4 Reasons to Try a Discipleship App

There are apps for almost everything we could physically need or want. I can order a pizza, check my bank account or rent a movie while on my phone standing in line at the grocery store.

But what about spiritual needs – is there an app for that?

Family Christian’s new ministry, iDisciple, is answering with a resounding YES. The new app offers a first-of-its kind discipleship experience, delivering your favorite Christian content from your favorite Christian leaders all in one place on any device. (I was honored to be one of the original contributors of content.)

I received a free trial from iDisciple, and here’s 4 reasons I think you should try it:

Daily Devotions – Three daily devotions are delivered to users from a selection of 20 leading Christian leaders. iDisciple content providers include Craig Groeschel, Andy Stanley, Dennis Rainey, Louie Giglio, Beth Moore and many more.

The content can be custom-tailored to me – Users of the free version have access to basic features including sermons and devotionals, but for $4.99 per month, I can create a personal profile that allows the iDisciple system to suggest appropriate content for my specific preferences, needs and interests, like managing finances or developing my faith.

It’s growing – iDisciple’s library currently features more than 30,000 sermons, devotionals, articles, Bible studies, blogs, podcasts and an in-app Bible. They’re always adding content, and Christian e-books and music will be available early this year.

It keeps on giving – Because iDisciple is a Family Christian Ministry, 100 percent of earnings will be donated to support Christian ministries and causes. Additionally, I can give to my favorite charity through a personal giving account within the app.

For more information on iDisciple, or to check out the free 14-day trial, visit www.idisciple.org.

To encourage you to give it a try, iDisciple will provide a free-subscription to one lucky reader of this blog. You can enter for this drawing by commenting on this post.

A representative from iDisciple provided this article.

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24 thoughts on “4 Reasons to Try a Discipleship App

  1. Hi Ron, there is even an app for buying groceries so you don’t have to stand in line!

    My husband and I are both in ministry, and about to move to a new city to begin new ministries.

    The iDisciple app sounds great and we will definitely check it out. A free subscription would be an awesome blessing though!!

  2. Hadn't heard about this! I'm signing up for the free version now. Grateful to Family Christian for providing (and you for passing the word)!

  3. I just subscribed the other day after mt trial expired. It is EXCELLENT. Very hard to put down. You can go as deep into a topic as you want. Very nice so far.

  4. What a great idea! Going to share with my husband. BTW, Ron, Love your blog. I rarely miss reading it and often share it with others. God bless!

  5. Sounds like an idea whose time has come. Sorely needed especially for that group that thinks that one week of three qualifies for regular church attendance

  6. I like the concept. However, the fee is set too high. Most apps are available for a one time purchase with a lot of features, Upgrades can cost more. However, what I think you have here is a membership idea, if you promote is as suchlike you may find more success.