Whereby, I Interview Myself

May 12, 2008 at 8:58 am Leave a comment

You’ve asked some good questions about being an online volunteer M*ss*ionary.  I’ll try to answer them:



Domain: jesus2020.com

State: New York
Zipcode: 11715
Residence: USA
Age: 18-25
Gender: Male
Tell us about your spiritual journey: I just recommitted my life to Christ
Comment/Question: what was jesus’ life like? 
i accepted god into my life since i was 12 and he has really helped me in life.


They come from all over the world…amazing!  Isn’t it?

Were you nervous at first?  Yes.  I was so nervous that I do something to mess up.  I didn’t.  And the staff is great at encouraging.  It is one of the most fulfilling parts of my day.   

When:  Anytime.  It is my “coffee time” most mornings or my bedtime wind-down time.  I count it as part of my time with Jesus as I minister to and pray for others around the world with needs, questions, and concerns.  As I talk with them, I review scriptures to send to them, applying them to people’s daily situations.  Some respond, others do not. 

Time:  I’d say I generally answer an average of 10 per day, in about 10-20 minutes.  But, you can give whatever time you think you can consistently give.   

How do you know what to say?  There are pre-form letters that come up for each person which you can modify to make it easy to get started.  I use them often.  or if I’m short on time. 

Who writes in?  All kinds of people. 

What if I can’t answer a questions?  There is a “reassign” button.  

Do you get to win people to Christ?  Yes.  I’ve even led several people to Christ on-line this year, a great experience.  Others are follow-ups to sites like www.4stepstoGod.com who’ve already made decisions by reading scriptures on-line and need to know how to live a full life in Christ to protect them from other teachings!

Do people across the world have computer access?  Many do at the schools or workplaces, or pay for computer time.   We are now also getting the gospel message to people by cell phone, responding by computer.

How long have you volunteered?  About two years.

Are there language internationally?  Many people around the world who use the net know English!  Very cool.  

How do you deal with other faiths?  Answering them kindly, with truth and grace is better than fears of doing it wrong and not sharing Christ at all. 

What do you do with questions you can’t answer?  Seasoned volunteers are always available.

What if I need to be away from the computer?  Take breaks!  Your assignments can be re-assigned…but, I have answered emails on vacation…I love it that much.  It’s refreshing to see people seeking Christ.  Personally, I also don’t like to lose long relationships with people while I’m away…often they are at “critical points”, and I enjoy continuing to finish out what was started.

Who are community leaders?  They are all great to work with.  They answer any questions, send you emails and tips, encourage you in your own faith-walk, and visit the boards/forum to help answer questions.  They make sure all is well with your group, and provide a level of oversight to make sure people are getting Bible-based advise and counsel. 

Can you be my community leader?  It’s possible right now.  I’m working on my first group now–sign up before I get too full. 

Do you receive training?  Yes, initial and on-going by on-line videos, web conferences, and emails.  But, it’s not time consuming.  It’s efficient and to the point for when you have time.

Culture/differences:  You are more alike than different if you both use the web.  And, there are always training and tips to help you improve.

Email me or comment if you have other questions or are interested in trying it!  It’s free evangelism opportunities.  How can a person resist? 

If you want to try it on your own, here’s the link:  (you’ll need a good reference to sign up):  Becoming an email volunteer.  There are many who need Jesus…we need your skills and gifts!



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