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Sharing the findings is the most important part of your investigation. Create a presentation or program that explains the research question, the research protocol, and your findings. Tie it to other community events, such as a pot luck or community dinner.

Draw up your findings and present it — either in the form of a PowerPoint, Prezi, or other visual way — that will also allow you to distribute slides of your presentation. Try to work in both visual and descriptive explanations of what you’ve learned, but keep it efficient.

If you think your findings are relevant for other nearby churches or for denominational leaders, send it on to those groups.