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Digital evangelism explodes in popularity during coronavirus outbreak

Christian Vision, a ministry that has focused on online digital evangelism for the past 10 years, has seen explosive growth in the use of its digital media. The organization is supporting churches with free digital content for use in their digital mission.

In this time of global fear and uncertainty, churches have closed their doors to contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Online meetings are replacing in-person services across the world, forcing churches to find new digital solutions to reach their communities. As a result, churches are seeing exponential growth in their online ministry.

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Christian Vision provides free online resources through its website and social media platforms. It has seen a quadrupling of its reach to 182 million people over a 30-day period, and more than 17 million individuals have viewed one of its online gospel presentations, introducing them to the person of Jesus Christ.

“It’s as though God just switched the lights on and everyone is online during lockdown, said Bob Edmiston, founder and president of Christian Vision. “People’s lives have been placed on hold and they are looking for answers to life’s biggest questions. This is the beginning of something big. God is at work in this situation and we are on board and fully expecting continued growth.”

As part of its mission to share the gospel and equip Christians to do the same, the ministry provides an online library of free, high-quality videos for churches and ministries to use to share the gospel. These resources are easily accessible and available for download at www.resources.cvglobal.co.

For more information on how CV is supporting the global Church, including the latest resources and stories of impact, visit cvglobal.co(https://www.cvglobal.co/) or contact communications@cvglobal.co.

–Dwight Widaman | Metro Voice

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