Who we Are
Media for Christ is an outreach ministry that is run by a family of committed Christians. We hold 8-5 jobs and have been putting in many hours to allow this ministry to blossom as the Lord leads.
The primary focus of this ministry is evangelism undergirded by apologetics.
Why we Exist
A part of Jesus’ marching orders was, "Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received, freely give." Shouldn’t there be a way for Christian material - from godly apologists, evangelists, preachers and prophets - to be shared with the church at large? What will be counted as greater obedience to Christ - to keep selling our god-given resources to each other, or giving them away? There is a place for some things that need to be sold, but it should not be the first option. We need an open-source attitude with Christian resources.
It may not work. We've certainly heard every argument why this is not doable. But how about we give it a try? If we are out of our mind, it is for the sake of Christ.
If we get to the end of our lives and the Internet is mostly known as a place to get porn for free and sermons for $5, something’s gone terribly wrong.
The vision is to partner with the local church to reach, and challenge, the skeptic with the credibility of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Media for Christ has a dual mandate - to use DVD resources, and other media, to remove the barriers to the Cross for the skeptic; to prepare Christians to give a reason for the hope within us (I Peter 3:15).
To this end the ministry offers prayerfully selected DVDs - free of cost - that offer answers and evidence for the existence of Jesus Christ and the infallibility of the Word of God, the Bible.
How it Works
All copyrighted DVDs are purchased by us and supplied free of cost to churches - initially around New Zealand and later India, Fiji and other nations – around the globe. The non-copyrighted audio and video messages have been made available courtesy of their respective ministries. These resources are available as a free download. Please refer to the FAQs section of the website for more details.