Some people look over things or throw them away when offered for free. But, on the other hand, some folks feel when it is free, it tends to hold no value.
Most online communities or ministries are not free. It is very costly to host a website or a webinar and pay for graphic designs, an assistant, and other expensive accessories to keep everything operable. Does this make it valuable? Does this mean all their material is valid because you paid for it?
Christian Living For Women is a free online community. You are not asked to purchase a product. You are welcome to donate, but not necessary. My question is, does this make Christian Living For Women Community less valuable because we are free.
If you notice, I only publish material at least once a month; however, our community podcast shows are published at different times. Our community material is published monthly for a reason, but whatever you receive is loaded with scriptures and material to carry you through the month, and I check my email daily if you have questions.
Because Christian Living For Women is a free online community, we don’t sell products. You are welcome to donate, but not necessary. So my question is, does this make Christian Living For Women Community less valuable because we are free?
This community is designed for women who love the Lord. They want to learn how to apply His words to their everyday lives. I could use your help. Please can you comment, like, or subscribe to our YouTube Channel or podcast show? Community Instagram and Facebook page also. This community has much value!
This will help the algorithm.
p.s. Everything Jesus did was free. He healed the sick, gave the blind their eyesight back, raised the dead, and more. Was his sacrifice for us less valuable because it was free?
Thank you, and God Bless.