Dissertation for Doctor of Ministry degree at Asbury Theological Seminary

This research project explores mass communication-related dynamics in latter twentieth century America, reviews Christians’ use of mass communications technologies up through the twentieth century, and examines select Internet experiences to offer suggestions to Christians seeking to employ digital communications tools in ministry in the twenty-first century.

The project encompassed a four-year period between 1998 and 2001 and included three-years of focused interaction with thirty-three flagship and representative organizations from fourteen states and twenty-six cities nationwide. It additionally incorporates the Internet-related interactions of the author with nearly eleven hundred people representing more than 450 organizations and forty states.

© 2002 Kenneth Lynn Lewis, Jr.