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Mobile phones and Christian ministry in Africa
Mobiles have become transformative across Africa. It is an amazing story. Any plan for evangelism or discipleship in Africa, which does not integrate mobile phones at some level, is severely handicapped.
Mobile Ministry Introduction: 5-min video on mobile phone opportunities in Majority World
We are honored to release the 2012 version by Mobile Advance of their 5-minute video explaining the opportunities for mobile ministry in the Majority World.
Convert simple phones to smartphones: free ebooks for simple mobile in Africa
Smartphone use is increasing dramatically in the Majority World. But for many poorer people who own mobiles or aspire to them, a simple phone is all they may afford for some years ahead. So the new Worldreader system which turns these phones into smartphones of a sort, with cloud storage of ebooks, all accessed via the phone signal, is quite remarkable. Free ebooks can be placed in the hands of African school students, for instance.
Someone to Meet You - #6386
Would you bring Jesus the little love you have, but would you bring Him all you have? You can begin again. You don't have to get all the way there, because Jesus...He's the Savior who will meet you where you are.
Discovering Livingstone | Christian History Institute
Excerpt from Christian History magazine.
Exporting the Prosperity Gospel - The Gospel.com Blog
A few days ago, Out of Ur pointed to this video on the prosperity Gospel produced by The Global Conversation, which is a partnership between Christianity Today and the Lausanne Movement. The Global Conversation is a year-long project exploring global Christianity through videos and essays.
Africa is a continent of amazing opportunities. Christianity is growing rapidly, especially in sub-Saharan Africa. But Africa also faces daunting challenges. HIV/AIDS is decimating an entire generation in some countries, leaving countless children orphaned. Biblica Africa is helping.
Lausanne Regional Gathering in Abuja, Nigeria: The African Church Prepares for 2010
African church leaders identify the most critical issues facing the African Church over the next five years and explore ways of making Cape Town 2010: The Third Lausanne Congress as effective as possible
LWP- MANI Southern Africa 2008 Consultation: "Working Together to Finish the Task"
Three hundred African leaders of national, regional, and global influence gathered to discuss the next steps involved in completing the Great Commission.
LWP - African-led Christianity in Europe: Migration and Diaspora Evangelism
In African hands, mission and evangelization have truly gone international, and African diaspora Christianity is at the forefront of the new initiatives.