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Make The Case: Why Mobile Ministry?

if you need some help making the case for using mobile’s and a ministry context, we want to help.  Here is a brief PowerPoint presentation that can help you explain to others why the mobile revolution is so significant. Thanks to Keith Williams and Liam Savage for their work on this PowerPoint. Enjoy this free […]

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10 Ideas to Transform Your Mobile Ministry

The Mobile Ministry Forum held it’s fourth webinar of the year with more than 50 people joining us from places as diverse as South Sudan, Holland, North Ireland, Bosnia, Ethiopia, Australia, and Southern California.  The 10 Ideas View the webinar recording for more details. Mobile Ministry Made Easy Guide is now available in Filipino and […]

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Church Planting with MicroSD Cards

SETTING North India (2015) One Christian worker sat with a church planting national partner in 2015. They went over the partner’s church planting and leadership maps. His network of believers have been using MicroSD memory cards in their outreach for approximately one year. [MicroSD cards were introduced by the Christian workers and are loaded with […]

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Digital in 2016

Every year, We Are Social produces an amazing report on digital, social and mobile usage around the world. I encourage you to look through the first 25 slides in the slidedeck below. The key statistics for digital, social, and mobile media in 2016 are: – 3.42 billion internet users, equaling 46% global penetration; – 2.31 billion […]

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“Every Cellphone a Bible” Survey Report

Cellphone technology, the 7th wave of mass media, is quickly changing the landscape of communication worldwide. Last year we surveyed 21,000 youth living in Mexico, Guatemala and Peru, measuring their attitude toward and usage of cellphone technology. Our goal was to measure how youth between the ages of 12 and 24, living in rural areas, are […]

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A Strategy to Disciple a Mobile World

40 Days of Discipleship: Easy to use…Easy to share Do you (or the person you wish to encourage) not yet have a trusting relationship with a local church? Are you working shifts or have a complicated schedule that makes regular weekly attendance difficult? Have you recently moved to another city? Or are you a ‘get-up-and-do’ […]

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Exec Summary: Refugees and Media Ministry Webinar

The Mobile Ministry Forum hosted this 50 minute webinar on May 25, 2016. The focus was on ways that mobile/digital ministry can assist in responding to the great needs of refugees around the world. This is a way for churches, ministries, and individuals to extend God’s love using media and mobile technology. 53 people participated in […]

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Exec Summary: Equip Your Short-Term Mission Team to Use Their Mobile Phones

The Mobile Ministry Forum hosted this 50 minute webinar on April 20, 2016. The focus was on why the mobile phone is one of the most useful ministry tools your team members possess. Additionally, key ideas on how to prepare your team along with practical resources are provided. Brandon Honsalek and Brian James presented. 52 […]

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Monsieur Mouton and microSD cards

I love farm animals. There are sheep, goats, horses, and cows in my area (North Africa), and quite a few of each in my neighborhood. It’s not like an American town or city! I try to go jogging every day I can, and there are trees with big leaves along the way that the sheep […]

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Resources in Arabic for Disciple Makers

What is the DMM Platform in Arabic? The DMM Platform in Arabic is a system of resources and trainings in Arabic that assist in catalyzing healthy and mature disciple making movements (DMM) in the Middle East and North Africa. It removes obstacles so that disciple­ makers experience less stress and have a better chance of success […]

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