Note: Shameless self-promotion follows.
I’ve collected a few more stories of how people are using and finding my book How To Welcome Church Visitors.
We have been giving church hospitality workshops for over 15 years and of the 25 or more books we have used in the past, yours is by far the best contribution to the field with all it’s nuts and bolts practicality.
We’ve been photocopying the cover and telling our client churches that if they want to start improving their first impressions, they should start here with How To Welcome Church Visitors.
Bill and Gail Royster
Church Hospitality Trainers
The Welcome & Hospitality People
One who claimed the bonus coaching session with me after purchase had this to say:
How To Welcome Church Visitors is a well-written, thought-provoking resource that is going to be a blessing to anyone who reads and applies it’s content to their church needs.
This book is especially important to me, as I serve on my church evangelism board and recently volunteered to manage our greeter program.
I measure the worth of a book by the number of ideas I’m able to apply to real needs. I found no fewer than 25 great ideas that I can apply immediately! I recommend this book without reservation.
Chris Walker’s coaching ability is wonderful. He’s a clear thinker with a way of cutting through the clutter and confusion surrounding a problem. He focuses on the most practical path to a resolution and effectively communicates how to reach the intended goal.
St. Matthew Lutheran Church
The Rev. Paul Stokes has published a review for GEAR (the Group for Evangelism and Renewal in the United Reformed Church).
Ron Crandall, connected with Asbury seminary, wrote about his take on this book.
One Presbytery in the Presbyterian Church (USA) bought and gave away copies of How To Welcome Church Visitors to over 50 of their church congregations.