How many times per week does something like this happen to you? You’re preparing to leave the house. You grab your car keys, direct your kids to their shoes, pour your coffee into your travel mug, and then shuffle off in the wrong direction, only to look up and realize you’re in the wrong room and have absolutely no idea why. You look around, can’t remember, then head back to the kitchen to grab your things and realize in the process you’ve set your keys down somewhere else. After a few moments, the fog clears, you tell yourself you’ve got too much on your mind, and then you’re on your way. If this feeling is familiar, you’re not alone.
We all need one less thing to think about. And yet, some things, like discipleship, are far too important to ignore. This is the dilemma faced by church leaders just like you who juggle and multi-task responsibilities while trying to ensure nothing important falls through the cracks. We could all use something new in our rhythm to help us better manage what matters. When it comes to discipleship, we’ve got something new that might help.
A New Way to Disciple Your Church Digitally
Explore the Bible is pleased to announce that we are now offering digital curriculum subscriptions. This means that you can provide the same great Bible study content you trust to disciple your adults, students, and kids, but with the added benefits of automatic delivery and additional monthly savings.
The process is simple: just tell us how many people on average will use the curriculum in each ministry age group, choose a package of resources to provide—basic (i.e. everything you need) and plus (extra tools to go deeper)—and subscribe. Each month, we’ll automatically deliver the right resources to you, your leaders, and your group members. And that’s it! You can make changes any time, but otherwise, all you have to do is subscribe once and let us handle the rest, so you can focus on your people.
Here are three reasons why digital Bible study curriculum is ideal for your church and ministry:
Digital curriculum is discipleship your way.
Digital Bible study curriculum features the same great, trustworthy Bible study content you rely on from printed studies, but with added flexibility. Need to get a leader guide to a substitute teacher the night before? Just click a button. Group member—or teenager—leave their book at home? Send a copy to their phone (which they almost certainly won’t forget).
Digital curriculum goes where your people are.
While it has long been convenient to have resources that worked in a variety of environments (Sunday School, small groups, home groups, etc.), 2020 has brought new meaning to the word “flexible.” The truth is, times are unpredictable, but digital curriculum ensures you can put the discipleship resources you want in the hands of every leader, group member, and family in your church, no matter where they are, and all with a simple click of a button.
Digital curriculum is practical.
The truth is, you’re busy enough as it is. Digital curriculum is not only easy to customize, but it’s also easy to share with your leaders, simple to adjust your order month-to-month, and it saves you money. With automatic renewals each month, you have one less thing to think about, and get back more bandwidth and resources to focus on your ministry, your family, and your own spiritual development.
Digital curriculum subscriptions are a new way of thinking about how you equip your people for discipleship. The mission is the same, but the means are new. And there’s simply never been a better time to give it a try. To learn more, click here.
Dana James says
“Digital subscriptions starting as low as $20.00 per month.” What does that mean? Per leader or student? Per curriculum? Per church? Per group of a designated number?
Dwayne McCrary says
The article points you to this link https://goexplorethebible.com/digital which includes a chart explaining the options and what is in each option.