In this Information Age, connecting with the rest of the world is just a few hand gestures or voice commands away. Since the year of the infamous Y2K virus, the number of Internet users have quintupled from 360 million in 2000. The World Wide Web spawned more than two billion users in just over a decade, according to RoyalPingdom.com.
Seeing its huge potential to reach countless people across the planet, MCGI launched its first Church website in 1999 and began offering its 24/7 video streaming capabilities the following year. Two years later, AngDatingDaan.org won both the Most Popular Website and People’s Choice Awards in the Philippine Web Awards.
In the years that followed, MCGI then developed more websites to bring to its many online audiences insightful content, relevant features and more interacivity. As its websites reaped similar awards in the following years, the leadership of MCGI notes that the intention in creating websites however remains not to garner laurels, but to be humble online instruments in spreading God’s words to all.
Explore the websites developed and produced for our various constituents globally to learn more about the Bible with God’s help.
Serving Filipinos worldwide with God’s words in Tagalog, this website gives users an accessible platform to view Q & A videos, relive debates, and more about the longest-running religious program in the Philippines, Ang Dating Daan.
Watch Ask Bro. Eli, Truth in Focus, The Old Path and Q & A videos in this website. As the online home of MCGI’s English programs, TheOldPath.TV also brings relevant information to users interested to learn about the radio and television programming and the show’s satellite information. Users may opt to subscribe to the newsletter in order to receive event and other updates from the program.
Meet the Presiding Minister to MCGI through his official website on the World Wide Web. Know more about the life, works, and achievements of this International Evangelist and host of The Old Path.
In response to the growing ministry in South America, MCGI launched this live-streaming and video archive online portal in Portuguese, complementing its satellite and cable television broadcasts in the continent.
Bienvenido! MCGI’s site for Spanish-speaking countries comes packed with Q & A video archives as well as episodes of El Camino Antiguo.
To seize the massive reach of this popular social networking channel, MCGI has launched these fan pages to provide users with relevant updates about MCGI, its leaders, and its programs:
Follow Bro. Eli for answers to questions about faith, not to mention, scripturally-inspired tweets.
Besides giving the freshest Church news and event announcements, these Twitter accounts make up-to-the-minute tweets in Filipino and English respectively, during Worldwide Bible Expositions.
Receive site updates, news and more in 140 characters or less through the the official Twitter handle of MCGI.org.