The Viral Gospel

October 2, 2004



[virus]A small thing, by itself, may seem insignificant. A little cell. But what if the cell were a virus? If it multiplies successfully, it can bring down an entire body. Now what if it spreads beyond into the body’s surrounding social network? And what if it spreads from one social network to another? A small thing can change the world.

Step 1: Watch the Sarah McLachlan video World on Fire.
Step 2: Go over to Mike Todd’s post about The Gospel Experiment. Follow the instructions. It’s OK, Mike works with relief organizations and knows what he’s doing.
Step 3: Post about this on your own blog. Tell a friend. Spread the virus.



Jon Reid

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As an American missionary kid who grew up in Japan, I'm a child of two cultures, while not fully belonging to either. This gives me a sightly different view of the world.

4 responses to The Viral Gospel

  1. The Gospel Experiment: Don’t Just Sit There

    Well, I’ve been officially inspired. First, at the behest of this random blog entry I found tonight, I watched the Sarah McLachlan “world on fire” video (requires iTunes and takes you directly to the download page if you don’t already

  2. The Gospel Experiment influence is spreading

    It was nice to get a shout from Jon Reid as the “random stranger” who was the only person to his knowledge who had responded to his Gospel Experiment post. Jon sounds a little discouraged in his post, but he

  3. The Gospel Experiment

    In Jen’s post below about Sarah McLachlan, she forgot to mention about The Gospel Experiment. Normally I’m not that big on religion in general, but I thought this was an interesting idea. If you’ve got $10 to donate, Mike would appreciate it. …