• Creating a Culture of Invitation in Your Church

    Creating a Culture of Invitation in Your Church
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    Price: $14.99

    ISBN: 9780857216328

    Edition: September 27, 2015

    Pages: 192

    Publication date: September 27, 2015

    Format: Paperback

    Imprint: Monarch Books

    Category: Ministry

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    Creating a Culture of Invitation in Your Church

    How to redirect the culture of your church outwards and get over the barriers that hold so many churches back

    We like to think of our churches as welcoming. Michael Harvey, an expert on unlocking the growth God wants to give to the church, asks, "How welcoming can we be if we don't take our welcome outside with the gift of an invitation?" God sent His Son to invite us all into a relationship, and so to be like God is to be a person who invites.

    During the decade that he has been developing Back to Church Sunday, Michael Harvey has conducted an extensive study on the seemingly simple subject of "invitation." Over 650 times in twelve countries he has asked: "Why don't we invite our friends to take a closer look at Christ?"

    Exploring the subjects of rejection and acceptance, he examines where we have gone wrong. Reviewing best practice--ideas gleaned from trying to establish a culture of invitation--he considers what we might do to address the situation and put it right.
    Author: Michael Harvey
    Michael Harvey was a director of Aon, the largest insurance brokerage in the world, before starting his own consultancy. He has helped numerous businesses and individuals unlock growth and unleash potential. In 2004 Back to Church Sunday was birthed, and he started to work with churches throughout the UK and eventually throughout the English-speaking world. He has spoken to thousands of church leaders in his Unlocking the Growth seminars and has to date seen thousands of Christians mobilized to invite, resulting in hundreds of thousands of accepted invitations. Michael Harvey is married to Eike and they have three children, Ben, Kirsty, and Lydia. He is author of Unlocking the Growth.