A good deal of the activity in mobile has talked about the potential for video media to be a catalyst for conversations, conversions, and education/discipleship. Here’s a report sent from the Kiosk Evangelism Project about such a change happening in SE India:
Uncle, I’m sending a couple of photos when I’m transferring the video clips. He is a village guy. he is from Hindu religion. he told that he worship their God and Goddess very much.. just I tried to tell about Jesus but he was rejected me forcefully. then I came to general talk just like what is your life, family, what you use to do. then I took mobile from my pocket and started watching videos by myself. then he tried to star in the phone. I told it was Jesus film but he started watching it. I showed him couple of video. and I asked him do you want to download it into your mobile? then he told yes. so I transferred some video clips into his mobile. if I said it is Jesus film, he may reject. you know that some people blindly believe their Gods and doesn’t allow other Gods to come into their life. I think he will know that these clips belongs Jesus Christ.
Its my duty to transfer the clips to his mobile and I done it and the next my Lord will do and He will only change Him. Amen
This is one report of a few that’s come our way. It demonstrates how (in some cultures) that just the behavior of watching and having faith-based content on your mobile device can be a catalyst for conversation or more.
For more information about this activity, visit the Kiosk Evangelism Project.
There’s complimentary activities happening with Open Church, Door 43, and a few other groups within the Mobile Ministry Forum. How about casting your hands to these nets if that’s the kind of impact you see from your mobile ministry (#mobmin) efforts.