The Next Language 14 — Finishing the Task

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THE NEXT LANGUAGE ongoing posts will be where we develop our strategy and unfold the story of the recording of the last three thousand languages so that those who have never heard the story of Jesus will have access to hearing it.

Our Passion: To Record Every Language

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Listen to Deb Marcusse tell what it was like for her and teammate, Jan, to be a recording team in Papau New Guinea. “We simply answered the call of the Lord to serve millions of people who still live and die without ever hearing the name of Jesus,” says Deb.

A Multipurpose Tool for Mission

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A multipurpose tool combines screwdriver, blade, and pliers to do many things well. Gospel recordings are also multipurpose tools which effectively makes disciples and expand God’s kingdom in various ways. Recordings use people’s heart language . . .

It Takes a Team to Make Recordings

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Recordists are the heart of making gospel recordings. Some are a “jack of all trades” who handle everything from scripts to digital recorders to partnering with local Christians. Others . . .

A Recordist in Training

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Take a glimpse at what a week of training might look like for someone learning how to tell the story of Jesus through becoming a recordist with Global Recordings Network.

Deb’s Story

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Listen to Deb Marcusse tell what it was like for her and teammate, Jan, to be a recording team in Papau New Guinea. “We simply answered the call of the Lord to serve millions of people who still live and die without ever hearing the name of Jesus,” says Deb.

Recording in East Africa

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Joel Juedes never saw himself going to Africa to record the story of Jesus, but God had other plans. “Reading takes skill,” Joel says, “but a recording comes alive right away. Jesus told stories to people, he didn’t hand them books.”

The Next Language 13, “Inside the Digital Track”

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THE NEXT LANGUAGE ongoing posts will be where we develop our strategy and unfold the story of the recording of the last three thousand languages so that those who have never heard the story of Jesus will have access to hearing it.