We equip disciple makers to strategically use media and technology to identify and engage spiritual seekers who accelerate a movement of reproducing disciples in their community. —Matthew 28:19-20
People are Googling for Jesus.
What will they find?
Can you relate to one of these three?
Many of us feel like Rachel In Genesis 30:1 "Give me children, or I'll die!" We want to see disciples who make disciples. Sometimes with all the stresses and demands of ministry, we struggle to see where the Father is working. Launching a digital media strategy allows us to distinguish those who are spiritually open from those who are not yet thirsty for the gospel. From there, we can focus our attention on the ones the Father has prepared.
One of the key ideas from Luke 10:2 is “from the harvest will come the harvesters.” The MTM Practitioner as a disciple maker leverages digital strategies to identify spiritually open people and accelerate a disciple making movement. This is what Paul did in Acts 17:2, where as “was his habit” to use media (public speaking) in identifying God-fearing Greeks to launch a new work.
Organizational leaders want to see their constituents land in a new area and be fruitful. Research shows early success keeps field workers motivated and focused on training up national leaders who can take over the work. A digital media strategy helps them gain early wins and stay dedicated to the work of the harvest.