The stories are great to read, but since they are meant to be spoken rather than read, here are videos of several stories.

These stories can be used for multiple purposes:

  1. Listen to them for enjoyment or learning about the Bible
  2. As a model from which you can adapt to suit your context
  3. To pass on the link to someone that you only have a chance to tell one story to – that is, as a follow-up.

As time goes on we hope to add more videos.

Bible overview - English

Daniel - English

Training - English





This post is also available in (our template), (our template), French, Japanese and Spanish.

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8 Responses

  1. Annie Laurinkari says:

    hi Christine
    I was trying to watch the videos of stories in Mandarin but don’t know the password.
    Could you send me the passwords?

    • Kath says:

      Hi Annie

      Thanks for your email. The password for the stories in Mandarin is ‘rescue’. It is the same for each video in the set, so ‘rescue’ should work for them all. Let me know if you have any problems, but hopefully you’ll be able to watch all the videos now.

    • Chris says:

      No longer any passwords

  2. Paul says:

    Good storying.

  3. Prayman Chuang says:

    Sorry,I need to correct my first comment:
    Thank God for this website, may it edifies more people. I found in Salvation Story 13 you made a little mistake: It should be: Before the rooster crow, you will deny me three times. Not: Before the rooster crow three times, you will deny me. May God greatly bless your work, and I’ll pray for it.

    • Chris says:

      Great you caught that!
      As you can see – people are very human and when you video all those stories in one day, your tongue will slip more than once. I actually prefer to leave small imperfections in the videos to demonstrate that you don’t have to be perfect before you can start telling stories. This is not so say that accuracy isn’t important (it is very important as we want to tell the truth) but at the same time don’t let a fear of being less than perfect prevent you from starting to tell stories. You should improve each time.

  4. Prayman Chuang says:

    Well said, we are human,we all make mistakes. As we face mistakes, only correct them and improve the work.May God be with you always, and strengthen you in every way.

  5. Rita says:

    Hi there,
    Can you please make available just an audio version of the stories so that we can download it onto our phone and listen to them and practice them whilst driving? Thanks for the great wealth of resources!

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