Blog Posts - Contextualization



A new (to me) Christmas folk story from Germany and Ukraine. About spiders!

Out in a small town the other day, I stumbled upon a one-day Christmas market, and some hand-crafted glass jewelry caught my eye. Or, more specifically, beautiful hand-made spiders about 3 inches/8cms high, sitting over the other jewelry on display.
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Dec 17, 2014

Collaboration leverages effectiveness for gospel: video and free ebook

[Please Share] See what can happen when mission agencies collaborate AND use digital effectively, in this video by Create International, producers of films for the Majority World: listing. (Other related groups that may help you: Visual Story Network...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Apr 15, 2014

Sheridan Voysey: being heard in a secular world

[Please Share] Sheridan Voysey is an Australian writer, speaker and broadcaster currently living in Oxford UK. You may have see his recent new book Resurrection Year, which has helped many. Check his blog. Here he is speaking at the November 2013 Chr...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Mar 5, 2014

A new ‘wardrobe door’ into the life of C. S. Lewis

[Please Share] My mum and dad’s first date, as undergraduates in Oxford during the war, was to hear C. S. Lewis preach his sermon The Weight of Glory at the university church St Mary the Virgin. As a student at Lewis’s Magdalen College (p...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Nov 20, 2013

New contextualized evangelistic cartoon for India

[Please Share] Videos and animations are a key to sharing the good news in the Majority World. Yet the range of materials in other languages, and especially in a culturally-appropriate format, is shockingly limited. The YWAM School of Animation and C...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Oct 10, 2013

Conversation-starting video short from Igniter

[Please Share] Another conversation-starting thought-provoking video from Igniter: Not enough evangelism is ‘far enough back’, at the point where people actually are. Videos like this start questions, rather than serving out answers. You...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Jul 18, 2013

Damaris launches Film Clubs

[Please Share] Culturewatch team Damaris are launching an exciting new initiative. They say, The Damaris vision has always been to encourage people of all faiths and none to talk about the issues raised by contemporary popular culture, particularly f...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on May 22, 2013

The Contextualization of Project Management Practice and Best Practice

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by Best Project Management Books on May 21, 2013

Pop Goes the Church is still available

[Please Share] Pop Goes the Church: Should the Church Engage Pop Culture? Tim Stevens Power Publishing ISBN 0979017491 Tim Stevens makes an inspiring case for leveraging pop culture to reach out to people in the language of their lives, with compelli...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on May 13, 2013

Quartet movie: new free discussion downloads by Damaris

The latest Damaris movie resources are available from today – for the film Quartet. The Damaris team writes: A few months ago we were pleased to provide free official resources for the cinema release of the film Quartet – starring Maggie...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on May 6, 2013

Quartet movie: new community resources by Damaris

The latest Damaris movie resources are available from today – for the film Quartet. The Damaris team writes: A few months ago we were pleased to provide free official resources for the cinema release of the film Quartet – starring Maggie...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on May 6, 2013

If not now, when? If not you, who?

New initiatives don’t happen if we don’t start them. There are huge numbers of potential digital evangelism strategies no one is doing. Yet. Outsider-friendly stuff that is contextualized for demographics and interest groups with zero int...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Jan 15, 2013

Does the ‘person of peace’ concept work online?

[Please Share] The ‘man of peace’ concept from Luke 10 is something that many people use, consciously or unconsciously. That is, in an evangelistic situation, an individual who is open and welcoming may be a gateway to others in the commu...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Aug 1, 2012

Free resources for Red Tails movie

[Please click 'Share'] Hollywood blockbuster Red Tails is inspired by the true story of World War II’s first African American fighter squadron, the Tuskegee airmen. It’s is a thrilling, action-packed film with the most realistic dogfights...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on May 24, 2012

Engaging with your nation’s soul

Please click ‘Share’ When people are seeking spiritual answers, why would we not try to listen to them and start engaging in the terms and language they are using, rather than defaulting to some standardized gospel presentation? Listening...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on May 16, 2012

4 principles of 21st century evangelism including visual story

[Please Share] In 21st Century evangelism, there are four overarching principles that must inform what we do, worldwide: Think digital The vast majority of people are wired – to the web or mobile phones. It is part of their lives. Any form of e...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Apr 2, 2012

Smugglers, roses & Bible translation. With funniest pirate sketch ever!

[Please Share] In UK, we have a builders merchants called Travis Perkins. They are a great place to buy timber and other materials, and doubtless a business of the utmost probity, named after two companies that merged. But it is interesting to consid...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Mar 5, 2012

Smugglers, pirates, roses and Bible translation

Please Share’ link: In UK, we have a builders merchants called Travis Perkins. They are a great place to buy timber and other materials, and doubtless a business of the utmost probity, named after two companies that merged. But it is interestin...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Mar 5, 2012

Facepainting with a difference – try the test

Please share: Take your index finger, and draw an imaginary letter ‘E’ on your forehead. Or have fun with some friends and use washable finger paint or marker, to make the letter visible. Do it now, before you read any further. Recent res...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Feb 9, 2012

Win book ‘Evangelism in the Digital Age: Media Case Studies’

#winmsc Please share widely: Just published – a new book by mediastrategist Dan Henrich: Evangelism in the Digital Age: Media Case Studies (Volume 1). The book is a series of case study reports on various film, radio, web and mobile phone initi...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Jan 30, 2012


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