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Introducing the Podule

Check out our newest kind of training tool.

This week, we're debuting a new kind of resource for BCL: the "podule." As you can tell from the screenshot above, it's a little different from our regular training tools (go here and click on "Demo" to get a feel for how one works).

We're still giving you written articles, but we've added videos to the mix–in the case of Reimagining Evangelism, there are four of each. There's also a forum, where you can talk about the lessons with other people who have used the same podule. We hope that you'll learn not only from our materials, but from other readers.

To give you these new features, the podule was made into a web-based tool. So instead of downloading it to your computer, like our other resources, you simply create a username and password that lets you access it right away in your Internet browser. And you can come back and reuse it as many times as you want.

Unfortunately, we can't make a podule free to our paid members, because of an agreement related to the technology that powers it. Don't ...

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July/August
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