CFTROU 0169: Hospitality: Culture, Systems, & Shepherding
Key Points From This Episode:
• A look at how a sampling of our neighborhood churches operate within their demographics.
• Defining hospitality in this context as removing obstacles for people to hear the gospel.
• Tactics we use to help make people feel at home in our churches.
• How to separate new members from regular attenders without alienating either group.
• The importance of entry points and processes for building a discipleship pipeline.
• How to set the right shepherding processes and why a team huddle is an excellent idea.
• The inconvenience (and necessity) of making the church feel small.
• Using collaboration in leadership meetings and book studies to help people take their next steps in Christ.
We want to, across the board, make church feel like home; make it feel small so that you feel like you’re part of the family. Click To TweetWe don’t have all the magic answers, but we’re learning and we have a great culture of collaboration. We love doing this together. Click To Tweet
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