An introduction to Mobile Journalism for LAIF FM
This unique training reflects the social media platforms available and the enthusiasm of digital natives who have the heart to serve the Lord in ministry. As technology for the Church in PNG, we covered specific areas related to Mobile Journalism (MOJO) to train participants in utilising the latest mobile applications available for mobile ministry. The notes on “Mobile Ministry Made Easy” were the main resource material for this training. The material covers the different strategies and applications available to develop resources to target mobile phone users.
Issac Fingu and Julie Korikoria testing out the new mobile apps during practical session.
Robyn is a former NBC announcer working with LaifFM as staff and mentor for the young staff members.
The ordinary Hebrew word for prophet is nabi meaning “to bubble forth” like a fountain. In summary, it means the one who announces or pours forth the declarations of God. In the English context, the original Greek word is ‘profetes’ or commonly known as interpreter for someone or for a god. Thus, the challenge in Romans 10:14… how can they believe if they have not heard the message? And how can they hear if the message is not been proclaimed? The strategy for this challenge can be addressed by the work of the “Evangelist” as Apostle Paul highlights in Ephesians 4:11. The function of a broadcaster over the airwaves with the use of technology for today’s ministry becomes the pivotal role to minister to today’s generation.
We thank the Lord for the opportunity to deliver the T4M training as we see the importance of equipping the body of Christ. As technology for the Church in PNG we thank the Lord for opening new areas of ministry and continue to look to Jesus for wisdom for the theological and technical resources that He has given to support our partners.
Naomi Fingu, officer with “Living Child” working as a volunteer with Laif FM. Receiving the audio Bible units form MAF Technologies.
As always, we are grateful for our partners and the Lord’s provision to deliver this special training.