Times of crisis require innovation. It is inspiring to watch how churches, businesses, and media outlets are managing to stay relevant and active during lock-down. The beauty of the creative minds God has given us is exciting to see. The new ministry outreach opportunities for print and digital publications are varied. Get inspired by reading what these magazine publishers are doing to grow and serve their readership:

How are you reaching your readership during the pandemic?

“People need hope, and we cannot stop serving them. Our ministry gives people knowledge and understanding, but also hope and vision. We decided to make some changes to our methods and improve some of our ministries.” Read “People need hope”

Gökhan Talas, Miras Publishing Ministries, Turkey
“It became clear that the only way we could continue serving our readers in the midst of the pandemic was to go online.” Read “A pandemic-inspired opportunity”

Francis Ayieko, The Shepherd, Kenya
“We know that if we follow that model from now on, we won’t be as broadly affected by short-term turbulence like what we’ve faced since March.” Read “Moving forward during lock-down in Uganda”

Emmanuel Manishimwe, Hope Community Action Africa, Uganda
“We either shut our operations in the meantime, and pray this blows over quickly, or find a way to make it work regardless.” Read “Nothing catches God by surprise”

Lara Odebiyi, Dabira, Nigeria

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