That evening I sat down with Joe Pearson (whom I later married), and we brainstormed the various possibilities. Being a missionary kid from Taiwan who is active on the Internet and anxious to have a part in impacting society, Joe was probably the best person with whom to talk (though I admit he's my husband and I'm probably biased). From our brainstorming time, information retrieved by Dr. Hunt at a conference on the topic, and my own Internet wanderings, I composed the paper that follows.
Given the content of the paper, I was convinced that it should be available online. Thanks to Joe Pearson and Web Publishers, anyone may now access this paper through the WWW.
Again, I would like to thank Dr. Everett Hunt, Jr., Joe Pearson, Web Publishers, and the many who have gone before me to provide the resources from which I drew in writing this paper. I have done my best to give credit where credit is due, and I have provided links to all the Web Sites I used in writing this paper, and then some.
I welcome anyone's feedback. Let me know if this is a useful resource, and feel free to share other ideas of how the use of the Internet could impact the world of missions.