Missions Misunderstood » Internet

Posted March 11th, 2009 by E. Goodman

Why do I need God’s word on my heart if I’ve got it on my iPhone?   I often hear pastors lament the fall in Biblical literacy among believers today. People just don’t know their Bibles anymore. Supposedly mature Christians don’t know who built the Ark or that the Children of Israel were not actually all […]

Tags: Bible, digital media

Filed under:Bible, Internet Posted January 5th, 2009 by E. Goodman

Dear Missionary (or “Believer Actively Working Toward Building the Kingdom,” for those of you who don’t like or use the word, “missionary”), Although I like to think that my entire blog is written with you as its intended audience, I realize that my thoughts here can sometimes come across as talking about you rather than […]

Tags: Communicating with supporters.

Filed under:Blogging, Communication, Internet, Uncategorized Posted March 6th, 2008 by E. Goodman

From the early days of television through the 1970′s, there were three television networks. They had no competition and total control over what Americans watched on TV. Then came cable. 24 hours a day of news. Sports. Movies. Weather. Home shopping. Music videos. They focused on smaller markets, but gave people what they wanted to […]

Filed under:Christianity, Internet, Trends Posted November 27th, 2007 by E. Goodman

How are you involved in international missions? In the past, mission agencies gave you three options: pray, give, or go. Hopefully, you’re doing at least one of these things. I’d like to invite you to a fourth way to participate in what God is doing around the world. You may not be aware of this, […]

Filed under:Internet, Ministry, Missions, Relationships Posted May 14th, 2007 by E. Goodman

Not so long ago, internet chat rooms were mostly populated by perverts and turbonerds. The current generation of young adults, however, has moved into the neighborhood and changed the rules. They’ve never known life without computers. For them, meeting people online is a normal part of life. They have real and meaningful relationships with people […]

Filed under:Internet, Planting