In this episode of the Lausanne Movement Podcast, Simon Seow & Matthew Niermann explore how critical shifts in technology have provided the global church with unprecedented outreach opportunities. These opportunities enable the sharing of the gospel with people on every corner of the planet. Today, 60% of the world’s population have access to the internet. Simon encourages Christians to harness the power of their digital spaces for spreading the good news of Jesus. He highlights the potential for digital evangelism and emphasises the importance of missional collaboration in the digital age.
If you are a Christian who seeks to be a part of the acceleration of global mission, then this podcast is for you.
Simon is passionate about bringing the unchanging gospel to a changing generation. His journey in ministry began with the launch and leadership of the Creative Communications (encompassing music, film, arts, and digital) ministry team at Cru Singapore. Simon also co-founded Indigitous and now serves as a Senior Digital Strategist within the Global Digital Strategies Vice-President team of Cru, based in Orlando.
Matthew Niermann has served the Lausanne Movement since 2010 in a variety of roles including research and operations. He is currently serving as the director of the State of the Great Commission Report for Lausanne 4. In addition, he serves as a dean and professor of architectural design at California Baptist University, where his research partially focuses on the relationship between creativity and Christian witness.