Don’t cancel your VBS this Summer… deploy your VBS this Summer. 2020 may be the most crucial Summer of programming your church will ever experience.
We are now in a season in which church leaders can consider, as we all yearn for normalcy, the potential of instilling a “new normal” within our congregations.
There is a better future to lead toward, even when it doesn’t feel like it.
As we all navigate these strange and challenging days, here are a few resources to help you lead toward God’s better future.
Welcome to a world devoid of best practices, proven strategies, and models to follow. Here’s the thing though, the opposing force of uncertainty is not certainty: it is clarity.
Sometime it seems like the more plans church leadership teams create, the less church ministry actually happens.
Here’s a new tool you can use to train your welcome teams in the process of connecting first-timers to become church family.
Here are five reasons, when asked what they liked best about their Guest Experience Boot Camp experience, other Guest and Church Hospitality leaders think you should attend.
First-time guests may not remember any of the points in your message or any of the words of your music, but they will remember every moment of your welcome.
Many of us will create goals around reading in light of a New Year and, to some, a new decade of church ministry. Here are ten ways reading will benefit your life and ministry in 2020.
Your guests feel your hospitality, or the lack thereof, as they navigate a shared set of moments across your campus environments for the very first time.