Saturday, January 10, 2009

Web Evangelist update - New Internet Ministry opportunities for missions

The Internet is fast becoming more accessible to the world's poorest 3 billion.

This presents many obvious opportunities for missions.

Also, many people wish they could go back in time to develop key social networking, local activities and informational websites. Being first to set something in place gives you a key advantage. Christians now have a wonderful opportunity to develop key bridgesites (see bridgesites.org) in the emerging markets of Africa, Asia, and South America. Visit http://christianinternetministry.com/ to donate, collaborate, or to get ideas for Web Evangelism and Internet Ministry.

Please view CNN's video report on the O3B Initiative:



Contact Web Evangelist and Internet Minister Scott Reese at WebEvangelist@gmail.com

Another helpful Christian website with information on a soon to be developed Christian Social Network and along with a witnessing bridgesite social networking site can be found: HERE

2 comments:

  1. I'm glad you're back blogging keep it up.
    With Second Life increasing in popularity and sites like MySpace & FaceBook gaining users in all age groups internet evangelism is the not so new frontier.
    Since I last talked to you I've even attended a virtual church!

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  2. I revamped the non profit and shortened its name to "Christ Cares".
    SEE CHRISTCARES.ORG

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