Few of us would have imagined that our lives would be radically disrupted when 2020 began. Even as recently as the beginning of March, would any of us have predicted that we would be advised against meeting in larger gatherings—even in our churches? While our services are canceled, and even though we cannot meet in person, we can still prioritize studying the Word of God together with our families and communities.
That’s why Lifeway is providing Bible study content from the current quarter of Explore the Bible for all ages to churches, groups, and families digitally during this uncertain season.
Why Digital Curriculum?
Whether you normally use print or digital resources from Lifeway, this new enhanced digital curriculum experience makes discipleship during social distancing easy, allowing you to:
- Share via email or social media
- Access on computers, tablets, and smartphones
- Customize with your own content, discussion questions, etc.
- Use with discipleship groups via Google Hangouts, Facebook Live, or Zoom Meetings
- Print and deliver to those who cannot access digitally
(And if you’re not sure how to host on online group, we have training for that available here.)
How Does it Work?
Using this digital curriculum is simple! Here’s what you need to do:
Set up your church’s organization. In order to share this digital curriculum with your people, you will need to create a Ministry Grid organization that allows you to organize and share curriculum.
View and customize your sessions. The digital curriculum provided is completely customizable to fit your church’s context. You can add additional teaching components, activities, discussion questions, downloadable items—anything that will help your people grow in their understanding of God’s Word.
Share curriculum with groups and families to access at home. Once the curriculum is ready to share, send your people an email from within the platform, or share a link and they will receive the digital curriculum on any device.
Focusing on a Firm Foundation in Uncertain Times
We might be experiencing disruption in our daily lives, but that doesn’t mean our study of God’s Word needs to be. Keep focused on the whole truth, book by book, by clicking here today.