Jesus.net Wants To Make The Christian Gospel Freely Accessible On The Internet

Jesus.net is an international organization engaged in Christian evangelism and discipleship on the Internet. In its network, it has more than sixty Christian organizations and ministries who assist it with its mission of making the Christian Gospel freely accessible on the internet for every single person in the world.

Arje de Vroome of Jesus.net explains that without the work of the volunteers they have, they wouldn't be having the kind of impact their websites are having globally. Every few seconds, someone in the world decides that he or she wants to know Jesus and this is where Jesus.net and its volunteers come in to help people grow in their faith.

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It all started back in 2005 when a group of friends decided to invite their friends to join them in what has turned out to be an amazing adventure, Jesus.net. Since the first initiative, over 60 ministry partner organizations have committed themselves to collaborating together for a common purpose. Furthermore, not only have organizations joined, but individuals are giving their time and effort to the Jesus.net cause.

Over the years, hard work has gone into building out the foundation for the strategy and creating various pathways to support Internet users in their journey to find God and to be connected to local communities. All this is thanks to the volunteers and partners that work with Jesus.net.

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