The world’s first international competition for Christian resources on the Internet has been launched in Germany.
The annual competition is sponsored by the Evangelical Church in Germany and by the Association for Protestant Media. It is open to anybody with a Christian presence on the World Wide Web — the user-friendly side of the Internet which permits the transmission of text, images, sound and even video.
An 11-member jury in Hanover, Germany will award a first-place prize of $2,000. The award is called the WebFish, named for the fish symbol used by early Christians. “We hope to be a Protestant voice on the Internet, helping to make links to Christians in the world-wide church and building up a network with many addresses, said Bishop Klaus Engelhardt, presiding bishop of the Evangelical Church in Germany.
For more information, send e-mail to [email protected], or point your web browser to www.ekd.de/webfish/english.html.
— E.P. News