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How You can use Instagram to Reach the Next Generation


Do you want to reach more of the Millenials and Gen Z with the gospel?

Do you want to develop disciples in these age groups?

The first step after prayer is to find them. One place to look is on Instagram.

About 65%of all Millennials and around 70% of Gen Z are on Instagram.

Today we sit down with Ruthie Gray of RuthieGray.Mom.  Ruthie is an Instagram expert, with some great insights on how to use this social media site as an outreach and discipleship tool.

Closing Thoughts

Thanks for listening to Coaching Christian Leaders. 

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Also, if you want to learn more about discipleship and outreach, check out these past episodes:

Finally, if you're interested in learning more about Instagram, pop over to Ruthie's site, RuthGray.mom. I have taken two of your courses and have learned a lot. Also, look for her podcast Instagram Insider Hacks.


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