We’ve really enjoyed your resources and are using them. Our attendance has gone up as well as our offerings! We’re getting ready to hire our first staff member. That’s a milestone for us. There will be others.
Paul Carrasco, Pleasant Valley Church
Get involved and grow in their faith.
Here are 12 cut-and-paste emails written from a pastoral point-of-view. Some encourage people to take a step – maybe to serve somewhere or make a donation. But others are written to help them take a step of faith. To offer encouragement. To provide helpful resources. To pastor people.
Make a few adjustments and send them to your congregation. Wherever you see a sample church’s name, replace it with your own. Where you see reference to a link or download, supply your own material. Personalize them to fit your own church’s culture…and then send.
Get your people to take a step.
This resource is one of our most popular and the now is a better time than ever to reach out and engage your people. We’ll help you take a step in the right direction.
Just fill out the form to your right and we’ll immediately send you the resource.
You’ll find twelve emails in all, designed to use one month as a time.
Change the relevant details and all your own personalization.
Send one each month or use whenever and wherever you like.
As hard as it may be to watch our kids grow so quickly, we ultimately want them to grow bigger and be healthy. Both are really important. Likewise, the church should be growing in both size and in health. If we fully resolve the tension one way or the other, we will lead our church toward error.
Church growth is entirely up to God. Jesus tells Peter that He will build his church (Matthew 16:18). That doesn’t mean that we just sit around and wait for God to do something and send us a sign. God chooses to use us in the process. We see that divine partnership modeled in 1 Corinthians 3:6.
If you’re a WOW person (aka a person who is able to dream big and come up with revolutionary ideas), you’ll love these ideas. But you need HOW people to implement and take action.