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Blog Posts Tagged As: Outreach and Church Growth

Church Spotlight: Community Prayer Walk (Southern Oaks Baptist Church)

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We’re continuing our blog post series this week, where we are spotlighting churches in the ProChurch community who are reaching out in their cities with the love of Christ. This week, we have an interview with Jamie Sanders from Southern Oaks Baptist Church in Tyler, TX. She’s going to tell us about their “Community Prayer Walk”. It’s a monthly outreach opportunity that they’ve recently started for their church family and that God is using to grow their church and impact their community. Our hope is that you would read something today that would help you be more effective in showing the love of Christ to the community where God has placed you and your church.

Turn your Next Sermon Series into an Outreach Tool in 4 Easy Steps

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The average pastor spends between 10 and 18 hours each week preparing for the sermon on Sunday. And that doesn’t include the many hours invested by others to prepare and present that sermon each week. Now that you’ve prayed and prepared for these sermons, you want your entire church family to be shaped by God’s word. You want visitors to come and hear the good news of Jesus Christ. You are praying that God will use your labor and give you spiritual fruit for the glory of His name. And this is why you want as many people as possible to be there for your weekly gathering. You want to transfer that truth to as many people as you can. In this post, we’re going to look at 4 simple steps to turn your sermon series into an outreach tool. We want to help you reach as many people as possible with the life-transforming power of God’s Word.

How to Layout an Effective Church Direct Mailer (EDDM): A Complete, Step-by-Step Guide for Churches

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Many churches are using direct mail strategies to reach out in their communities. Maybe you’ve also considered this option for your church, but you’re just feeling overwhelmed by the process. This post is going to give you a step-by-step guide for setting up a direct mail campaign at your church.

Using Church Connection Cards Effectively: A Super Simple 4-Step Plan for Following Up on First-Time Guests

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How do we get first-time guests to come back again? There are a lot of creative solutions to this problem (some of which we’ll mention in this post). But they all boil down to one big answer: you need to make a connection with that first-time guest. Sometimes, this connection happens before the service with your welcome team or members of your church family. Sometimes, this connection happens during the service through the worship or preaching. But most often, this happens through intentional and personal follow-up after the service is over.

Church Spotlight: Food Truck Sunday (Southridge Church)

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This week, we have a great interview with Pastor Micaiah Irmler, the lead pastor at Southridge Church in San Jose. He’s going to tell us about an event that they put on each year in their community: Food Truck Sunday. It’s an idea that you may want to use at your own church. But even if you don’t, there’s a lot to learn from this conversation. Because Pastor Micaiah is also going to tell us how they engage visitors at these events and follow-up with them when its over. These are things that you can apply to any event at your church.

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