With the trend toward church attendance becoming less and less frequent, even among committed Christians, it’s more important than ever to have a strong digital presence.
So even when families aren’t at church, they still have the tools to disciple their kids and stay connected.
That being said, I highly recommend creating a strategy before rolling out your own digital content.
We use Sundays and Mondays to give families content to help them grow spiritually.
We use Thursdays to challenge families to participate in personal evangelism with 1 other family.
And on Fridays, we give volunteers content to help them grow as kid’s leaders, so they have a couple days to read the article before Sunday.
If you already have a strategy, awesome, if you don’t, make sure you think through a strategy before you begin.
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