Workshop Sessions

Posted by: | Posted on: November 8, 2016

The conferene is loaded with skills acquisition and empowerment on the following area: the art of podcasting, tweetcasting, web design & hosting, social media and mobile ministry, installation and management of online radio station, online payment systems, cybercrimes and personal online security, multimedia management and business blogging. Our resource persons have requisite set of practical skills in computing. Participants must come with with their laptops, internet enabled tablets or iPads and N500.00 registration fee (per person); workshop fee is FREE! It is 100% practical workshop.

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Conference 2016 – Digital Connect

Posted by: | Posted on: November 8, 2016

The Internet Missions Conference has been an annual event of the Web Missions Africa since 2012 bringing together christian information technology practitioners to discuss ways in which digital tools can benefit the church and ministry. This year’s conference has been structured to basically feature practical workshop/training for church media team and all participants. img-20161106-wa0001

Date: Thursday 10 November 2016
Time: 3pm prompt
Venue: Destinyway Christian Centre, Lokongoma, Lokoja

We have structured four (4) areas to be covered within the workshop session by very competent and well qualified trainers. The workshop was expecting about 50 participants but more than 60 has been registered. You can register by clicking here 

Yours in building the digital church,

Evang Emeka Ogbuju (Director, Web Missions Africa, Host, Internet Missions Conference)

Internet Missions Conference 2016

Posted by: | Posted on: October 31, 2016

Special Invitation to Internet Missions Conference 2016

To: General Overseers

Dear Sir,

This is to inform you that Internet Missions Conference 2016 will hold on Thursday 10th November 2016 from 3pm to 8pm (5 hours) at Destinyway Christian Centre, Lokongoma, Lokoja. It is just one-day practical workshop on how to effectively use the internet for evangelism, discipleship, church growth and ministerial businesses.  Read More …


Posted by: | Posted on: May 26, 2016

I want to believe that the PowerPoint presentation I sent on last step is helpful? I’m sure you are praying and have selected the contacts of those you like to share the gospel with. The next step is to get the people’s attention to develop a relationship with the aim of sharing the gospel. Building relationship is most important part of sharing the gospel online! I believe God wants everyone to know someone who truly follow Jesus, because they may not be ready now, but when they are ready, there will be someone close to help them to Jesus.

Using the DigitalSpace to share the gospel is quite different from the face-to-face personal evangelism. The cyberspace and digitalspace are pull and push technology. It’s a two-way communication platform. Meaning that, you must allow people to respond in sharing the gospel. Open ended-question is a good way to get people attention in a forum or online group, like “What’s life all about?” Direct question is also good for individual attention like “Would you want to know God personally?” Read More …

The Best Couple of the Year

Posted by: | Posted on: May 2, 2016

Part 1

Welcome to Nigerian campuses where little girls are practising ‘wifely functions’! Just visit the boys’ hostels and you would be disappointed to find out that it is now common for a girl to live in with a course mate. It is now common for her lover to give her the popular compliment ‘you look sexy my gal’ and she would gladly reply ‘thank you honey’ with a flirty voice and a romantic smile. Who is her lover? A 300 level student whose CGPA is barely up to 1.78! And they are aiming for the next best couple award for the session by the departmental association. So, the girl needs to live in with him to prepare along. Read More …