Internet Campus News

Internet Campus Impact

I love being the pastor of our Internet Campus, and I love the people who gather there each week. It’s an eclectic group from all over the United States (as well as a few from other parts of the world), and I get to listen to the stories as we see people’s lives impacted by God. It’s amazing.

Some people who log on there are just checking out our church before they visit. Others are attending because they’re sick, home with a new baby, or home bound. Some attend because they are Deaf, and we offer ASL interpreted worship services. Even though it’s different from traditional methods, God is meeting people there.

Let me give you one recent example:

Last week I made a follow up phone call to a young woman who lives out of state but attends online each week and wants to start serving through our Internet Campus.* After a short conversation with her, I realized that she hadn’t committed her life to Christ, and I got to lead her to the Lord. Since then, we’ve connected a couple of times, she’s going to be visiting Faith Promise over the Christmas holidays, and I’m scheduled to baptize her during the service when we do the recording for iCampus. Amazing.

While some are suspicious and fearful of this kind of ministry, we see both the current impact and the future potential. Because of that (and a group of people who have stepped up to the plate in service), I’m very pleased to announce that beginning this Sunday, our iCampus will now feature three service times: 10 am, 11:45 am, and 9:00 pm.

I couldn’t be more thrilled.

Please join with me in praying that God would continue to bless this online ministry – to impact lives for His Glory alone.


*In case you don’t know, we have online greeters, prayer volunteers, administrators, and soon we’ll have our first online small group. There’s room for more, so shoot me an email or drop a comment on here, if you’re interested.

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4 thoughts on “Internet Campus News

  1. Thanks to your staff and you my family can see PC on the internet. My mom enjoys to. Thanks icampus staff for all you do. Love you guys!

  2. Mike, thanks for the comment and the encouragement. Glad that they’re able to join us online.

    I’m the only staff person who is directly responsible for the iCampus, but:

    1) worship tech guys like Phil Bledsoe, Justin Truluck, and Matt James each play a big part in making sure the video and sound work well

    2) a volunteer web developer named Brad Roberts worked with me to build the iCampus

    3) our great weekend tech volunteers on cameras and lights, worship teams, and choir give us something worth showing.

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