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What happens in an Internet minute?

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This is our digital world – the one that moves 640 Terabytes of data every minute.

The minute in which 1300 people (mostly in the Majority World) started using a mobile phone for the first time. Ever.

In the last minute since you started reading this, countless people engaged with the good news online in multiple ways.

That’s why Internet Evangelism Day is set for 21 April. Mark your diary. Share it using our short news item. Use the day to help your church members. Consider appointing a digital advocate in your church if you do not have one.

Infographic source: Intel Free Press | Creative Commons non-commercial use

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