My applied research will be in developing an effective curriculum to teach the metanarrative of Scripture through the art of biblical storytelling to increase a person’s understanding of God’s redemptive story, how they personally fit into His grand story, and how to apply biblical truth to life situations to nurture life transformation. The curriculum will be designed to help Pastors, church leaders, and church planters teach the Gospel of Jesus Christ in primary and secondary oral communities or in communities without a translation of the Bible in their native language. I will be evaluating the metanarrative curriculum with pastoral students attending the DE&A Bible College in South Asia. According to the Joshua Project there is a 71% literacy rate in this section of South Asia. However, many Pastors, church leaders, and church planters that attend the Bible College minister in areas with people whose literacy rate ranges 25-30% or do not have a Bible translated in their native language. There are 575 primary languages and 1000 dialects in this region. The lack of access to the Scripture poses problems with the people, even believers, in their ability to understand that the Bible is God’s redemptive story and His story impacts their lives, which as believers, leads them through a transformational process with an ever-growing maturity in a biblical worldview. Therefore, the necessity and the focus of my work will be to teach an overview metanarrative which will include key stories from the Bible that will show God’s covenantal love, His faithful commitment to the redemption of His people, His longing for an authentic personal relationship with each one of us, and the development of a biblical worldview. This study seeks to evaluate the effectiveness of Stories of Glory: An Orality Journey Through the Bible Program, which is designed to teach the metanarrative of God’s redemptive story through the art of biblical storytelling and expository teaching. Quantitative and qualitative research will be done to evaluate if there is an increase in biblical knowledge, life transformation, and spiritual growth in the aspect of understanding one’s significance in the body of Christ after the course has been administered. The curriculum will be evaluated with pastoral students attending the DE&A Bible College in South Asia. This course is, however, designed in a way that will be easily adaptable to cultures all over the world.