Most of us hear about the opportunity for a ministry app customized for us and we get excited. But then we begin to wonder whether or not this will work for our ministry. These concerns usually boil down to one of two things: the people we minister to and the size of our ministry. The first issue usually boils down to whether or not we think that our members would use an app. Honestly some of the people who walk through our doors are less tech savvy than others. But as we have seen in previous posts, the numbers overwhelmingly show we live in a mobile world that is centered on apps. So even in the most rural of churches or the most urban, most people still have smart phones and use apps. The second issue deals with the size of church. Our churches come in various sizes. But they all are ministering in the same world and all have the same calling to build disciples in that world. So even in a smaller church we still need to equip those whom we minister to so that they can go out and build disciples. And because of the world we are living in, apps are becoming the most cost effective and powerful way to go about this. Now I know some of our budgets are smaller, but don't you think there is someone out there who can go out and give the $100 or $24.95 a month to to get this great resource into people's hands so they can more effectively reach out to the world around them? I believe so, but even if not we must do what it takes to equip others to go out and build disciples and no investment or sacrifice is too great to make sure that this happens.