Summary: Online communities can be significant, personal, and truly vibrant. We’ve seen online B90 communities thrive, and we’ve assembled effective guidelines for success.
Sometimes it’s not possible for a B90 group to meet in person. When that’s the case, often an online group can still afford the fellowship and accountability needed to read the Bible in 90 Days. Bloggers and church leaders have successfully launched and conducted online Bible in 90 Days groups. With a little internet know-how, you can, too.
If you would like to facilitate a B90 group online, then the best place to start is to reach out to Amy Gross of MomsToolbox.com. Amy has hosted thousands of Bible in 90 Days readers on her website using her blog platform, Facebook, Twitter, email mentor teams, and more. Drop her an email, let her know what type of group you have in mind, and she’ll be happy to help you out.
You can also avail yourself of these online digital communication tools: