En ndaja language
Language name: En ndaja
ISO Language Name: Mazatec, San Jeronimo Tecoatl [maa]
Language State: Verified
GRN Language Number: 22444
IETF Language Tag: maa-x-HIS22444
ROD Dialect Code: 22444
Audio recordings available in En ndaja
These recordings are designed for evangelism and basic Bible teaching to bring the gospel message to people who are not literate or are from oral cultures, particularly unreached people groups.
Testimonio de Gustavo Guerrero [Redemption]
Testimonies of believers for evangelism of unbelievers and motivation for Christians.
Recordings in related languages
Mensaje sobre Juan 3:16-18 [Message on John 3:16-18] (in Mazatec, San Jeronimo Tecoatl)
Short audio Bible stories and evangelistic messages that explain salvation and give basic Christian teaching. Each program is a customised and culturally relevant selection of scripts, and may include songs and music.
Download all En ndaja
- MP3 Audio (12MB)
- Low-MP3 Audio (2.4MB)
- MPEG4 Slideshow (7.3MB)
- AVI for VCD Slideshow (4MB)
- 3GP Slideshow (1.6MB)
Audio/Video from other sources
Scripture resources - Mazatec, San Jerónimo - (Scripture Earth)
The New Testament - Mazateco, San Antonio - (Faith Comes By Hearing)
The New Testament - Mazatec San Jeronimo - (Faith Comes By Hearing)
Other names for En ndaja
Mazateco de Ocopetatillo
Mazateco: San Pedro Ocopetatillo
Mazatec, San Jerónimo Tecóatl: San Pedro Ocopetatillo
Mazatec: San Pedro Ocopetatillo
San Pedro Ocopetatillo Mazatec
Where En ndaja is spoken
Languages related to En ndaja
- Mazatec, San Jeronimo Tecoatl (ISO Language)
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