Our Most-Read Blogs from 2020!

Happy new year! As we start off the new year, we are revisiting our most popular blog topics from 2020. If you are new to the blog, or hoping to catch up on some of our key topics, welcome! Some of our most popular blog posts address pertinent topics like supporting parents, localising content, planning for successful ministry using digital tools, and adapting to changing times. Read on for a refresher on our most-read posts from 2020.

  1. Localisation — Delivering Relevant Lessons

“Contextualisation is the work of communicating unchangeable truths in understandable ways to ever-changing cultural context with the expectation that God will save.” — John Rimmer

Visit this blog post for a reminder on the 5 questions to consider when localising content as well as the five steps you can take today as a ministry to localise your content.

2. Voices of Hope — Where are the Parents?

With the current circumstances, the role that parents and guardians play in the lives of their children is becoming paramount and we as teachers of the Word to Children need to help parents see this.

Do parents know their God given mandate in bringing up their children?

Do parents know how to help their children grow spiritually?

How can we as ministers support parents to raise their children in the fear of God?

What am I doing to help the parents of the children I minister to, raise them in godly ways?

Revisit this post for the 5 areas we can focus on to support parents

3. Utilizing Zoom for Children’s Ministry

As we continue to navigate our new normal, many churches and Christian organisations are embracing the use of digital tools to make sure the work of sharing the gospel does not stop. Many parents are looking for channels where their children can be ministered to and discipled while at home.

As we adapt our ministry work with children, we believe that we can remain effective by taking advantage of the technological tools presently available to us. We still believe in the opportunities for innovation and growth in ministry in a time of disruption to reach, rescue, root, and release this emerging generation into the dream of God for their lives.

Visit this blog post to access a Zoom training on some of the advanced features you can utilise for your ministry.

We hope and pray that as you reflect on these blog posts from 2020, that you are reminded of what God is doing in your own ministry and where He will take you in 2021. Were any of our 2020 blog posts useful to you in your ministry? What content or topics would you like to see us cover in 2021? We would love to hear back from you! Fill in this 2 minute survey to help us continue to serve you better as you continue to reach, rescue, root and release the children on our continent into God’s dream for their lives.

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We are committed to reach, rescue, root, and release this emerging generation in Africa into the dream of God for their lives. info@414africa.com

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