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It’s unofficially over!

It’s not really over

Just because the Online Missions Trip campaign is over doesn’t mean that your conversations with unsaved friends needs to stop now. In fact, this should only be the beginning. Continue to use social media and conversations to “bring God up” with your friends both online and face-to-face because their eternity depends on it.

So now what?

If any of your friends made decisions to receive Christ over the last two weeks, check out some of the follow-up resources we have available for you to use for the next several weeks with that individual. It’s important that you help them start growing and understanding more about what this whole Christianity thing is all about.

There’s also resources there for your youth group to use for discussions and large-group follow-up. Check it out.

Looking for your stories

We would absolutely love to hear your stories about the Online Missions Trip. How did you see God work? What was the hardest part? How difficult was it? Did any of your friends come to know Christ? Anything and everything you want to tell us, we want to hear! If you want it to be public, post it in the comments below or on our Facebook group. If you want your story to be private between just you and us, use this form to share it.

Want to be interviewed?

Outreach Magazine is writing a story on the Online Missions Trip and wants some stories from teenagers about their experience on the trip. If you have a story to share, comment below or use our form to contact us. I’d love to hear your story and put them in touch with you.

Also looking for your feedback

Not only do we want to hear your stories, but we also greatly value your feedback, input, suggestions, and recommendations. It looks like we’re planning to do this again next year, so how can you help us make it better for when that time comes? Again, comment below or use the contact form.

We’re also planning to have a LIVE conversation about it sometime soon where students and youth leaders alike can all join together and talk about their experiences and give feedback for next time. Stay tuned to this blog for that.

Internet Evangelism Day

April 26, 2009 is set as Internet Evangelism Day for this year. It’s kinda like the Online Missions Trip, but it’s only for 1 day. Check it out at InternetEvangelismDay.com.

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  1. From Online Missions Trip at Ray Fowler .org on 16 Feb 2009 at 11:05 pm

    [...] Multiple churches from around the world recently completed an Online Missions Trip with the purpose of sharing the gospel on popular social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace, YouTube and Twitter. You can track the follow-up to the event here. [...]

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