An Evangelism Video Tool for the Buddhist World

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A team of believers in Thailand would like an animated series of Bible stories they can use to engage people with gospel truth. The team will initially use the series online with the goal of moving to in-person discipleship. They have invited TWR MOTION to create the series. It will be similar to our existing series, Share the Story. And we plan to adapt it into at least five languages.

Animating Bible Stories for Buddhists

Share the Story evangelism series and said they need something like that for their Buddhist context.

In areas like Thailand, where more than 50 million people are on Facebook, only 1% of them believe in Jesus. They are online watching videos, and we want to meet them there with the good news of Jesus.

"The Thais are [spiritually] hungry," said Josh, the church planter in Thailand who reached out to us. "There's just no food for them."Josh and his team have been developing tools for sharing the gospel and discipling believers, but they'd love to make those digital to scale the message to a broader audience."

The soil in Thailand is ready for planting, but we need partners to help develop the tools to make it possible," Josh said.

That's why he approached us! He wants to create a video series of Bible stories that will serve as an evangelism and digital discipleship tool.

“In Thailand, the gospel is advancing everywhere it is being proclaimed, but there is no church presence in about 82% to 88% of Thai districts," Josh said. "Therefore, many Thais die without ever being able to hear about the hope and power of Jesus."

Animating Bible Stories for Buddhists

Share the Story evangelism series and said they need something like that for their Buddhist context.

In areas like Thailand, where more than 50 million people are on Facebook, only 1% of them believe in Jesus. They are online watching videos, and we want to meet them there with the good news of Jesus.

"The Thais are [spiritually] hungry," said Josh, the church planter in Thailand who reached out to us. "There's just no food for them."Josh and his team have been developing tools for sharing the gospel and discipling believers, but they'd love to make those digital to scale the message to a broader audience."

The soil in Thailand is ready for planting, but we need partners to help develop the tools to make it possible," Josh said.

That's why he approached us! He wants to create a video series of Bible stories that will serve as an evangelism and digital discipleship tool.

“In Thailand, the gospel is advancing everywhere it is being proclaimed, but there is no church presence in about 82% to 88% of Thai districts," Josh said. "Therefore, many Thais die without ever being able to hear about the hope and power of Jesus."

Animating Bible Stories for Buddhists

Share the Story evangelism series and said they need something like that for their Buddhist context.

In areas like Thailand, where more than 50 million people are on Facebook, only 1% of them believe in Jesus. They are online watching videos, and we want to meet them there with the good news of Jesus.

"The Thais are [spiritually] hungry," said Josh, the church planter in Thailand who reached out to us. "There's just no food for them."Josh and his team have been developing tools for sharing the gospel and discipling believers, but they'd love to make those digital to scale the message to a broader audience."

The soil in Thailand is ready for planting, but we need partners to help develop the tools to make it possible," Josh said.

That's why he approached us! He wants to create a video series of Bible stories that will serve as an evangelism and digital discipleship tool.

“In Thailand, the gospel is advancing everywhere it is being proclaimed, but there is no church presence in about 82% to 88% of Thai districts," Josh said. "Therefore, many Thais die without ever being able to hear about the hope and power of Jesus."

Animating Bible Stories for Buddhists

Share the Story evangelism series and said they need something like that for their Buddhist context.

In areas like Thailand, where more than 50 million people are on Facebook, only 1% of them believe in Jesus. They are online watching videos, and we want to meet them there with the good news of Jesus.

"The Thais are [spiritually] hungry," said Josh, the church planter in Thailand who reached out to us. "There's just no food for them."Josh and his team have been developing tools for sharing the gospel and discipling believers, but they'd love to make those digital to scale the message to a broader audience."

The soil in Thailand is ready for planting, but we need partners to help develop the tools to make it possible," Josh said.

That's why he approached us! He wants to create a video series of Bible stories that will serve as an evangelism and digital discipleship tool.

“In Thailand, the gospel is advancing everywhere it is being proclaimed, but there is no church presence in about 82% to 88% of Thai districts," Josh said. "Therefore, many Thais die without ever being able to hear about the hope and power of Jesus."

Want to join us in making the series?

You can join us through giving toward the series and praying with us as we develop it over the next couple years. Let's connect people in Thailand and across the Buddhist world with Jesus!

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