eMinistry: Connecting with the Net Generation

eMinistry: Connecting with the Net Generation

by Andrew Careaga
     
 

"If the church does not begin to encompass the online world in its ministry, it risks losing even more of its eroding influence in society."

With these words Andrew Careaga challenges believers to creatively and effectively use all leading-edge technology. Only by entering this new world can believers reach the "Net Generation," a

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"If the church does not begin to encompass the online world in its ministry, it risks losing even more of its eroding influence in society."

With these words Andrew Careaga challenges believers to creatively and effectively use all leading-edge technology. Only by entering this new world can believers reach the "Net Generation," a complex mix of young people who will shape the world the church of the 21st century. This cyberspace generation is desperately searching for the supernatural and a personal touch. There is no area where the presence of Christians is more imperative. With the foundational information in the book, you can develop an on-line discipleship strategy to engage and capture this frontier generation.

“Careaga writes with wit and wisdom about the growing gulf between the church and contemporary, high-tech culture.”

—Quentin Schultze Professor of Communication, Calvin College co-author of Internet for Christians

"It's a www World. I know of no better guide to this new world than eMinistry."

—Leonard Sweet Author of Aqua Church

"Andrew Careagas' book is a clear, careful analysis of the Net Generation, this complex mix of young people unlike any other in human history who for better or worse will inherit and shape the twenty-first Century. "

—Winkie Pratney Author of Fire on the Horizon
Youth evangelist for Ministry of Helps

"A must read for anyone who cares about reaching our youth for Jesus."

—Mark M. Stephenson Director of CyberMinistry Ginghamsburg Church, Tipp City, Ohio

Surfing for interesting websites, playing chess online, and invading chat rooms to discuss postmodern philosophy—that’s all in a day’s ministry for volunteer youth pastor and journalist Andrew P. Careaga. He has written about the Internet and how to stay in touch with the Net Generation in such publications as Christian Computing Magazine Online, Ministries Today, and Charisma.

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Editorial Reviews

Church & Synagogue Libraries
. . . An excellent resource to bridge the generation gaps and learn to grow in faith together.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780825423703
Publisher:
Kregel Publications
Publication date:
01/28/2001
Pages:
216
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.50(d)

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