Best Church Practices
Evangelistic and Newcomer Ministry
Forms and documents to facilitate excellent outreach
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Overview

These 17 descriptions and forms will provide evangelism committees, newcomer ministries, outreach groups, pastors, and other leaders with materials that offer many options for the church in communicating in a gentle but clear way with unchurched persons.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Evangelism and Outreach in the Local Church

The Role of the Pastor in Evangelism

20 Questions to Evaluate Effectiveness in Evangelism

Evangelism Readiness Assessment

8 Razones Para Creer en la fe cristiana

Targeting Our Community for Evangelism

An Outline for New Member Targeting

Newcomer/Visitor Package

Guest Welcome Center

Newcomer Welcome Letter

Newcomer Welcome Letter

Newcomer E-Mail

Newcomer Follow-up Plan

Newcomer Party Plans

Current Year Outreach Plan

Ten Steps to Planning Outreach Events

Received Christ Letter

Christmas Outreach Postcard


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Also of Interest
Cultivating Active Church Members
If your church wants to reach out to new people, you must make newcomers feel welcome and efficiently assimilate them into the life of the church.

A Welcoming Church
Make sure the people who visit want to return.




American or Christian?
Sometimes our national allegiances clash with our committment to the Gospel.

Serving Is Believing
Rallying Christians and non-Christians around community needs may invigorate your outreach.

Topics:Evangelism, Outreach, Seekers, Unchurched, Visitors & guests
Filters:Committee member, Management, Outreach, Pastor, Volunteer
References:Mark 13:10, Romans 15:20, Matthew 28:19
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J C

April 28, 2011  5:20pm

I agree with you both.

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R T

April 28, 2011  2:23pm

I am sad to say that I agree. I think it is safe to say that many churches who could benefit from this resource have their finances being scrupulously guarded. I am an Interim, so that goes double for me, s a not-yet-trusted "outsider." The folks who can afford this probably don't need it as much.

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b p

April 28, 2011  10:46am

again you do not want to really help us.. You just want us to buy things

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