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Translating the Bible into Action

How the Bible can be Relevant in all Languages and Cultures
Margaret Hill, Harriet Hill (2022)
Second Edition (2022) When Jesus was born to Mary, God “translated” himself into our human world. This act of God’s translation continues today wherever the gospel is expressed, in each language and lived out in each culture that makes up…
Richard
June 18, 2022
DramaRadio

Scripture Relevance Dramas

EthnoDoxology Volume 4, No. 4 (2010): 22-31
Michelle Petersen (2010)
Scripture Relevance Drama is a tool for facilitating use of translated Scripture and developing minority languages. Indigenous authors and vocal actors dramatize local life situations as contexts for characters telling topical Bible stories. Other plays explore community development and health…
Richard
February 7, 2014
Drama

The Mark Drama

An innovative way of experiencing the Gospel of Mark and communicating it to others
"You can present every incident of Mark's Gospel vividly and powerfully to a group of invited guests, with a team of 15 actors from your church or Christian Union. It is an amazing experience for Christians, reminding them of the…
Richard
January 19, 2014
DramaMusic and WorshipVisual Arts

Creating Local Arts Together

A Manual to Help Communities Reach their Kingdom Goals
Brian Schrag (2013)
Brian Schrag’s Creating Local Arts Together manual has both a stirring and exhilarating effect as the reader envisions the possibility of a community’s arts used for the purposes of God’s kingdom and, at the same time, is thorough and informative…
Richard
February 25, 2013
AudioDrama

Advice for Scripture and Drama Recording

A guide for narrators and actors
Mark Datson (2005)
"Make a big effort to understand the full meaning of the text... Try to put yourself in the shoes of your character. Think of their character, their temperament, their behaviour. What do they like? What don’t they like?" This is…
Richard
December 7, 2009