The digital space provides opportunities for ministry like never before in history. Instant access from around the world dynamically changes the fundamentals of engaging with Scripture content. At OneHope, we’re continuously seeking new ways to engage people with God’s Word online.
Imagine living in a nation where the average person doesn’t personally know a Christian or have access to a church. How would you find out more about the Bible or faith? A simple search online or digital advertisement could help you begin your journey. It’s a model we’re exploring with our What if it’s True? program – engaging people with questions about faith that lead them to Scripture and connecting them with an online missionary for continued conversation.
Digital spaces can foster community and shared learning. OneHope’s team in Africa uses the Telegram app to bring groups together digitally around their Spark initiative. This compelling project shares valuable research and training with the goal to raise up skilled children and youth workers. Through technology, there’s abundant room for the cohort to grow.
The opportunities for digital Scripture engagement are endless. What are ways your church or ministry uses digital Scripture resources?