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Digital Discipleship & Evangelism: How to Be Church in a Digital World
with Jaime Domm

6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Tuesdays –  August 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th


The Greater Milwaukee Synod is thrilled to welcome Jamie Domm, author of the book “Digital Discipleship & Evangelism,” for a four-session series about how to be the Church in a digital world. She will help empower us with practical tools for living out our mission in this new, digital landscape.

This series will be held on four successive Tuesdays in August, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm, via Zoom. Register once, and you will have access to all four sessions. There is no cost for this event.

If you have to miss a week, recordings of the sessions will be available to all registered participants. We strongly encourage rostered and lay leaders to attend together.

Click the button below to register.  Scroll below for more information on the topics to be covered, and for biographical information about our host, Jamie Domm.


Tuesday, August 4th – The Digital Discipleship & Evangelism Model

  • Why Digital Discipleship and Evangelism is Needed (important stats)
  • The Model explained
  • Generating Global Impact
  • The Seeker’s Journey
  • Understanding Your Audience
  • Digital Tools
  • Who is Part of the Digital Discipleship & Evangelism Team
  • Branding and Website Tips

Tuesday, August 11th  – The role of Creators

  • What is the role of Creators?
  • Content as Mission
  • Following Jesus’ Example
  • Basics of Content Creation & Strategy

Tuesday, August 18th – The role of Engagers & Digital Disciples

  • What is the role of Engagers?
  • Community in the Digital Space
  • 360° Community Care
  • Practical Tips for Digital Discipleship & Engagement

Tuesday, August 25th – The role of Distributors

  • What is the role of Distributors?
  • Digital Door-Knocking
  • Magnifying your Reach through Partnerships & Pods
  • Social Media Advertising

About our host, Jamie Domm:

Jamie Domm photoJamie Domm has over 14 years’ experience in developing and implementing results-focused digital marketing strategies for nonprofits. Mrs. Domm works as a digital marketing consultant, helping a variety of clients realize their goals through digital technologies. Most recently, she worked at the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists for four years as the digital strategist for a new department, Social Media + Big Data, that connects members and mission through technology. During her time at the North American Division, she developed social media policies, devised comprehensive digital strategies for major initiatives, trained departments, and ministries to run their own digital communications, helped launch new digital ministries, promoted conferences and events to increase attendance, and created an extensive resource website (SDAdata.org) for individuals, churches, conferences, and organizations interested in digital evangelism. Previously, Mrs. Domm worked at Smithsonian Associates, the world’s largest museum-based education program, where she contributed significantly to the Associates’ becoming revenue-neutral for the first time in 50 years. While with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra earlier in her career, she received national recognition for her work in the emerging field of digital strategy, and the orchestra was recognized for its technological achievements in communications.

Mrs. Domm is dedicated to creating digital disciples and believes that the next Great Awakening will be online. She conducts online trainings, speaks at conferences, and advocates for young digital missionaries. Committed to training and mentoring young people, she offers guidance and coaching to those interested in digital communications or evangelism.

Mrs. Domm is also an accomplished musician, a student of the Bible, and an avid reader. She was baptized into the Seventh-day Adventist church in 2007 and lives with her husband and daughter in Virginia. She frequently appears as a panelist on “Hope Sabbath School.”


August 4, 2020
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, repeating until August 25, 2020