Mobile Evangelist Offers Bible Messaging Service

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Mfaith delivers the Word of God to mobile phones.

In North America, a text messaging service is spreading the word of God to mobile phones. Each day, a selected Bible verse is sent to subscribers from a text messaging service called Mfaith produced by Gary Brooks who some call a "Mobile Evangelist."

Brooks is CEO of SMS Media Group, a mobile messaging company that develops all kinds of SMS applications, but the Mfaith service holds a special place in his heart. "It doesn't matter who you are; everyone can relate to the Scriptures we send," says Brooks. "Do not be misled: Bad company corrupts good character 1Cor 15:33;" and "It is to a man's honor to avoid strife, but every fool is quick to quarrel - Prov 20:3" are the types of messages subscribers receive.

"It's an uplifting experience in the middle of a busy workday. It reminds you who you are. It teaches and instructs. It's like having a pipeline to the scriptures. I look forward to what it says everyday." These are some of the comments from the thousands of subscribers who receive Mfaith every day.

A new line of free wallpaper images for Mfaith subscribers' cell phones that include pictures of angels, crosses, and majestic sceneries with select verses are being added to the service. "The wallpapers are just another way that we are spreading our inspirational content to people's phones," says Gary Brooks.

You can subscribe to the service by going to

About SMS Media Group, Inc. (SMSMG):

SMS Media Group (SMSMG) is a mobile media company specializing in opt-in SMS communications to cell phones, otherwise known as "text messaging." SMSMG's web-based mobile messaging solution,, allows businesses to create, deliver and track text message campaigns to cell phones. The company also has an ad-serving system called Ads2Cell that drops tagline advertisements onto its client's text messaging content. Existing content on the SMSMG network offer religion, news, weather, shopping, and other content alerts. Mobile users can subscribe to content offerings by visiting the network.


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