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  • 1. Dog Eating Chicken:Translating Faith
  • 2. WHAT’S THAT YOU SAY?What does this mean?• Joint• Fun• Eating in the cafeteria stinks.
  • 3. WHY ISN’T IT CLEAR?• Punctuation• Changes over time• Social/Life Experiences• Physical components ofcommunication
  • 4. CHALLENGES IN COMMUNICATING THE WORD• Old languages• Written verses oral tradition• Human error• Different audiences and goals• Different word meanings• Context
  • 5. SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION• What are some of the key things you’veheard so far?• What is the most challenging thing aboutcommunication for you?• How can language be a barrier to sharing thegospel?• How is language an opportunity to share thegospel?
  • 6. COMMUNICATING THE GOSPEL“…in our various settings for youthministry, as Godbearers we willhave some understanding andvocabulary to speak consistentlyand compellingly about God.”–Kenda Creasy Dean and RonFoster, The Godbearing Life
  • 7. COMMUNICATING THE GOSPEL“…the skillful communicatorwill make connections, buildbridges and do doubleexegesis.”(The Godbearing Life, p. 178)
  • 8. COMMUNICATING THE GOSPELGood translation is not onlyspeaking the words, butconveying the meaning.
  • 9. COMMUNICATING THE GOSPELTranslationvs.Transmission
  • 10. COMMUNICATING THE GOSPELTranslation facilitates aconversation.
  • 11. COMMUNICATING THE GOSPEL• Know the audience• Learn the language• Preserve the message, not themethod• Know what you really want youngpeople to take away
  • 12. COMMUNICATING THE GOSPELPractice!