Practical Ministry Skills
Meaningful Membership
A good church membership process is not just a formality—it draws people closer to God and establishes a commitment to the local church.
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Overview

Church membership is so much more than just a piece of paper or a name on a list. It clearly defines a community and offers people a clear choice to accept the blessings and responsibilities that go along with it. But even more significantly, church membership is a way for individual Christians to draw closer to God by drawing closer to his church and his people. An effective membership process should be a time of spiritual growth for the member-to-be, and yet so many churches neglect this crucial step into church life.

This 18-page resource will help you create a membership process that draws people deeper into their commitment not just to the church but to Christ.

NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Taking Membership Seriously
It's time to raise the bar.

Dealing with the Revolving Back Door
Learn all you can from those who leave.

What the Bible Says About Church Membership
The church is not a country club.

The Importance of Joining a Church
The church isn't perfect, but Jesus loves her anyway. So should we.

How to Develop a Meaningful Membership Process (free sample)
Help people deepen their commitment to the church and to God.

A Royal Welcome
Welcome new members into the family with a celebration.

Matching Passions with Ministry
Use the membership process to plug people into meaningful ministry.


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Topics:Church Discipline, Commitment, Community, Members, Membership, New members
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punasekenaope@yahoo.com obakeng kenaope

April 11, 2014  8:25am

l wan to study much about planting and establishing the church.

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July 25, 2013  10:01am

" Thank you for the the downloads it will help me,with a funds for the church."

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