How does your church reach out to your friends, family, neighbors, co-workers, and acquaintances?
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Most churches today use some form of attraction evangelism. If you haven't heard the term, it is simply a way of saying that we make the church as attractive as possible, meet peoples needs and wants, give them top notch messages, music and motivation and advertise in every way possible to get them to come to church.
New church plants are more successful when using the attraction method of starting new churches. Established congregations struggle to keep up with "the new church" in town.
We spend more and more. We keep Christians constantly busy. We are great at getting new believers involved in the activities of the church.
Gregory Scott asks if how we are reaching out to our communities, families and friends is Biblical. If not, what can we do differently - or better - to reach people with the life saving message of Jesus?
Though often blunt and straight to the point, you'll see the love of Jesus as he shares Biblical solutions to one of today's overlooked problem areas of church life.
This book is intended for church leaders and Pastors.