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Web Ministry

Discussion in 'Pastoral Ministries' started by nhgideon, Dec 4, 2003.

  1. nhgideon

    nhgideon New Member

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    Does anybody have any input or know of any resources on the topic of web ministry vs. merely a web site. We are looking to expand our website and make it more interactive. Any suggestions?
     
  2. IanM

    IanM New Member

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    Web ministry is a new area but I believe it will become a very valuable evangelistic tool. I completed an online course on internet evangelism and hound it to be very enlightening. It was completed through the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College. God Bless you and good luck [​IMG]
     
  3. Pastork

    Pastork New Member

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    I have been interested in the same thing, so i have added a downloads page to which I want to add some evangelistic materials, as well as a forum...using phpbb. It is still just getting started, but I hope to see some good idea here as well.

    Pastork

    http://www.immanuelhomepage.org/

    http://immanuelforum.org/phpbb/
     
  4. Bob Farnaby

    Bob Farnaby New Member

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    One internet ministry running in Australia is "John Mark Ministries"
    http://www.pastornet.net.au/jmm/index.htm

    It's run by a guy called Rowland Croucher, who for many years was senior pastor of one of Victoria's largest baptist churches. Was established firstly as a ministry to pastors, particularly ex-pastors who for various reasons had left the minisry disillusioned. Probably don't dot every 'i' or cross every 't' but a lot of good stuff there.

    Regards
    Bob
     
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