Discussing Church Visits
I’m preparing to go to Church #1. The enemy harasses me. I don’t want to go. I now understand why the non-regular church attender can so easily stay home despite their best intentions. The living room recliner and television remote are much more inviting and much less threatening.
Consider these two church discussion questions:
1. Welcoming visitors starts before they arrive.
What can you do to make it easy for them to show up?
2. A personal invitation is the most effective way to encourage people to visit your church.
What specific things can you do to invite people to visit?
[See the next set of questions.]
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