Learning about digital ministry

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Craig von Buseck was interviewed recently (1 hr) about online evangelism and his book about digital ministry Netcasters.
Dave Bourgeois
This month, Dr David Bourgeois of Biola University is launching two distance-learning courses on internet ministry called the The Internet Ministry Partnership Project. You can start these at any time. The base-level course is free, and there is a more complex pay-for course, covering 10 topics and requiring about 12 weeks to complete, based on 2-3 hours a week study-time. (There is an introductory ‘preview’ discount during September.) Whether you are involved in a ministry organization or just want to do online ministry as an individual, joining this partnership will provide you with support, encouragement, and real hands-on help as you work to use the Internet to fulfill the Great Commission and the Great Commandment.

There are other training options available too.

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