Tuesday, 29 September, 2020

Category: Hospitality


In our current cultural climate, it makes a lot of sense to focus worship services on a basic generational target. Kid’s worship, youth worship, young-adult/seeker worship, boomer worship, traditional worship for seniors, etc. But that’s not an option for even a majority of churches. This week, Drs. Kris and Bill explore how to lead effective intergenerational worship for those churches that have limited options.


HELPING VISITORS TAKE THE NEXT STEP You’ve ratcheted up your hospitality, so your first time visitors are returning, but what’s next? Studies show that if a guest hasn’t developed significant relationships within the church within six to nine months, odds Read more…


No Dogs Allowed – And Other Ways We Bar Our Doors. When it comes to inviting people to worship, the North American church seem to specialize in “Y’all Come.” Except, that the church too often doesn’t really mean y’all; rather, Read more…


Looking for New Leaders?

Over the past several decades, there’s been a lot of talk about seeker sensitivity in churches. From “Seeker Focused” to “Seeker Sensitive,” what’s the best way to be hospitable to guests? And can you do that without alienating those already attending the church? This episode will look at the ins and outs of the seeker sensitivity movement.