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Our Vision
That people might hear and understand God's Word in their heart language, especially those who are oral communicators and those who do not have Scriptures in a form they can access.
Our Mission
In partnership with the church, to effectively communicate the Good News of Jesus Christ by means of culturally appropriate audio and audio-visual materials in every language.

Our name comes from the fusion of two ideas important to us. Indigenous because it reflects our desire for locally-generated strategies that work in each generation, language and culture. Digital because we believe digital tools, resources, platforms and strategies can accelerate God’s mission.

The Mobile Ministry Forum is a network of ministry organizations that are working together to use mobile technology for the advance of the Good News of Jesus Christ.

World by Radio is an association of international Christian broadcasting organizations who are committed to seeing that every man, woman and child on earth is provided the opportunity to turn on a radio to hear the gospel of Jesus Christ in a way and language they can understand so they can become responsible members of His Church. World by Radio grew out of the original World by 2000 commitment made September 10, 1985. It is a joint commitment by international missionary radio broadcast ministries


Africa by Radio is a body of Christian broadcasters unified by an agreed strategy, supporting God’s plan for Africa. We are committed to seeing thatevery man, woman and child in Africa is provided the opportunity to turn on a radio and hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ in a way and language they can understand, so they can become responsible members of His Church.

The Association of Christian Media’s purpose is to be an authority that inspires, serves and supports Christian Media in Southern Africa.

Radio Africa Network (RAN) helps to establish locally owned and operated radio stations run by Christians in Africa. RAN works in conjunction with the local church and other media related organizations to promote the opportunity for like-minded people to combine their efforts to reach a specific people group through radio.


Formed in 1978, Christian Media Australia is the peak industry body representing Christian Media communicators in Australia. CMA celebrates its 35th anniversary in 2013, a significant legacy of influence, but the best is yet to come.
CMA’s Vision: To see Jesus made known through media & the arts
CMA’s Mission: To serve members and Christians in media and the arts through advocacy, empowering creativity, unity and excellence; to see the hope of Jesus communicated to Australia & beyond.

EMDC is a multi-agency consultation that meets alternately in Asia and Europe.
Minority language workers in the Eurasia region meet with media specialists
(Radio, TV, Internet, Mobile, Social Media), IT Technicians, recording specialists,
graphic artists, digital publishers and specialists in Orality and Ethno-Arts.


The Fellowship of European Broadcasters (FEB) connects European Christian Broadcasters and Individuals involved in Broadcasting and Communications with our “Global Media Partners” throughout the world.

Latin America

Servir a la Iglesia y a los medios masivos de Iberoamérica con paradigmas de Unidad, Santidad, Eficiencia y Excelencia para elcumplimiento de la Gran Comisión en todo el mundo .

North America

National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) is a non-partisan, international association of Christian communicators whose member organizations represent millions of listeners, viewers and readers. Our mission is to advance biblical truth; to promote media excellence; and to defend free speech. In addition to promoting standards of excellence, integrity, and accountability, NRB provides networking, educational, ministry, and fellowship opportunities for its members.

United Kingdom

'To serve and encourage the Christian Broadcasting industry; to encourage the production of quality Christian programming in the media through prayer, events and practical support; to work towards Kingdom consensus and unity among media practitioners.'