Internet! Twenty-nine per cent of Canadians are on Facebook alone. The majority, millions of them, are teens. “I thought that computers and email were going to turn us into a society where keyboarding skills are paramount,” says Sheila Wray Gregoire, but instead, youth have devolved a language of their own. Will this “Internet English”be the language of our future?
More than 1.5 billion people access the Internet for a variety of activities. The folks who run the website promoting Internet Evangelism Day (IE Day) believe it’s a “God-given medium for evangelism.” IE Day, this year on April 26, 2009, is an annual web-awareness day when churches and Christian groups can include a short message in their meetings about online evangelism and its potential as a rewarding ministry. Find out how your group can participate.
Determination and a message have given a Toronto 12-year-old a voice on the Internet. Lia wrote a pro-life speech for a school competition, and in spite of opposition won an opportunity to participate in a region-wide contest. Her message has been viewed almost 400,000 times on YouTube.
Roy Hamel believes that the atheist bus-advertising campaign, “There probably is no God…” is also a “God-given medium” for evangelism. He says, “ Let atheists have their bus slogans!” Christians owe them big time for plastering slogans about God all over the public square.
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