I happen to catch a listen on the radio this week of how author and apologist Lee Strobel became a Christian. Part of his journey to faith was accepting an invitation to church. At church, he heard Christianity explained to him with such clarity that it started his thorough investigation into the Christian faith. I found myself thinking: . . .
Has this happened to you?
You invite a friend to church because you are excited about a new sermon series.
They are polite, but continue to dismiss your invitation with "Some day."
The timing of your church invitation just doesn't resonate with them.
How can you change that?
As Easter is not too far away, what are you doing to help your church visitors and invited guests to come back the following week? The following article is from a friend of this ministry, Gary Rohrmayer, who writes at YourJourneyBlog. Read on for what Gary shares. To read the development of each of the subpoints, visit …
A lifeway study also asked how many times respondents have personally, “invited an unchurched person to attend a church service or some other program at your church?” Nearly half (48 percent) of church attendees responded, “zero.” We need to change this. Download this video at BeamerFilms.com. Use this mini-move to help encourage your congregation to …
Recently, I’ve been asked via Ask EvangelismCoach about ways to increase the number of invitations to church that members give to their network of friends. Review these posts to get on board with some of the answers More church invitations: Friends and Family Get More Church Invitations: Prayer Today, I add number 3 3. Church …
“Overall, 31% of active churchgoers said they would definitely invite someone they know who does not usually attend a church to accompany them to a church service on Easter weekend this year.” Barna Group What the numbers might mean for Easter Sunday Let’s say this statistic would hold true for your congregation.