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New Digital Platform Makes Church Curriculum an Interactive Experience

Michael Covington, Business Team Lead

Colorado Springs, CO (June 17, 2105) – Disciplr, a new digital platform for teachers in the local church, is about to be available to churches. Disciplr has begun granting early access to the platform for churches on its waiting list, and will be open to everyone later this summer. 

Disciplr was designed to meet a growing need felt by teachers in the church. The way curriculum is found, compared, purchased, and distributed hasn’t changed very much in the past 30 years. The Disciplr platform aims to reimagine this process, giving teachers a single place to find and choose curriculum, subscribe, and enjoy it in a digitally interactive format. Disciplr also features built-in teacher management tools to aid in assigning lessons—a response to the frustrations of dealing with multiple email attachments.

“Today, curriculum is media-rich and managing teachers and volunteers isn’t getting any easier,” says Michael Covington, Disciplr business lead. “When we talk to ministry practitioners about Disciplr’s innovative tools for making these tasks simpler, we get a lot of hugs and high-fives! We’re excited to serve churches in this way!”

More than 3,300 people have already joined the waiting list to get early access to Disciplr. (People are still welcome to join at for pre-July access.) Disciplr will launch with four lines of Sunday school curriculum—one of which will be completely free.

According to the Disciplr website, more features are on the way, such as robust media presentation capabilities slated to launch later this year.

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Disciplr is the new ministry toolbox for teachers in the local church. We take the busywork out of planning, preparing, and presenting, creating more time for what’s important. Disciplr is currently in development and will launch in June 2015.