Online evangelism is producing real disciples for Christ, according to a recent study.
Over half of those who made a decision for Jesus over the Internet have subsequently shared their faith with others, Global Media Outreach's study reveals.
Additionally, 34 percent read their Bibles daily and nearly half pray for at least 10 minutes a day.
"These findings are remarkable because they reveal that online evangelism isn’t just an in-the-moment decision, and people continue to grow in their faith after they have indicated a decision,” Global Media Outreach founder and chairman Walt Wilson said in a statement.
The study, called the Christian Growth Index, measured the responses of more than 100,000 people from around the world.
For Wilson, the results of the study indicate "that online evangelism and discipleship is truly measurable and effective." To read more, click here.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Study Reveals Internet Evangelism Is Effective
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