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Three main resources used for TechMin Workshop – PDF handout, laptop and mobile phone
Small group work
EHC Direcctor Rev. Aaron Nikkie participating in the workshop
Also on an international EHC world, it would be a professional way to present what the Lord is doing in PNG to other EHC centers in the world. One of the regional coordinator who took both the basic computer and the TechMin course said that short videos clips are a great way to tell stories in our oral culture when evangelizing or setting up inroads to do discipleship work.
Small group participation consisted of two main areas; of developing media and selecting appropiate strategy to share the media produced.
Ps. Bonny trying out the FM station
We commend the nationals who have answered the call to be missionaries in their own country with the challenge of the rugged terrain and the 800 plus cultures and belief systems with all the other daily challenges of life in a country like PNG. Now given that situation, the promise of Jesus’ presence becomes a solid foundation to keep on going when times are rough.
We are privileged that even though our team may not go but we will continue to be part of EHC’s yearly DTS training with a very specific goal. The goal is to train the missionaries to be equipped so that they can capture testimonies out in the field with decent quality and give quality audio, video and pictorial reports and testimonies of what the Lord is doing to the director and the staff at headquarters in Mt Hagen.
All these can be done using mobile phones; and that is what the team did at the recent TechMin workshop at Every Home for Christ base in Hagen.
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