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Many Christians feel left out of God’s call to missions, so Indigitous invites them to be a part of a global community engaging in missions to empower the whole church to make Jesus known everywhere. 

Indigitous PULSE is a new video series where we discuss important digital missions trends and topics with practitioners who have their fingers on the pulse of digital ministry. The content is intended to inspire you to action, give practical steps, and help you take the first step in accepting the call to digital missions.

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Season Three

3.1: Photography can be a gift for the church

God has given you certain talents, passions, and interests for a reason. If you’re an artist, that passion for creation and creativity can be used for the Church.

To find out how, we talked to photographer Mick Haupt about how he engages in God’s mission

3.2: The way you talk about God may be turning people off

Jesus said to “love each other as I have loved you.”

When we try to share our faith online, instead of debating or making logical arguments, maybe the best way is to focus on love.

But how can we do that? In this episode of Indigitous PULSE, we talked to Katie Lei to find out.

3.3. You might be overlooking an innovative way to improve your prayer life

Prayer is an important part of the spiritual life of any Christian, integral to our relationship with God. But it’s not always as easy as it seems. Many of us aren’t satisfied with our prayer lives

In this episode, we discussed prayer with Andy Geers, CEO of Discipleship Tech, about an app called PrayerMate, and Paul Konstanski, project specialist for the global leadership at Cru, about a prayer campaign called Pray For Five.

3.4 The app that helps you talk about God

What’s holding you back from sharing your faith? We went through each of the most common reasons Christians don’t share their faith and discussed simple ways to overcome them.

Among the tips is one app, designed to help you talk about God, that can make a big difference.

In this episode, we talk with Justin Sooter, project leader of GodTools.

3.5 WhatsApp can be a ministry tool

Social media is where we see what’s going on with friends and where we have most of our conversations. But have you ever tried having spiritual conversations on social media? 

How would you even get started? How can you talk about God without sounding weird? Without getting into an argument? 

In this episode of Indigitous PULSE, Jeremy talks with Francis Mutatiina, a national digital strategies leader for LIFE Ministry Uganda, about how he uses WhatsApp and other social platforms for ministry.

3.6 Helping others discover Jesus by asking questions

We’re all busy and only have so much free time. But what if you could make a profound impact on someone’s life just by answering emails and asking questions? 

No special skills are needed, but you can change someone’s life.

In this episode, we talk with Viktor Repasky, a digital missionary in Slovakia, about how e-coaches make a difference

Season Two

2.1 Your filmmaking talent can be used For God
How to use your creativity for God

God made each of us unique. Some of us are gifted with talents and a passion for creativity. How can that be used for the Church?

In this episode of Indigitous PULSE, we talk with filmmaker James Spradlin about how God called him to use his talent for ministry and how others can do the same.

2.2: 2 websites that will help you grow closer to God
Websites for Spiritual Growth

Whether you’re new to Christianity or have been following Jesus for a long time, spiritual growth is an important part of your walk with God. But that growth doesn’t come easily.

In this episode of Indigitous PULSE, we’re highlighting two websites that can help.

2.3: HOW TO MENTOR and disciple ONLINE
How to mentor online

Everyone is on a spiritual journey and it’s not a journey we were meant to do alone. Online mentoring gives you an easy, safe, and anonymous way to journey with hurting people and share the Gospel.

In this episode of Indigitous PULSE, we discuss how to mentor online, what the experience is like, and how it changes the lives of mentors and mentees alike.

2.4 Simple daily practices for growing your faith
Grow closer to God with an app

Whether you’re a new Christian or have been following Jesus for a long time, spiritual growth is an important part of our life. But sometimes it’s easier said than done.

What if there was an app that can help you grow closer to God?

In this episode of Indigitous PULSE, Russ Martin, Managing Director of Indigitous, shares how an app can help you grow closer to God and make an impact for Jesus.

Season One

1.1: Staying Involved With the Church While Isolated
Indigitous PULSE - How to be involved with the church while isolated

In the first episode of Indigitous PULSE, we talk about how to stay involved with your church, or find a new church to join, while isolated.

As the global pandemic closed most church’s doors, many of which remain closed now, people have been forced to rethink what it means to do church. For this episode, we spoke with Zach Van Dyke, pastor of Summit Church, and Miheret Tilahun, a digital strategist for Cru.

1.2: If your small group can't connect in person, try this

Small groups have been an important part of Christian discipleship since the beginning of the Church, but the pandemic has forced us to rethink what it means to be connected in that community. How can we connect well in small groups while isolated?

In this episode of Indigitous PULSE, we spoke with Cheryl Boyd and Patrick Martin from Cru, Jonah Jala from Indigitous Manila, and Zach Van Dyke from Summit Church. 

1.3: How to get started in digital missions

Jesus has called every Christian to missions, given us all the assignment of sharing the Gospel. Being a witness digitally has long been important, but for many people, the pandemic has made it the only way to do missions. As such, many people are now starting to think about digital missions for the first time. 

For beginners, what’s the best way to get started in digital missions? We discussed that in this episode of Indigitous PULSE.

1.4: Your social media habits can serve God

Social media is part of our everyday lives, but can it be used for God? Can Christians use social media to start meaningful spiritual conversations that can help bring someone closer to Jesus? 

In this episode of Indigitous PULSE, we discussed simple strategies for social media that anyone can apply to make an impact. If you have a phone, you can share your faith.

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