Outreach Media is a non-denominational Christian organisation that exists to "promote Jesus". Our hope is that the whole world will know Jesus as Lord and saviour. The most significant undertaking of Outreach Media to date is the work of Outreach Posters.
Using Digital Media to reach the world
In August, the 5-billionth digital device was connected to the Internet! Digital media are changing our world for ever. The majority of mobile phone and computer users live outside the West. This offers a growing range of opportunities for online outreach and discipleship. Internet Evangelism Day, advocate ministry for digital outreach, has produced an Open Letter to Missions to highlight this dramatic potential around the world
We partner with nearly 120 churches from over 12 denominational groups around Australia to produce and deliver thought provoking Christian posters on a monthly basis.
We aim to engage people each month with an insight into the Christian faith.
Outreach Posters have played a significant role in the lives of numerous people. Many will testify that it was a poster that was a catalyst to learn more about Jesus and the meaning of his death and resurrection.
Our posters have not gone unnoticed by the wider community. Over the years some campaigns have caught the attention of the media. In fact some of the more "controversial" posters have generated comment around the world.
We hope they provoke and challenge you to get to know the real Jesus.
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Message: The Bible - See how God saves people
People often say, 'Why should I believe in Bible miracles if I can't see them?'
It's a fair question. But it's worth pondering whether or not you'd actually want to be there when they took place. Would you really want to, for example, be with the huge Israelite nation fleeing Egypt in the hot desert chased by the most powerful army in the known world at the time? The Egyptian army's chariots were killing machines and their cavalry fast and expert. The Bible tells us the Israelites were terrified. Would you really want to be with them as they walked through those parted waters of the Red Sea, huge walls of water buttressed on either side by a majestic act of God? Would you really want to witness this great sign and wonder from the front row? Which would you fear more, the water closing in on you or that terrible army at your heels? The Bible records that the Israelites were so terrified that they pleaded with Moses to go back to Egypt where they'd been slaves. Oppressed, persecuted, slaves with a Pharaoh who liked to kill their children. Probably most people would prefer to sit that miracle out.