Whatever the context, the church often struggles to know how best to respond. What does faithful discipleship in a media-dominated world look like? It is vital that the church in every part of the world develops more media awareness.
We are therefore developing ways of resourcing the global church in media awareness. These resources will help Christians to think critically about, and to respond constructively to, the messages of mainstream media.
Recent Media Awareness Posts
The media in a post-truth world25. November, 2016
What is the Lausanne Media Engagement Network for?31. August, 2016
Introducing the Media Engagement Network1. March, 2016
Key Values and Worldviews in the Disney Universe24. June, 2015
Lars Dahle introduces the Lausanne Media Engagement Network20. June, 2015
The Opportunities of New Media18. June, 2015
Film Outreach18. June, 2015
Understanding Information and Media Technology17. June, 2015
On Being Gospel and Media People: Reflections of a Senior Missiologist22. May, 2015
Engaging Our Digital Generation19. May, 2015
The Urgent Need for Developing Media Awareness15. May, 2015
Media Engagement: A Global Missiological Task7. May, 2015
Why a Christian Worldview is Uniquely Relevant to News6. May, 2015
Using Film in Christian Communication – part 61. May, 2015
Using Film in Christian Communication – part 530. April, 2015
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