Church culture is important to the outreach of a church, and subsequently, how much members will invite others. Today we discuss how inviting can create and improve the church culture.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- Church culture is important because it is to be a reflection of the gospel in a local church.
- If you provide invitation cards to church members, they are more likely to invite others to church than if they don’t have something to hand to others.
- Having a healthy church culture has much more to do than the worship style of the church being “cool.”
- A welcome team is a worthless team if it is not a joyous team.
The six reasons we discuss are:
- Invitations are natural and desired.
- The first-time guest becomes an inviter.
- The welcome team loves their ministry.
- The pastor is naturally inclined to encourage invitations to church.
- The worship spirit is strong.
- Energy and time are expended on those things that really matter.
Resources mentioned in today’s podcast
- Church Answers
- Six Ways Toxic Members Deter Invitations to Church – Rainer on Leadership #556
- Invite Your One
- Sample Invitation card
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