DOXA AFRICA MEDIA – Raising The Gospel Vibrations
Over the years the secular news, events and activities have been viewed to be popular than the gospel ones across the globe. This is because of the coverage, airplay, visibility and pomp given to the secular ones.
Doxa Africa Media steps in to bridge the gap and promote gospel events, activities and latest news across the globe. We are here to Raise the Vibration of Kingdom of God’s Agenda.
Social media has become an increasingly popular channel for connecting with and communicating to mass audiences of a younger demographic, it seems also to be an ideal platform for evangelizing to the rising generation of future church leaders. Doxa Africa Media has developed a platform for Social Media Evangelism.
#Socialmediaevangelism uses social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, etc to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. It’s one of the best ways to share the good news of Jesus with others.
There are three basic types of online people: –
1. Those who don’t believe in God
2. Those who are Christians but aren’t active in church
3. Those who are Christians and actively involved in church.
If Christians can curate appealing content, perhaps it will attract the eyes of youth, and the hopeful message of the gospel will fulfill the spiritual needs of sinful, broken human lives seeking answers and truth during their young, developing years. This will attract more young people to Church and other Gospel activities.
According to research, nearly three out of four youth spend at least one hour on social media each day. Further, only 23% currently use social media for spiritual inspiration, but 62% would like to see more religious content on social media.
According to other research, 45% of youths are currently exposed to religious social media content “occasionally” or “never,” and 74% say that seeing more appealing religious social media content would improve their view of the Church.
We answer the question, “How can Churches, media organizations, and individuals more effectively utilize social media as a tool for evangelism among youth and young adults?”
As technology continues to develop, the Church must continue to adapt in order to strategically place the gospel where people will find and hear it.
To reach young people effectively with evangelistic social media content, creators need to deliberately cater content to meet their audience’s needs.
We continually cast our nets inside the boat and need to get out. Any good fisherman will tell you that if you want to catch some fish, you have to go where the fish are! DOXA Africa Media helps take you to where the fish are. They are out there holding a phone or computer scrolling down different social media platforms looking for something captivating and they tend to get these more in the secular platforms rather than Gospel.
The Great Commission of Matthew 28:18-20 tells us to go into all the world and make disciples. Today, reaching “all the world” is easier than ever in the digital age where a simple blessed Instagram post made from your living room can reach the other side of the globe in seconds.
Social media evangelism is a powerful tool that will help you connect with influential people online and grow your church and ministry!
Social Media Evangelism has become one of the most effective ways to share the gospel and bring souls into Christ.
Churches need to prayerfully develop clear strategies for the use of social media as part of the Great Commission to spread the Gospel and also, of course, to inform and invite people about their activities. DOXA AFRICA MEDIA helps in solving this problem.
The facts are that there are lots of fish to be found online, and the Church needs to go and get them.
Doxa Africa Media; Raising The Gospel Vibrations by Promoting Kingdom Agenda through Enhancing Visibility, Effective Communication and Digital Media Influence.
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