e-Ministry – Connecting with the Net Generation

Andrew Careaga
Kregel Publications, USA
ISBN 0-8254-2370-8

Today’s teens and children inhabit an electronic world – one still perhaps foreign to many church leaders. How should the church respond to a generation that seeks spiritual guidance from Web sites and chat rooms? In eMinistry, author Andrew Careaga offers a cutting-edge look at the creative use of online technology to reach the “Net Generation”. e-Ministry examines the trends and technology of this cyberworld, and also dispenses solid counsel on embracing the online culture while avoiding its moral pitfalls. The book covers more than just youth outreach, with many insights into the nature of online evangelism in general, although the Web moves so quickly that this book was written before Facebook, YouTube and Second Life existed.

Careaga’s first book, E-vangelism – Sharing the Gospel in Cyberspace is out of print, but still available second-hand.

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