Thursday, January 29, 2015

NTM Bible Pictures

Today is day 4 of my week long 'Blogathon' and I'm still on track - but only just!

Today I wanted to give an update on the set of 209 pictures that were completed a while ago for New Tribes Mission. All 209 pictures are available now to buy on DVD for $59.95 click here for more info. The pictures are being used in some of the remotest places on the planet by NTM missionaries.

Mike Henderson from New Tribes Mission has, very kindly, been keeping me up-to-date by sending me photos, (and the odd movie), of the pictures in use - they are wonderful and humbling to see. (Thanks Mike!) Also thanks to Robin and Rosemary Griffiths.

I thought it might be nice to share some of these pictures below. hope you like them. Click on the pictures for a better view!

lbaloi Church leaders see the pictures for the first time:
A display of the pictures in Santani town, Indonesia.:
Working with the Pwo Karen tribe, Thailand:
The Mwinika tribe hear the Gospel in Mozambique, PTL!:
Below are some screen shots from a short subtitled clip where four of the men, (Aziana tribe), who are helping with translation discuss the pictures from the Tower of Babel set. (Papua New Guinea).
Photos ©NTM 2015

3 comments:

Tim Shirey said...

Seeing the literature in action is always a big encouragement boost for the illustrator camped out in a studio half way around the world!
Your posting was perfectly timed. We will be purchasing several copies of this amazing resource for ourselves, church Sunday school teachers, etc..

A note to anyone thinking about purchasing this resource ... NTM bookstore website posted a note that prices go up on their materials starting Feb. 1, so order it today! :-)

I'll work on spreading the word to our CEF co-workers around the world.

Blessings,
Tim

Bible artist said...

Many thanks Tim, much appreciated. Good to hear from you!

Kirsty said...

"Black people - our ancestors were there too"
Very very important, when illustrating 'in the beginning', to remember they couldn't possibly have all been white. So often illustrators and publishers ignore this :-(