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Thursday, January 26, 2006

Web-Evangelism Bulletin, January 2006



'BLOGGING FOR EVANGELISM'

A blog is probably the easiest type of website to set up, and requires no technical knowledge at all. [link to article at Pastors.com]

Although there are thousands of Christian blog sites, virtually all of them have been written for other Christians. Yet there is enormous potential to use blogs to reach non-Christians. Check the new 'Internet Evangelism Day' resource page to learn how. [link to article at Web-Evangelism.com]

We believe there is great potential for sharing faith through blogs, yet very few are doing it.

[continued at Web-Evangelism.com]

[Also visit "Why Blog -- Top 50 Reasons"]

[Or stop by the U.B. cafe some Saturday morning for free internet training.]

Comments:
Great idea! Actually, I've just started a blog dedicated to evangelism. I'd welcome your comments and thougts. couragetoshare.blogspot.com
 
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