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Workshop – July 2012

July 8th, 2012, posted in mentoring

Missionary From Home – July 2012 Training Workshop.

When: 28th July 1pm-4pm
Where: Kenmore Baptist – Lower Hall    Map (shows entrance &  parking)
Who: Tony O’Hagan (Campus Crusade for Christ staff)
and Norm Bahr (online community leader)

Tony and Norm will be running a 3 hour workshop on how to follow up and mentor the 7,000 people who respond every day to over 100 web sites run by Global Media Outreach.  You will have opportunity to ask questions and get “hands on” training with experienced people present so you can feel  confident of the software and about how to answer emails and assist in mentoring seekers from all over the world. Over 30 people from KBC and 3 from WRBC have already expressed interest so this will also be a both a learning and community building time.

Please register here . Numbers are limited so please register early.

If this date/time does not suite you, please complete the registration anyway as here is an option to indicate you’re interest in a future workshop.

Note: This is mainly for people from Kenmore and Windsor Road Baptist churches who indicated that they would be interested in volunteering.

If you have any enquiries regarding this workshop please call Tony on 0421 230 767.

Transforming your church through online mentoring.

February 28th, 2011, posted in mentoring

In this video, Pastor Rob Jackson from Forestville Baptist explains how partnering with Global Media Outreach has transformed the faith and commitment level of his congregation.

Each week we sit in church learning new things. It’s like a classroom. But how sad if we never step outside and use what we’ve learned to minister to others. Worse … we risk going stale. Online mentoring opens the door – to seeker and volunteer mentor – to grow and be enriched by sharing the many lessons learned. Our Bible study takes on a fresh new meaning and purpose as we take time to research answers to each seeker’s question.  The outcome is obvious … we not only share our faith online but are also built in the confidence to make this part of our daily face to face relationships. So we end up doing both global and local mission.  What a wonderful way to grow the depth of walk of both ourselves and those in our spiritual care.

Rob’s story is a powerful testimony to what is possible when a church takes up the challenge of sharing in the joy of reaching out to all continents and nations each week via the Internet:

Interested in learning more …

You can join the Campus Crusade’s Australian team via .  From other countries, we recommend you visit .

Unsure whether you could be an online mentor? Check out this video and think again …

February 14th, 2011, posted in mentoring

Though her severe physical disabilities limit her in everyday life, Sarah Coiner shares her heart and love for Jesus Christ with people around the world. Sarah serves as an online missionary with Global Media Outreach and leads other volunteers in responding to emails from spiritual seekers and new Christians.

Sarah has another message for us too. You see it’s not how adept we are at using computers that really matters. Rather it is our sincere love for God and a gifting to be a good listener and thus a good mentor that really counts the most.

Interested in learning more …

You can join the Australian team from
From other countries, we recommend you visit .

How the message of “” came about.

September 26th, 2010, posted in mentoring, project is a web site developed to help Campus Crusade for Christ Australia in building a team of volunteers who can assist in the online mentoring of spiritual seekers.  This is one of the most rewarding and life transforming ministries you can get involved in.  This is the story of how the message of this web site came about.