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Mobile phones: sharing Christian video clips on an Indian street: true story
Mobile phones offer many opportunities. Moses, in AP State, India, has made a photo diary (maybe partly posed) of a chance encounter he was able to use by sharing video clips by Bluetooth with a taxi driver.
Amazing self-learning computer experiment with Indian children
Professor Sugata Mitra is the Indian academic who allowed poor Indian children to work out computers for themselves. But here's the challenge. For those kids who will have a web connection through these cheap tablets (or any other route), where will they find evangelistic material that is contextualized for their own culture, language and religion, and assumes they have zero Christian knowledge?
Video short explains worldwide advance of Great Commission
The acceleration of worldwide church growth and the Great Commission among increasing numbers of unreached people groups has been remarkable, especially in the last century.
Smartphones get everywhere. And do everything. Almost!
Smartphones are proliferating fast, as prices come down. Why bother to buy one? And how are people using them? Tatango have compiled data from Pew Internet research studies to produce this infographic...
The Rich Young Ruler Who Said Yes | Christian History Institute
How the obedience of Nicholas von Zinzendorf led to the rise of the Moravians and Protestant missions. From Christian History magazine.
The Man Who Wouldn’t Give Up | Christian History Institute
No matter how great the obstacles, William Carey expected great things and attempted great things. From Christian History magazine.
Boundary Breaker | Christian History Institute
Paul of Tarsus crossed all types of barriers to gain followers for Jesus of Nazareth. From Christian History magazine.
Pushing Inward | Christian History Institute
Whether he was battling despair or floating on euphoric faith, Hudson Taylor drove himself—and the gospel—ever deeper into China. From Christian History magazine.
Patrick the Saint | Christian History Institute
Behind the fanciful legends of the fifth-century British missionary stands Patrick, a man worthy of embellishment.
Denmark: Planting the Seed | Christian History Institute
How missionaries’ modest beginnings eventually bore fruit in Denmark. From Christian History magazine.