A Step-By-Step guide for using Wi-Fi media boxes at your event
Author: Martin Lange (2020)

“While stacks of the newly published Scriptures awaited eager buyers, those embracing the digital age were not forgotten. Five Wi-Fi hubs had been set up at various locations around the stadium. A large vinyl banner promoted the availability of a free Bible app and other Scripture resources for those who connected to these units.”

This step-by-step guide explores how to effectively share Scripture apps, videos, audio, images, and documents through the use of Wi-Fi hubs generically referred to as “Wi-Fi media boxes.” These units show up on a user’s device as a Wi-Fi network, but there is no actual Internet connection. Instead, the content offered is only what the owner has loaded into the memory of the unit.

Learning from past mistakes and omissions, the goal of this paper is to provide practical steps and ideas for using Wi-Fi media boxes to optimize opportunities for digital Scripture distribution at large community events such as Bible dedications.

The guide is available for download in English, Spanish and French.

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