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Posted by: | Posted on: July 14, 2017

Internet Missions Conference 2017

The conference will be loaded with skills acquisition and empowerment in 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.











Last year, we had a swell time also. Workshop fee will be FREE! It will be 100% practical workshop.

Posted by: | Posted on: March 7, 2015

About Web Missions

This is a group of passionate Christian leaders doing intentional evangelism online. Play or download our jingle here. We are sanitizing the internet waves with strategic outreaches.

Outreaches of the Web Missions Africa includes the annual Internet Missions Conference (African edition) with yearly conference digests, Certified Training in Internet Evangelism/Cybermissions and Sensitization/Mobilization Seminars across churches. Web Missions also publishes a quarterly bulletin “Digital Natives Today” for youths and families. Read More …

Posted by: | Posted on: April 25, 2014

How to start digital missions

Internet Missions is for everyone who is born again and is called to save others. It is a call to evangelism and soul winning. It requires passion for the lost. The internet is not a message in itself; it is only a medium. It is a channel for sharing our faith with the online community. So, if you have a leading to obey the great commission by using the internet as a platform for evangelism, you need to do the following:

Take five (5) steps:

See the internet as a virtual world where real people operate and develop burden for the work of soul winning. It is about salvation of souls not about the technology of computers Read More …

Posted by: | Posted on: April 24, 2014

Evangelism by Email

How do you use your email? How does your Church use her Email? Several evangelical believers do not understand the usage of email services for the gospel. As SMS services could be used for evangelism, likewise the email facilities could be used. There are many ideas we can use to achieve this. First, as a digital evangelist, you must have a working email. I recommend Gmail because of Googles Cloud Computing services coming along with it. If its your church digital unit, I recommend using your own church domain name and its email services; that means you must own a website as well. Second, you must keep your email active by ensuring that communications passes through it at least every week. Read More …

Posted by: | Posted on: January 18, 2014

2014: Reading Resources For Your Church’s Internet Ministry

Dave, our director at Internet Toolbox For Churches made this list as a good recommended reading for sharing our faith online. We encourage you to have a look at them and use them wisely for your ministry online:

“Planning to have some “down time” after Christmas Day where you can sit down and do some reading? Consider reading more about internet ministry and effective church communication. I’m always happy to have you reading ITC material, but there’s plenty more great material out there too.

Here is some very worthwhile reading for your upcoming down time.

You might even think about offering these up as part of a church gift “wish list” for your congregation. I’m sure there are there people who would joyfully relish the opportunity to support your church’s ministries with a gift.

The Social Media Gospel: Sharing the Good News in New Ways by Meredith Gould. Paperback and Kindle

Outspoken: Conversations on Church Communication by Tim Scraeder, et al. Paperback and Kindle

@stickyJesus: How to Live Out Your Faith Online by Toni Birdsong, Tami Heim. Hardcover, paperback and Kindle

Less Clutter. Less Noise.: Beyond Bulletins, Brochures and Bake Sales by Kem Meyer. Paperback (limited availability) and Kindle”

May you ever remain effective in sharing your Faith online.