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AIDS: More To Do

In a world full of huge challenges, we all want to declare “Mission Accomplished,” check things off our list and move on. Many have done just that with AIDS. But should that be our response? We have made so much progress, but there is sti...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Dec 8, 2015

Reaching hurting people with a Facebook community group

Guest blog post by the TruthMedia.com team One of our ministry goals is to make sure that we create relevant and responsive content. This includes creating articles, videos – even something as seemingly simple as social media posts – that...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Nov 25, 2014

Using a custom Facebook community group to connect with life issues

Guest blog post by the TruthMedia.com team One of our ministry goals is to make sure that we create relevant and responsive content. This includes creating articles, videos – even something as seemingly simple as social media posts – that...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Nov 25, 2014

Saving lives online – Kate turns away from suicide

Everyone is searching for answers. Sometimes the questions are about what to buy or how to fix something. But then at times, they are about serious life issues and even life and death! On March 12th, a young woman Kate*, was going to end her life wen...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Jul 7, 2014

Relationships and listening: key to conversion

Please share widely: To paraphrase the 1990′s election slogan (in response to the unspoken question “What’s the priority?”), we might respond to “What’s the key to effective evangelism?” with the answer: R...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Jan 6, 2012

YouTube turns six – with mind-blowing reach

“YouTube is celebrating its sixth birthday this month, and the Google subsidiary is doing it partly by sharing some big numbers that underscore its overwhelming dominance in the online video streaming space,” says TechCrunch blog. YouTube...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on May 27, 2011

Book review: God Space by Doug Pollock

God Space Where spiritual conversations happen naturally Doug Pollock ISBN 978-0-7644-3871-4 Group Publishers Most of us struggle to connect with outsiders and have meaningful conversations about faith. We may have been taught to use formulaic method...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Apr 8, 2011

Incredible new video-clip sharing outreach tool

Christian media producer CVC is exploiting the exponential growth of social media and online video. Their new YesHEIs.com website offers Christians a categorised range of third-party evangelistic video clips. Here at last is a one-stop source of appr...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Mar 23, 2011

Book review: @stickyJesus – how to live out your faith online

Just published – @stickyJesus is a dynamic new book about sharing faith online through social networking. Tami Heim and Toni Birdsong are gifted writers and communicators. Their blog tag-line ‘keeping it real & living sticky online 4...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Mar 16, 2011

Arcade Fire video addresses pain, hope and healing

Remarkable video from Chris Milk (who has previously worked on the Johnny Cash Project) and friends at Google who have produced an experimental HTML5 multi-screen video called The Wilderness Downtown, based on Arcade Fire’s new song We Used To...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Sep 1, 2010

Open Letter to Mission Agencies: amazing opportunities for digital good news

There are growing opportunities for mission agencies to integrate many different digital evangelism approaches into their existing ministry. Our new Open Letter for mission staff highlights the needs and opportunities. Please pass this on to anyone w...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Aug 13, 2010

Imposter Syndrome – did the Russian spies feel this?

Do you suffer from Imposter Syndrome? What’s that? It’s the feeling that one day you are going to be ‘found out’. For example, you may plan to lead a meeting, seminar, or preach, and you have this awful feeling that they will...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Jul 20, 2010

Free e-book on social networking

There are probably two errors we can fall into – believing that there is 100% commonality between secular marketing strategies and sharing the good news, and assuming that there is nothing we can learn or adapt from secular wisdom. Of course, e...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on May 18, 2010

Latest digital outreach news

Latest Web Evangelism Bulletin is now online. Among the topics covered are: God: New Evidence – acclaimed apologetics resources with video and web-based material using Facebook for evangelism mobile phone opportunities advance notice of n...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Apr 28, 2010

Being what they search for

I reported in our latest Web Evangelism Bulletin how Google can predict a flu outbreak in a particular town or area long before the medical authorities, based an upsurge in geographical searches about flu. Google has a unique*, mind-blowing direct li...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Feb 20, 2010

Twitter as an outreach opportunity

Twitter has taken personal sharing to a whole new level. It is the intimate aspect that people find so compelling. By contrast, businesses who have started Twitter streams about their products get minimal interest. But well-known people who Twitter c...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Dec 16, 2009

Why do people go online?

Public relations and communiciations consultancy group Ruder Finn offers some revealing and valuable figures under the heading Intent is the New Demographic. This is displayed using an interactive pie-chart. By default, this opens as a simplified su...
by Digital Evangelism Issues on Dec 1, 2009


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