Internet evangelism

7) Internet Evangelism Day set for 21 April 2013

Internet Evangelism Day is an annual focus day and a year-round resource guide on all aspects of digital evangelism. They encourage churches, mission agencies and other groups to use the opportunity to focus on the growing range of opportunities to integrate digital into their ministries. A twice-monthly email newsletter and blog offer more resources and news. They can also offer personal consultation, conference speakers, or network you with others who can help you. Learn more at…

http://www.internetevangelismday.com

8) Learn to Share Jesus Online

Check out…

http://www.yesHeis.com

The purpose of yesHEis.com is to help you share Jesus online. By gathering the Internet’s best Christian evangelistic media, they are building a resource base to help you share Jesus to almost any type of person, in any situation. They do this by connecting you with a growing community of believers who are confident that the Internet can be a tool for sharing the gospel with more people than some believe were ever previously possible. Check out relevant topics that might help you share your faith, or just see what’s trending this week and you’ll quickly find something that will speak to your family or friends who don’t know Jesus.

2) New book: Evangelism in the Digital Age: Media Case Studies –

Here’s a new missions book by mediastrategist Dan Henrich: Evangelism in the Digital Age: Media Case Studies (Volume 1). It gives a series of case study reports on various film, radio, web and mobile phone initiatives in Africa, S America and Asia in the last few years. A sample chapter is online in PDF format. You can win a copy during February. Read more at…

 

http://www.ieday.net/blog/archives/6822

2) Organizers of Internet Evangelism Day (29 April) Seek Input –

The organizers of Internet Evanglism Day are seeking your input. In your opinion, what would most help individual Christians or churches to investigate or use the growing opportunities for online evangelism? What do you think holds people back from considering these options? And do you have stories of digital evangelism that might inspire and encourage others? If so, please share your feedback at…

 

www.ieday.net/feedback.php?id=sharingideas

7) May Designated as Digital Outreach Month –

The folks at Internet Evangelism Day are now encouraging us to investigate digital evangelism during the entire month of May, as well as Internet Evangelism Day itself on 15 May. They also announce several initiatives by different teams, including the availability of The Mentor Center for online ministries to use, and a remarkably new system for sharing evangelistic video clips on Facebook and other social networking options. You can also request a speaker on digital evangelism for mission conferences or consultations.

 

http://www.internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/4009

 

(Thanks for sharing this item, Tony!)

3) Netcasters Book Launch –

Maybe you’ve heard about the book, “NetCasters: Using the Internet to Make Fishers of Men” by Craig von Buseck. Launched in June, Craig von Buseck’s landmark book draws on research for his recent doctoral dissertation as well as bible college lectures he has given on the topic. He presents a unique overview into the vast and growing potential of the digital media to share the good news of Jesus. Learn more at…

http://www.internetevangelismday.com/netcasters

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