Has God pricked your heart?
Are you ready to explore how He might use you in Europe?
The Narnia project has been long in process and is one of the biggest projects eDOT has ever worked on, but I wouldn’t call it the most technological project we have ever done. When it was suggested that I enter it into the Technology for Missions (TFM) Contest at a techie conference (ICCM Europe) I thought, “sure why not?” Inside, though, I wasn’t that confident […]
In Germany, festivals, celebrations and even market days are accompanied by food vendors selling a variety of local beers and bratwurst. And they are good and expected. Beer and brats are staples of the culinary appetite in this part of Germany. Earlier this week we had our “Spring Market” in town, and the usual variety of vendors came to sell their specific wares. Accompanying these […]
During a casual conversation at a recent Greater Europe Mission (GEM) leadership meeting, eDOT was described as an example of a reactive ministry. They didn’t understand eDOT’s core mission and incorrectly assumed that our purpose is to be GEM’s IT department in Europe and that we fix computers. Is eDOT a reactive ministry? A proactive ministry? What’s the difference, and why is it important? To […]