The GMO strategy is simple: move people from isolation to connection and from information to transformation. They plan to utilize Internet-based outreach and communication technologies in text, video, audio on multiple platforms. The high-tech savvy evangelical group uses computers, iPods, cell phones, Podcasting, Internet radio, TV, film and other emerging communication technologies in order to fulfill its sacred mission.
One of GMO's goals is to present the gospel in languages covering 85% of the over one billion people using the Internet, bringing them God's word in English, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, German, French, Korean, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Arabic and Russian.
Even more, GMO has developed a unique response system that can securely empower thousands of people as online missionaries to personally share their faith one-on-one through the Internet as they respond to seekers.
And unlike many traditional evangelical groups, GMO is interested in following up on new believers by providing direction within the same medium that was used to bring them to the Lord in the first place. GMO has taken a new step in discipleship to help people after they make an initial decision with the launch of iChristianLife.
iChristianLife has been designed to provide a multimedia approach to Christian discipleship, worship and Bible study. Focusing on multiple areas of Christian growth, the web site provides encouragement and learning for a new or recommitting Christian. Content on Jesus, the Bible, church, and prayer combine with worship and connection gateways to give a broad set of options for Christian growth. The web site also assists the new Christian in finding a Bible-reading Christian church in his or her location.
GMO also provides assistance and training online to volunteers who wish to use their personal computers to help bring the message of salvation to others.
Christians seeking a meaningful ministry will find a home on the Internet with Global Media Outreach and its multi-media evangelism.
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