Tuesday, June 12, 2012


His name is know the world over, he has been an adviser to Presidents and now he's taken his Crusade for Christ to the internet...

The basic premise is simple: Use search engines to find people who are looking for answers to life's big questions and direct them to a website, www.peacewithgod.net. From there, seekers are led through a series of readings and videos loosely tied to John 3:16: "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life."

At the end of the series, they are offered a chance to pray and to accept Jesus. Those who do become a little point of light on a Google Earth application, showing more than 476,000 souls around the world who have been saved through the site since it went live last year.

Although the site has been running in a beta mode, it is expected to be fully functional within a month. At that point hundreds of volunteers will also be online, doing everything from answering basic questions about God and Christianity to leading interested visitors through a 5-week online discipleship course.

This news doesn't surprise me. I'm most surprised that Billy Graham hasn't been on line for years!

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