Your ministry can reach more people than ever before
Expand your ministry’s influence in the online mission field.
You’ll be amazed at the possibilities!
“…overcome evil with good” (Romans 21:12).
The Online Mission Field Awaits!
Millions of people—of all ages, around the world—are online, scrolling through messages and googling ideas and questions they’re afraid to ask anyone in person. Several thousand of them google the phrase “Bible study” each month! This is a ministry opportunity like no other.
Digital marketing for churches, schools, ministries.
No matter the size of your ministry, you can reach the online mission field in ways you never thought possible. Make connections with an audience that’s already looking for what you offer, all through effective digital marketing practices.
Internet searches for Adventism or Ellen White continue to bring up content that misrepresents our Church and its beliefs. This ministry initiative is solely focused on optimizing our denomination’s content to better position it in search results, while also creating focused, topical content that answers spiritual questions that are commonly asked online to “Pastor Google.”
This is a huge undertaking, but we can’t afford to miss the opportunity to reach the online mission field in such a monumental way.
What is the Online Mission Field?
To effectively “go where the people are,” take note that the internet is the largest, fastest-growing mission field on earth. And each of our Church’s websites can be online mission stations, each positioned to reach their target audience. Just like a physical mission station, each online mission station focuses on connecting with the local culture, meeting their needs, and guiding them to Christ. It’s a mission opportunity like never before!
Become an Online Missionary!
Even if you’re not able to travel, you can be a missionary right where you sit! There are countless opportunities for personal evangelism online. Many have started their own Christ-centered online communities, conducted Bible studies, created blogs, started podcasts…the list goes on! Take advantage of these chances to connect with the online mission field.
About the Center for Online Evangelism
We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that exists to improve the online presence of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. We aim to do this by empowering online missionaries with up-to-date industry knowledge of digital marketing, customized to their own ministry’s needs and emphases.
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