Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) June 25, 2011 -- Many people are searching for a connection to God on the Internet. Google statistics report that about 6,000 people a month search a variation of the phrase "how to become a Christian," and there are millions of other searches for things like Bible study, Christian quotes, and faith sharing tools. Finding spiritual direction on the Internet can be a difficult task. Searching Google for "How to become a Christian" returns over 21 million results. Internet evangelists are building websites to direct these searching millions toward personal explanations of the Christian faith.
Just33minutes.com is a website dedicated to providing encouragement to Christians who are looking for ways to share their faith with others while at the same time offering all of the foundational Christian guidance needed for unbelievers to fully understand the Christian faith. This website provides basic information on knowing God, steps for new believers to follow, Bible study materials, inspiring Christian quotes, videos, and a wealth of other tools most Christians will find useful. The goal is to get believers to use the site as a faith sharing tool by using links to the site in emails, on their Facebook page, MySpace page, or via Twitter.
Without question, the Internet can be a sticky trap that pulls people away from God and at the same time it can serve as an awesome tool to bring millions to an understanding they may have missed. This information age we live in can be as much a curse as it is a blessing. Big tents and charismatic preachers may be a thing of the past as the ability to reach all the world with the click of a mouse is now available via the Internet. In many ways, the Internet is the Wild West of thoughts and ideas that is ripe for sites like just33minutes.com to invade with a spiritual message pointing toward God.