What to Do After You Watch Resilient: Reaching the Least and the Lost

Article by Melanie Hester March 27, 2020

So you’ve watched the 20-minute trailer for Resilient: Reaching the Least and the Lost, our in-progress documentary exploring what it means to make resilient disciples with a faith that lasts. But now what? What should you do?

As we navigate a season of uncertainty and quarantine, we encourage you to spend time considering and praying over the following questions about your ministry.

What has family engagement previously looked like? How could it look different when we are able to gather again?

As you’ve adjusted your gatherings and/or content to be virtual, what have you learned about your ministry? What is working? Has anything been missing?

How do your kids know that they have a place to belong? Has that been challenged in this season?

Want to better understand how you can bring resilient child discipleship to your home and ministry? Pick up a copy of our new book, Resilient: Child Discipleship and the Fearless Future of the Church, and follow Resilient Disciples on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter to find out how others are doing it.