MMF 2013 Consultation Press Release Available

Download the press release here.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Clyde Taber

Clyde@visualstory.org

Ph# 949-310-8733

More people have cell phones than electricity.

While over 96% of the world’s population has access to a cell phone, 1.5 billion people do not have access to electricity. In the Third World, 79% of the people have no electricity. Yes, they can talk on their phones while they carry water jugs home. So what is the best way to reach these people for Christ? Their mobile device.

The Mobile Ministry Forum (MMF) Consultation at the Wycliffe Bible Translator Headquarters on Dec. 9-11, 2013, in Orlando, FL, is the key gathering for people interested in learning how to use mobile technology for ministry outreach.  This 3-day conference includes TED-style presentations, discussions, ministry field reports, workshop breakouts, and networking time. The call is to anyone using mobile technology in a ministry context, creating apps or content, or anyone interested in starting a mobile ministry.

The Keynote Presenters include:

Tomi Ahonen – Forbes ranked this former Nokia executive as #1 “power influencer in mobile.” He lectures at Oxford University and has been quoted in over 400 articles and presented at over 250 conferences.

Ken Cochrum – is currently serving as VP for Global Digital Strategies. Ken and his wife, Ann, recently founded Indigitous.org, a movement passionate about connecting people to Jesus using digital means.

Gary Nelson – has 35 years of senior and executive management experience in the domestic and international financial payments industry. He currently serves as Chairman of the Nelson Family Foundation, Chairman of Every Tribe Every Nation (ETEN) and Founder of Alkami Technology.

Fee to attend the Consultation is $230 and includes meals. The remote participant fee is $25. Please register and pay online at www.mobileministryforum.org/mmf-consultation-2013

“The content was exceptionally good and I’m still amazed at the quality of the participants and the key ministries represented.   Of all the different conferences I attended this year–and I do this a lot–yours was overall the most valuable experience.”  Tom Watkins, Director of Strategic Initiatives & Partnerships, TWR

The Mobile Ministry Forum (MMF) is a coalition of ministries working towards the goal of giving every unreached person a chance to encounter Christ and His kingdom in a compelling, contextualized fashion through their personal mobile device by 2020.

Ministries include: Biola University, Campus Crusade for Christ, Christian Broadcasting Network, Cybermissions, International Mission Board, and Wycliffe Bible Translators.

# # #

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply