Mormons are mobilizing online. They're blogging. They're posting profiles. They're tweeting apostles' quotes. They're shooting videos (a recent Easter ad amassed more than 5 million Web views). In short, they're proselytizing — and doing so more and more by sitting at a computer rather than knocking on doors.
And some evangelical Christians are worried, so much so that an online ministry is fighting back.
Peter Guirguis, who founded the Not Ashamed of the Gospel blog, recently spelled out five tips for countering the LDS "social media agenda with love."
First, Guirguis asked Christians to pray for Mormons and other lost souls. He also urged readers to "share Jesus" through Twitter and Facebook and to take part in an online evangelism campaign slated for June 8.