During the “Media Messages Matter” multiplex session of the Cape Town Congress in 2010, Dr Krish Kandiah (who was then Executive Director: Churches in Mission for the UK Evangelical Alliance) talked about social media and the opportunities it gives the church.
During the “Media Messages Matter” multiplex session during the Cape Town Congress in 2010, Arnold Enns introduced the media ministry work of COICOM in Latin America.
Radio has been a dominant means of communicating the gospel all over the world. Edward Cannon, Wayne Pederson, and Lauren Libby share their expertise and experiences in this fruitful ministry at the Lausanne Global Consultation on Media and the Gospel (November 2013). They also discuss how their organizations are adapting to new methods of communication and seeking to connect to today’s generation.
A panel of speakers at the Lausanne Global Consultation on Media and the Gospel (November 2013) discussed the need and opportunity for Christian presence in social media and on the Internet.
At the Lausanne Global Consultation on Media and the Gospel in November 2013, Phill Butler gave a presentation on the importance of strategic alliances and partnerships if we are to make effective use of the media in mission.
Wherever we live in today’s world, information and communication technologies increasingly influence and impact our human lives, our Christian witness, and our Christian ministries. The varieties of local, global, and ‘glocal’ media messages provide complex contexts for the task of making the case for the truth of Christ in the 21st century. The missional issues related to media engagement are therefore of real significance to the global church.