Thailand is a country of mainly preferred oral learners. Dr. Larry Dinkins shares in an informative post the way Easter is celebrated at his church in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Follow this link and learn more …
The date April 1st has a much different meaning for the people in Thailand as compared with the way ‘April Fools Day’ is celebrated in the United States. In his latest OMF blog, Dr. Larry Dinkins shares what April 1st is remembered for in Thailand. Follow this link to learn more …
Dr. Larry Dinkins shares in his latest OMF blog post a call to prayer titled “Fanning the Flame”. The post talks about missionaries in Asia who are currently facing strong governmental pressure and gives some historical background about what happened in the past under similar circumstances. Follow this link to read the entire blog post and pray.
กิจการของพระวิญญาณบริสุทธิ์ โดยใช้วิธีเดินผ่านพระคัมภีร์ ดร แลรี่ ดินกินส์ – Here is a link to a 1 hour YouTube lecture in Thai by Dr. Larry Dinkins titled “Summary of the Acts of the Holy Spirit by the Walk Thru the Bible Method” .
Here is a link to a 40 minute YouTube video of Dr. Larry Dinkins teaching in Thai on Ruth chapter 1.
Dr. Larry Dinkins has posted on the OMF Thailand website a new blog entry with the title “Preach, Pray or Die”. In this blog post Larry relates several occasions he has had recently to share God’s Word with Thai people using Bible stories. Larry’s blog post starts off : ““You need to be able to preach, pray or die at a moments notice,” was a phrase I heard while training in seminary and has become especially poignant in Thailand where I am sometimes called upon […]” Follow this link read the rest of the story and be inspired.
In this OMF blog post titled “Adventures in teaching“, Dr. Larry Dinkins shares why teaching the book of Psalms is his favorite course to teach his Thai students. Larry reports “After teaching this course numerous times you begin to see just how impactive this section of scripture is for the Thai.” Follow this link to learn the details …
It seems as if the whole world was transfixed earlier this year by the plight of 12 youth members of the Wild Boars soccer team who, along with their coach, were trapped for more than 2 weeks in series of flooded caves in northeastern Thailand. In his latest blog post, Dr. Larry Dinkins tells us about one of the youths, Adun Samon, who is a Christian. The blog post starts off, ‘One aspect of the miraculous cave rescue in Thailand that the press failed to emphasize sufficiently was when the British diver popped up and asked how many were on that ledge. This was the first time we heard from a resilient 14 year old that knew enough English to say, “Thirteen”.’ Follow this link to read the whole story.
Hand signs are a way to visually capture the meaning of the spoken word. Dr. Larry Dinkins has made a small collection of short YouTube videos in both English and Thai to illustrate facts about the Bible, sing Bible songs and tell stories told in the Bible. Here are links to those videos for your enjoyment and edification.
OTLive and NTLive : list of 40 key words giving a one minute synopsis of the Old Testament and the New Testament.
OTLive 40 Hand Signs : English – Thai
NTLive 40 Hand Signs : English – Thai
One Book Two Parts : English – Thai
Object Lesson : Paralytic in Mark 2:1-12 English – Thai
Song : Amazing Grace : Thai
Story : Jesus Calms Storm : Mark 4:35-41 : Thai
Bible stories can be shared in many different contexts. In this blog post titled Building Bridges Through Bible Narratives, Dr. Larry Dinkins gives an example about how he was able to share a Bible story with someone he met at a local swimming pool. Follow the link above and be encouraged.