Friday, April 14, 2017
Why We Should Be Inviting Our Non-Christian Friends and Neighbors to Church at Easter
More people are open to Gospel conversations that you might think.
It’s Easter season, and perhaps you’ve already begun inviting your neighbors to attend church with you on April 16.
I’ve asked Moody Church to join me in being “faithful for four,” to find four people to pray for and invite to Easter services. Actually, I’ve called all the pastoral staff of Moody church, asking them to call their leaders, who then call other leaders, who then call everyone.
Most churches are designing their services (or, in my view, should be) with the idea that you will bring your non-Christian or unchurched neighbors and friends with you on Easter weekend. It’s a great opportunity to reach out, and in fact, many might be very open to that invitation.
In fact, research has shown that 78% of people who don’t attend church would be willing to engage in a faith conversation if asked. The stats tell us that the good news may in fact be news that people are looking for. Read More
Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 8:00 PM