If a global pandemic has taught us anything, it’s been how to adjust our lives and try new ideas. Side note: it also seems that everything has gone online.
As I’ve had the chance to speak with many churches over the last several months, we’ve discussed how to run everything online, including online videos, online small groups, online Bible studies, and online events. What has been so motivating, even during these strange times, has been the ability to still get together as a church body. The resilience of the church is unmatched.
Bible Studies for Life offered digital curriculum pre-dating Covid, but many churches have taken the opportunity of groups meeting virtually to move all of their curriculum online as well. Having digital studies available to their groups has continued to allow their congregations to grow deeper in their walk with Jesus and with each other. Now, with the integration of Ministry Grid, sharing studies with your group has never been easier. Ministry Grid has simplified the process of delivery, scheduling, and training by having everything in the same place.
“[This] was a great tool for us and was simple to use for our people,” said one church leader and Ministry Grid user. When you decide to move your studies to digital curriculum through Ministry Grid, you are also signing up for more ministry, more control, more value, and more connection. By simplifying the process to get an intentional discipleship plan into the hands of your groups, it allows you to emphasize other aspects of your ministry, like being with your people.