WHY MEDIA SPOTLIGHT?
When Media Spotlight began in 1977, we were the first ministry on a national scale to specifically address the ungodly nature of the secular media, particularly in motion pictures, television, toys, games, and a myriad of other problems that contribute to Christians living no differently than the rest of the world.
The mass media have impacted the Body of Christ as much as they have society. Many Christians are so dependent upon the media that they aren't aware of how lukewarm they have become. We have many testimonies from readers who tell us that, because of Media Spotlight, they have become aware of the effect the media have on their thinking, and are now more selective in their choices.
But the problem of ungodliness is not
exclusive to the secular media. One of our major concerns
is the religious media which present messages contrary to
God's Word. Media Spotlight addresses the impact that
religious teachers have upon the believer, for good as
well as for evil.
Media Spotlight does not sell its magazines or special reports. We offer them on a free-will offering basis. However, in order to offer them to you through this Web site we must charge a minimal amount of $2.00 per item to cover the use of the PayPal system and part of our mailing expense. If you would like to receive any of our printed publications, click on the links to the left and peruse our categories of available items. You have the opportunity to donate to the ministry, if you choose to do so, by clicking on the "Make A Donation" link.
We do offer for sale at discounted prices certain books and videos that we believe offer instruction and information that is vital to the Body of Christ. Click on the link on the left that offers these items, and you will be directed to Sword Publishers, an arm of Media Spotlight Ministries.
Links to other Web sites from within our publications are there for information purposes only. We do not necessarily endorse any of the material found on those Web sites. Neither Media Spotlight nor Sword Publishers have pop-up windows associated with our Web sites. If you encounter any pop-up windows other than through the PayPal payment system and our PDF reports, please notify us so that we may take any action necessary to have them removed.
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