Millions are anxious about COVID-19. How do we fulfill God’s call with social distancing and self-isolation? The Church has an amazing opportunity to discover new ways to bring God’s hope to our world. Register for this free webinar to learn examples of how to engage digitally with impact. You’ll come away with engaging ideas for ministry in these challenging times. Continue reading Ministry from a Distance – Free Webinar This Week
We use digital tools to help KNOW and MOVE people closer to Jesus. Not only one-on-one but at great scale and scope. Our prayer is that God will use these digital tools for His glory to help mobilize millions of believers to touch 5 billion who don’t know Christ. Continue reading Every Story Matters to God by Ken Cochrum
So why are these busy mission executives willing to take time to meet twice a year? What makes this gathering a priority? I’ll let them tell you… Continue reading Mission Presidents: Student Ministries Working Together (Guest Post)
I know I speak for many in mourning the loss of our beloved Billy Graham today.
Since eQuipping for eMinistry encourages the use of technology for ministry, I thought I would honor Dr. Graham by recognizing what technologies he embraced to advance God’s kingdom. Continue reading Honoring Billy Graham… and His Use of Technology
For millenia, the Word of God has come to us from carefully copied manuscripts by Jewish scribes to the hand-delivered letters of Paul carried over Roman roads and launched across the Mediterranean. Throughout the centuries, Christians have embraced the latest tools to deliver the news of God’s Kingdom to their known world. As you travel with me through the centuries, look for the parallels to today’s blogs and social media as we go to the ends of the earth for Christ. Continue reading A Journey beyond the Printed Page
I’m hoping these thoughts are encouraging to believers in Christ who find that they’re not sharing their faith with the people they meet from day-to-day. Continue reading Share Your Faith: for Busy Believers