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John Ankerberg Show Now Offers TV Programs on New Mobile Apps and Online

John Ankerberg Show APPThe John Ankerberg Show recently launched a new effort to offer its television programs through free mobile apps for Apple and Android devices.

Viewers can now watch weekly and archived television programs, download podcasts, and access the ministry’s more than 4,000 articles and other resources from any connected mobile device or smartphone.

The release of these apps is part of the ministry’s global efforts that include future plans to provide a three-year cycle of video programming in the world’s top 20 languages to reach more than 80 percent of all people. With more than five billion people expected to use mobile phones in the next three years, the ministry’s focus has increasingly shifted to making content available for these devices.

“God has given us the tools and technology to literally see the Great Commission fulfilled in our lifetime,” shared Founder and President Dr. John Ankerberg. “We can no longer wait to take the Good News to every person – we are called to share this message in every way possible now.”

To further enhance international evangelism and discipleship, the John Ankerberg Show has also partnered with audio Bible provider and fellow NRB member organization Faith Comes By Hearing (Bible.is) to offer Scripture online and in audio in 817 languages. With more than 56 million listeners in the past year alone, Scripture is literally reaching every corner of the planet.

Published: June 5 , 2014

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