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James D. Morgan / Getty ImagesA church in Cremorne with a sign suspending services but urging more prayers on March 25, 2020, in Sydney, Australia. (James D. Morgan / Getty Images)
As the coronavirus focuses millions around the world on something other than the latest triviality, the digital ministry Global Media Outreach is reporting an unprecedented spike in conversions and individuals seeking to begin a conversion journey.
“God is working,” Jeff Gowler, president of the organization, told The Christian Post. “It’s just one piece of amazing evidence of what God is able to do in the lives of people, particularly that are willing to seek him, through the internet.”
The group says that in response to the uncertainty of the times, people are seeking the certainty of hope offered by Christianity.
“Fear is a natural response to a situation like this that none of us have encountered before,” Global Media Outreach founder and chairman Walt Wilson said in a statement to The Post.
Today in #COVID19 Prayer Week, we would like to pray for our fellow believers. We are currently living in a world that is unlike anything we have experienced, and we have a major opportunity to be beacons of light in this world. Will you commit to pray for one another today? pic.twitter.com/ig414cE95F
— GlobalMediaOutreach (@WitnessToAll) March 25, 2020
Over the last year, we’ve served up nearly 10 million Gospel Presentations to Arabic-speaking people. No power of darkness will prevail against the Lord!#WitnessToAll #evangelism #God #growth pic.twitter.com/2CwRqjeZbY
— GlobalMediaOutreach (@WitnessToAll) March 24, 2020
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