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Each year, millions of people make online decisions for Christ through digital outreach and evangelism ministries. But where do those new converts go from there? How will their newfound faith unfold, and with whom? They often have nowhere to turn for answers. New believers in many parts of the world are confused, alone, and unsupported during the earliest days of their walk with Christ, and this disconnection only continues as time goes on. In fact, 99% of digital Seekers who indicate a faith decision online report that they still aren’t connected to a Christian for discipleship even a full year after conversion.
The Unite Life partnership model integrates technology and human relationships to make discipleship efficient and effective. We connect Seekers around the world to vetted Christian churches within 25 miles of their geographic location, helping guide their progress all the way through to when they get baptized and start sharing their faith. We continue to nurture an individual through their discipleship journey by engaging with them at 2 weeks, 2 months, 6 months, and 12 months, guiding further growth at each juncture and measuring and reporting on their ongoing progress.
Seeker met in-person with a local host/Christian community.
Seeker is reading the Bible at least twice per week.
Confirmed that the seeker prayed for salvation after receiving the gospel from Unite Life and/or an outreach partner.
Seeker is attending a Christian gathering at least twice a month online or in-person.
Seeker has been baptized since being connected.
Seeker is sharing Jesus with others.
I was earning very little, I worked day and night and was depressed due to poverty. I worked very hard to earn a meager livelihood also, my marriage was not good.
I wanted to continue to participate in stable and safe gatherings.
I had a lot of problems and wanted to feel the same love and comfort that my mother felt.
I had the desire to continue growing in my faith and serve a local church. Unfortunately, I could not find a church in my area in Uzbekistan.