We considering re-nameing our church as part of the re-branding conversation around getting a new street sign. This was our decision making process.
Five body language observations that can help your church greeters detect first-time church visitors
God sovereignly brings visitors to your church. But once people are first welcomed into your church during their first visit, what happens when the service is over? How do you help your church visitor connect?
Evangelism Conversation Starter Questions. Tactful use of questions is a great way to advance spiritual conversations with your friends.
If your church visitors do not return and make friends with people in your congregation, your church will not grow, will not help new believers who responded to an altar call invitation to grow as a disciple, will not help new movers into your community get involved in your church with their treasures and talents, will not help evangelism contacts via your outreaches continue to seek for Christ. Find ways to be intentional your follow up on your first time church visitor.
Here are six ways to be intentional in helping your church visitor to connect.
Spiritual thirst is evidence that God the Father is drawing a person to Jesus. Finding spiritual thirst is the core habit of personal evangelism I teach. What does it look like? See it in the story of the Ethiopian
I’ve been a church drop out twice: once while I was an associate pastor. Isn’t that funny? As I reflected on those experiences through the lens of church growth strategies and evangelism, I want to set aside the data that is out there and just share my own experience. Why do we make all the …
Out of sight, out of mind. That statement is true with the visibility of your church. If people can’t see it or find it, it’s out of their mind. This doesn’t work. Do people know your church exists or where it is? Read this story of one person knew nothing about the church on the …
A six week evangelism study small group to hold each other accountable in personal evangelism to increase the number of conversations. If you want a group that doesn't simply study evangelism, but does it, here is a one approach