This group exists to help establish a mobile ministry movement so that within ten years every unreached person will have had a chance to encounter Christ and His kingdom in a compelling, contextualized fashion through their personal mobile device.
Latest Activity: Nov 10, 2013
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Great to see the discussion on "Starting a Story Movement" taking place here at VSN. It was noted that there is a generation of 10-30 year olds with phones, tablets, etc. who could be visual story…Continue
Started by Keith Williams Feb 19, 2013.
I am new here, so I am not sure if this topic has been brought up before. It may already be in development by more than one person for all I know.I am currently moving forward on an idea for a mobile…Continue
Started by Jim Zarbaugh. Last reply by Jim Zarbaugh Aug 26, 2012.
GRN is moving towards the distribution of their audio recordings via microSD card. I am looking for a solution to prevent our content from being deleted by the users we distribute to.Has anyone done…Continue
Started by James Thomas. Last reply by James Thomas Aug 15, 2012.
I watched the linked video at TED.com today and it has me thinking about the implications for mobile ministry use in countries that are closed or hostile to the Gospel. What are your thoughts?…Continue
Started by J. R. Whitby. Last reply by Bryan Gough Jul 24, 2012.
Once we have made it easy for people to access content via mobile media, how do we then help them engage with the content and make them hungry for more?
Started by James Thomas. Last reply by Antoine RJ Wright Jul 7, 2012.
This is the image we posted…Continue
Started by Paul Weaver. Last reply by James Thomas May 13, 2012.
Started by Keith Williams. Last reply by Cal Curtis Apr 11, 2012.