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May 13, 2008

Today's show:

We conclude our series on Orality with questions and answers. Grant Lovejoy takes questions at the end of his seminar. He discusses everything from orality in medieval church construction, to modern day storying in churches and even discusses the old game of Chinese Whispers, or Telephone, in relation to accuracy and faithfulness in the passing on of Scripture.

Grant Lovejoy has taught on storying in more than twenty countries and has been a keynote speaker at international conferences on orality. A storying-based leadership training process that he helped develop is in use in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America. He has also taught preaching and Chronological Bible Storying at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas.


International Orality Network.

Do you live or work in East Africa? Bramuel Musya, East Africa Director for The God's Story Project has issued an announcement about the upcoming Eastern Africa Orality Conference in Nairobi (Kenya) between 17th and 19th June 2008. Check out our calendar and click on the event there for further details.

You many now register for the upcoming International Orality Network annual conference in Dallas, Texas taking place between 15th and 18th September 2008. For further details see our calendar or go here.

There is no Pick of the Week during this series to allow maximum time for Grant to speak on the show! We'll be back soon with our weekly picks!

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We hope you enjoy the final show in this Intro to Orality series! Stay subscribed to hear (in coming weeks) testimonies, interviews and great resources for reaching non-readers!