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-Mobile Phone Revolution: Reaching the Unreachable

Posted by | November 29, 2010 .

                           (Mobile Phones –Wikipedia) We have written about how the Internet is a new ‘Roman Road’ making it possible to reach the ‘unreachable’ all around the world. In the first century the roman roads made it possible for Christianity to spread quickly around the known world. Not only that but English is the dominant language […]

-Blogging Demographics

Posted by | November 26, 2010 .

From Sysomos Inc.: “Inside Blog Demographics” They analyzed more than 100 million blog posts to come up with demographical info on bloggers- their age, gender, and location. -AGE: The largest group of active bloggers are young folks who grew up during the blogging "revolution", which started about seven years ago. Over half of the Bloggers […]

– “Thou Shall Not Use Facebook?”

Posted by | November 19, 2010 .

                ( Logo via Wikipedia) a New Jersey pastor has added a new commandment to the list that he expects his leaders to abide by: ‘Thou shall not use Facebook’. The Rev. Cedric Miller of Living Word Christian Fellowship Church in Neptune, NJ has ordered his staff of 50 married church leaders to delete their […]

-Internet Ministry: “God’s Redeeming Work On The Internet”

Posted by | November 15, 2010 .

        (Image via Wikipedia) From GMO blog: “God’s redeeming work, on the internet.”: “If you haven’t seen this, I really encourage you to visit http://www.greatcommission2020.com/as soon as you finish reading this. It is pretty incredible to know that right now, as you are reading this, people are praying to receive Jesus as the Savior of […]

-International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church

Posted by | November 14, 2010 .

Today is the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church –sponsored by Open Doors. Please pray for Christians under persecution around the world. Remember Iraqi Christians in particular and others in the Middle East. Also pray for the Christian community in China and Pakistan where they are supposed to have a little freedom but […]

-“State of The Blogosphere-2010”

Posted by | November 9, 2010 .

(Image via CrunchBase) Technorati releases a report called “State of The Blogosphere” every year.  <<Here’s the 2010 edition by Jon Sobel>> The report is divided into 3 parts: The Report Day 1 — WHO: Bloggers, Brands and Consumers Day 2 — WHAT: Topics and Trends Day 3 — HOW: Technology, Traffic and Revenue Response: The […]