Missionary Talks

The podcast where missionaries share their lives and work.

New: People Groups and Missionary Stories

Filed under: Information — david at 7:21 am on Saturday, May 19, 2007

In the sidebar I have integrated an information box from Joshua Project. It gives you a people group to pray for each day and a little bit of information about the group. You can check back here daily to read about another group of people who need to hear the Gospel. Click on the picture to get detailed information about how to pray.

I am very excited about the next program that I have coming out. I am in the final editing process now and hopefully will have it available early next week. I am doing a 2 part story of the life of David Livingstone. These will obviously be different types of episodes in that I will not be interviewing him (he died in 1873). I will post the text to these episodes along with the audio.

I know it has been a couple of weeks since the last episode came out, but I think it will be worth the wait. I also have some interviews planned, we are just trying to work out schedules to be able to record. There is a possibility that I will be taking a trip in a few weeks that will give me a chance to meet with a small number of missionaries that I may be able to get interviews from. Of course, this will all be happening at the same time I will be busy with camps and other obligations. If you will stay subscribed and be patient, I plan to get back to a regular release schedule.

Please let me know what you think about the David Livingstone episodes as they come out. I would like to occasionally do others in that same format if you would like to hear them. I think there are many people who have heard the stories of Carey, Moffat and Borden, but it is also possible that many of the Missionary Talks listeners may have never heard of these great missionaries of the past.

2 Comments »

Comment by Erna Buber-deVilliers

July 12, 2011 @ 11:10 am

Perhaps you’d be interested in reading how the Batloung in South Africa came to know Christ. The book I’d like you to see was originally published in 1960, and tells the story of the Batloung tribe to whom my grandfather was a missionary for 50 years. I translated it from German into English, and have published it as an e-book at http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/62639

Comment by German TV

July 29, 2014 @ 7:56 am

Hello from Germany

I am a documentary filmmaker from Germany and we are planning a documentary series and theatrical documentary about “Indigenous people and their animal tales”. In the documentaries we do not only want to tell the tradional animal tales and legends of the people but also show their relation to wild animals (like hunting, shamanism, animal transformation etc) One part of thie series is planned to cover an African tribe with a special relation to an animal. I read a book about the Batloung as the Elephant singers having the elephant as a totem.

We are searching for an ethnologist, anthropologist or anybody else who can might make a contact with the people…

I would be happy to hear from you! All the best, Angela Graas

ARD German Public Television
Wildlife Unit
Angela Graas
Floriansmühlstr. 60
80939 München
Germany
cell: +49-172-8631859
office: +49-8152-372729
mail: a_graas@t-online.de

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