The number of people who have dropped out during the pandemic is a highly relevant topic for church leaders. A lot of leaders are wondering where these people have gone and more importantly, how to re-engage with these church members.
- Guilt does not work.
- Relationships are still vital.
- Create a new group.
- Ask them to participate in a ministry.
- Get their opinion.
- Pray for them.
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