When You’re On the Internet, You’re In Our Neighborhood
post date: September 23, 2010
We do a lot of things that aren’t on the Internet. I travel and speak, we visit foreign countries, I do a lot of radio work, I’ve written books, we give away thousands of copies of An Anchor for the Soul through our Book Depot, we have a great interest in China, we love teaching young people, and we want to encourage pastors everywhere. But when you boil it all down, this ministry lives on the Internet.
We think we’re exactly where God wants us to be. Think about this. A year ago there were 1.6 billion Internet users. In January 2010 there were 1.8 billion Internet users. Today there are over 2 billion Internet users worldwide. And the number multiplies every day.
So if you happen to come to a conference where I’m speaking, you’ll probably see this display. That way you can read the testimonies from the various countries.
The very fact that you’re reading this proves that our slogan really is true: “When you’re on the Internet, you’re in our neighborhood.»
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