Thai Bible student practices telling a Bible storyAfrican leader trains pastors in village settingMissionary demonstrates solar powered audio player to Lisu woman in ThailandAfrican woman speaks to group under a tree with airplane in backgroundMan works with camera and computersBible lays atop notebook computer at recent LT meetingCliff-side road carried away by landslideSolar panel in front of African thatched roof homeMan works at computer with two displaysIndian women learn Bible story tellingUSB drive in front of 40 pound stack of booksMan speaks on cell phone next to bamboo walled jungle home in Costa RicaThatched roof home, church and school in Mae La Oon, ThailandPastor preaches in corrigated and canvas Sierra Leon churchSmoke filters through roof of Amazon jungle thatched roof homHand holds cell phone next to DVD player in bamboo walled houseAfrican pastor creates course on solar powered laptopOral Strategies workshop outside in Mae La Oon, ThailandCongregation sitting on floor of small Indian churchEstante logo and tablet displayAfrican man reads small BibleMAF-LT Nampa Headquarters BuildingTwo women practice Bible story telling with small groupYoung Indian pastor practicing
An aspiring church leader in Mae La Oon, Thailand practices ministering with an oral Bible study.
Trained Church leaders disciple new leaders even in Earth's forgotten corners.
This Lisu oral learner now has the entire Bible available to her on this solar-powered audio player.
Trained leaders - even in the African bush - can minister effectively where 2 or 3 gather in Christ's name.
God calls geeks like Brendan to minister with their tech skills.
Professors and geeks united in Christ minister on the same team.
Sometimes our best efforts can't prevent isolation. But the isolated church thrives with trained leaders.
Even 200 miles in the bush, technology helps spread the Gospel. This solar panel can power a laptop.
App developers and software engineers find fruitful fields of service with Learning Technologies.
These Indian women north of Mumbai learn to look for treasure in God's Word.
Phil compiled 40 pounds of Bibles and reference material onto one USB drive for a remote Bible school.
This Ngobe pastor in the southern Costa Rica jungle uses a cell phone to keep in touch with his people.
Pastor's home, school, and church in Thailand's jungle mountains - to God, just like a cathedral.
Pastor Bambay teaches his flock on a Sunday morning near Freetown, Sierra Leone.
God's people work where ever He plants them. Good training helps them minister effectively.
90% of the world's population has access to cellular signal - even in Central American Jungles.
Isolated pastors create training material for their flock using tools MAF-Learning Technologies developed.
Bible school students in Mae La Oon, Thailand learn to share the Word through Bible Storytelling.
This remote church in southern India sends out missionaries to surrounding areas. We help train them.
Church leaders anywhere can create and share resources on mobile AndroidTM devices with Estante.
In Africa many leaders might share one Bible, but everyone has a cell phone - now Scripture goes digital.
From our headquarters in Nampa, Idaho, our teams support isolated leaders around the world.
Laura and Susan practice Bible Storytelling before heading to minister overseas.
Enthusiastic church leaders need training and resources to lead their congregations.

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