My wife went with me to every church we visited. “What an adventure!” she said. “We had the honor of worshipping with friends, old and new.”
Here are two key considerations to discuss:
1. The most important thing she learned from this trek was how to—and how not to—make someone feel welcome.
How can you better reach out to visitors and those you don’t recognize?
2. The church is the body of Christ, not a single congregation or just one denomination. We have a huge spiritual family, with varied practices.
How should you adjust your understanding of church and Christianity to better embrace its vastness and diversity?
Learn how to make someone feel welcome when the visit your church. Embrace the fact that we are a huge spiritual family, with varied practices.
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