10 Reasons Church Members Don’t Invite Others to Church
- “I just don’t think about it.”
- “I’m afraid I’ll be rejected.”
- “The music isn’t that good.”
- “The preaching isn’t strong.”
- “We’ve got too many church problems right now.”
- “Our church is already too crowded.”
- “Nobody ever challenged me to invite anyone.”
- “I don’t know how to start the conversation.”
- “It’s the Spirit’s job—not mine—to bring people to church.”
- “It’s too far for people to come.”
Some highlights from today’s Rainer Report:
- When you invite someone to church with whom you have a relationship, they often will accept the invitation.
- Relationships is the number one factor for someone accepting an invitation to visit a church—not the music style.
- Introversion is no excuse to disobey the Great Commission.
- When church members invite others to church, it creates a culture of inviting and builds momentum in the church.
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