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Plunder the Egyptians eBook

In this eBook, learn how to use media and technology to elevate your children and youth ministry. Discover how you can serve God using simple and inexpensive ...

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In this eBook, learn how to use media and technology to elevate your children and youth ministry. Discover how you can serve God using simple and inexpensive tools to spread His Glory through your ministry. The Israelites were slaves in Egypt for 400 years, but God's plan always prevails! Exodus says, "The Lord has made the Egyptians favorably disposed toward the people, and they gave them what they asked for; so they plundered the Egyptians." So was it 400 years of slavery or 400 years of Egypt saving up for Israel? That is what this series of books is about. I believe God wants us to plunder the Egyptians. I believe the knowledge the Israelites gained while helping in Egyptian construction projects served them well when it came time to build cities and synagogues! Intellectual plundering. You have no doubt deployed worldly technology in your ministry. However, the secret to use them effectively is to use them in combination and in the proper sequence. In every Book of this series, you will follow the simple Plan-Do-Check-Adjust implementation model. In this edition (Book 1 of 4), you will learn how to build a web site from scratch without having to know any programming, create a social network page for your ministry and leverage the power of search profiles and free teleconferencing! Later books expand on this foundation and describe how to fully engage video, podcasting, and other emerging technologies.

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Version: 1.0

Size: 11 MB

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Price: 0,89 €

Developed by D2Phillips

Day of release: 0000-00-0

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