We hope that Internet Evangelism Day will encourage much wider and more effective use of the Web for outreach. Specifically, please join us in praying for results such as these:
- Increased Christian understanding and awareness of the Internet as a medium;
and insights into outreach strategies that fit with the Web’s intrinsic properties and strengths,
especially the Bridge Strategy.
- Churches to create new websites, or modify their existing pages to become
user-friendly and enticing to non-Christians in the community.
- People to be called into spare-time web outreach. This includes the creation of new
evangelistic sites and
and also support ministry, for instance in email counseling and discipleship.
- Others to be called into full-time web outreach, within existing or new outreach ministries.
- Existing web evangelism ministries to obtain higher profiles and thus more support and recognition.
- Ministries and missions not currently involved in web evangelism to investigate how they might move into this field,
in ways which integrate with their other outreach activities.
- People to use the many existing spare-time web evangelism training options.
This could also include individual or group studies, based on the study questions such as those in
the recommended books on the book page.
- Addition of web evangelism modules into Bible college and other training institute curriculums.
- Individuals and teams to learn how to do non-confrontational and sensitive chat room evangelism, or interact with bulletin boards and blogs.