Since its beginning four years ago, Network211 has used the Internet as an evangelism tool to reach people all over the world. On a daily basis, thousands of people around the world are finding the Network 211 website and in turn, finding God.
Network211 achieved a milestone on Tuesday, August 23, 2012, when for the first time, more than 10,000 people viewed a gospel presentation online in one day. According to Dr. Mark Flattery, CEO of Network211, every day for the past eight days the number of viewers has remained above 10,000 per day.
Comparisons to the Network211 online gospel presentation and a one-day ministry outreach have been drawn. On August 23, more than 10,000 people "attended" the online service, 812 of them responded to the salvation invitation and 108 went to the online prayer room for discipleship - but this outreach has been impacting more than 10,000 lives each day for more than a week now.
Assemblies of God Light for the Lost is a strategic partner of Network211. Vital
financial support for Network211 comes from men across the Assemblies of God
fellowship, through Light for the Lost and local churches. Concerning this
investment, Tom Greene, national director of Men's Ministries, says, "Network211's
global outreach has proven to be one of the most successful evangelism projects
that Light for the Lost has ever invested in."
Network211's vision "to proclaim Christ to all people" and Light for the Lost's vision "to provide God's Word to every person on the planet" is the base for the partnership. David Railey, Light for the Lost field director, says, "The concept of ‘taking this Gospel to every nation' keeps evolving. In the minds of the disciples that received that commission it was to be a long walk, a bumpy chariot ride or a stormy ship voyage. Today the Holy Spirit not only uses sandals, chariots and ships to carry the Good News, but Internet technology. Network211 is a 21st century tool carrying a first century message."
In the past eight days, a person from Turkey recommitted his life to Christ and asked, "How do I establish a relationship with God?" Salvations were recorded from Qatar, Hong Kong and China. A man from Egypt wrote in his own words, "I wanna give my life to God and work for he in my rest of my life." A lady from Japan states in her own words, "I want to know about my Jesus more and more."
This daily milestone is one of many to come on the road to Network211's Project 10Million goal. As the evangelism and personal discipleship ministry of Network211, Project 10Million's mission is to reach 10,000,000 people worldwide with the gospel message within 10 years.
Currently, Network211's discipleship connection is established with people from 236 countries and territories each day. For more information about Network 211, click here.