Video – Digital Media Ministry in Asia
How Media Ministry Showed Aisha a New Way
All over the world, Pioneers teams are linking arms with digital media experts, local churches and other cross-cultural ministry teams. Together, they harness creative media to find and connect with that needle in a haystack—the person God has prepared to respond to the gospel message and share it with those around them.
Take the story of Aisha, a woman living in Southeast Asia.
Aisha had little access to the gospel. But she had a lot of questions. Because she came from a Muslim background, she found it hard to believe that Jesus can really save people from their sins. What happened when she interacted with Pioneers via media ministry on Facebook?
Watch our video, Aisha’s Story, to find out.
Learn More About Digital Media
- Pray for teams considering digital media strategy or just getting started. Pray too for those launching new campaigns this year. May God guide their steps!
- Great with Google or YouTube? Learn how you can use your media skills for good. We even have a short-term opportunity for young adults to help develop mobile ministry apps in Southeast Asia this summer (apply now. The deadline is coming soon.)
- Does digital media ministry replace boots-on-the-ground incarnational ministry? Nope. Watch a great case study from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Stories from the pursuit
Video – From a Forest Temple
Tom first learned about Jesus from a tract that made its way to a Hindu temple in the forest. Today, he uses new media to share the gospel with many more.
Finding Faith in a Himalayan Village
Tom was expected to follow his grandfather into the priesthood, but he follows Christ instead and uses media to share the message of salvation.
Video – Starting From Scratch
A young missionary from America has two passions: baking and Jesus. Watch as Lindsey figures out how to combine the two in France—one of the culinary capitals of the world.
Helping Ukrainian Refugees: A Dispatch from Poland
Pray for Pioneers teams in Eastern Europe as they partner with local believers to offer physical relief and spiritual encouragement to refugees from Ukraine.