My church recently signed up for a Netflix-like subscription streaming video service: RightNow Media. This service offers libraries of video Bible studies, leadership training materials, and christian conference presentations. There are hundreds of video studies for adults on Bible, Marriage, Parenting, Finances, Evangelism, etc. There are stories for children from series such as Veggie Tales (now coincidentally produced by Netflix).
Evangelical teachers like Francis Chan, Bill Hybels, or Andy Stanley can join your Sunday school class or home group meeting for a low monthly fee. All members are provided individual passwords to log into the website and app. The church has the ability to create packages of teaching materials or publish a church favourites list. The small group I attend is using Francis Chan's study Crazy Love. We watch the video lesson and then discuss the questions from the accompanying study guide. It challenges the unexamined faith. (You can watch Chapter 1: "Stop Praying" below.)
Previously Sunday school teachers and study leaders would trundle down to the local Christian bookstore to purchase appropriate materials. When studies on video tape became available they were expensive and churches would buy one VHS or DVD set that might circulate among groups. This model brings educational and inspirational materials to the living rooms and mobile devices of individual members. For church leaders it offers exciting possibilities.
Enjoy Francis Chan's Crazy Love, 2nd ed. (Colorado Springs, CO: David C. Cook, 2013), Chapter 1: "Stop Praying"