After they danced and sang energetically...
Storying: "We had gathered again, on that day of Pentecost. Many people were in the city that day. Jesus Christ, our Savior, who had gone back to heaven 40 days ago told us to wait in Jerusalem. So we did. I don't know how to explain what happened while we were praying in that place...there was a wind...the promised Holy Spirit had come..." I began.
Drama: Zach and I did a skit on Scripture Engagement...the same skit we had done many times this summer in front of American audiences. What a different experience when one man came later and said, "I understood very well what was being said on the audio Scripture you played...you do you speak that Efik?"
Scripture Listening Groups: Zach shared with them a passage of Scripture in English and then asked questions to help them see how they can reach non-readers with the Gospel through oral Bible studies.
Ethno-arts: Then we shared a song I had written, with our colleague Peter playing the African drum beat for me, from that passage (2 Timothy 2:8-90 that declares, "But God's Word is not chained!"
The challenge to them was: Engage your communities with Scripture, allow God's unchained Word, Christ, to touch and change hearts!