E-Church Project holds Wi-Fi worship, to populate cyberspace with gospel
E-church Project, an online platform that aims at helping churches gain online presence and leverage on technology tools will on March 26 hold a programme tagged, Wi-Fi Worship Lagos.
The event, which is to hold at Ndubuisi Kanu Park, Mobolaji Johnson Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos is powered by Neo-Skill Consulting, Wi-fi powered by Swift Network and supported by Neo-Skill Consulting, iT360 Magazine, Denits Project, RaveTV and a host of other organisations.
The Managing Director of E-Church Project, Seyi Olaleye, said at a press briefing that the programme is aimed at creating awareness among churches and Christians on the need to depopulate the Internet of offensive contents.
He observed that the Internet has become the harbinger of evil and a corrupting influence on the vast majority of people noting however that the church has a responsibility to turn the tide.
“The church has the gospel, the good news. The church has what it takes to make the Internet what it should be. But the church is doing little about putting godly materials online thereby allowing agents of darkness to operate freely with junk and uninspiring contents”
He explained further that his organisation was poised to change the paradigm. “We want to use Wi-Fi technology to spread the word and the good things in the Church as well as social channels such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, among others.”
According to him, “Lagos State’s Wi-Fi Worship is focused on celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ and populating the cyberspace with the message of Easter.”
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