28 Nov, 2016 Introducing the YesHeIs FB app

From all that I am aware of online,  it doesn’t get any better than the YesHeIs FB app (and this is not an over-statement). The big question is; how can we become effective in personal witness online? YesHeIs have provided a cutting-edge solution.

As a testimony: These guys have seen an increase in the number of NZers coming to faith in the past year or two – as compared to the number of responders online in Australia. They attribute this change to the Hope Project, which brought about an increased awareness of Christian thought and interest among the secular-public (as well as of outreach among Christians). Those who have responded to the gospel online here have been directed to churches found via the ‘find a church’ map at our 10DayChallenge.co.nz website (with the wise  goal of a human connection, and some conversations over coffee as a starting place). Encouraging huh!

The app: There are many great videos to discover and use via your FB. Read about the app here  – https://yesheis.com/en-nz

  • It is easy to use, and very clever because it is personal and respectful, yet facilitates a journey for those interested.

Learn more in person: Morag Paton from YesHeIs will one of the speakers at the Engage Conference 2017, giving a 15 minute introduction to the app to everyone, and then explaining more about online outreach in a seminar.






DAVE MANN. Dave is an Author and gifted communicator with a passion for the Gospel. This passion started when he came to faith at age 11. After Secondary School he went straight to Bible College, followed by 7 years in outreach ministry in New Zealand, then nearly 9 as a pastor in Singapore, before returning to New Zealand at the end of 2011. Dave is a visionary and fearless about pioneering initiatives aimed at helping the Church in New Zealand in the area of its mission. Author of various books and Tracts including “Because we care”, “That Leaders might last”, “The Elephant in the Room” and available free on this site: “The what and how of Youth and Young Adult ministry”.
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