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We don't need to be very concerned about the folks who are going to end up at a church somewhere.
As a pastor I am excited because the book puts practical steps within reach that will help us keep guests who come to church, especially from our mailings.
GOOD- It is comprehensive in scope, full of helpful ideas and information, and forces you to ask very helpful questions in a systematic fashion.
This book builds a solid theological foundation for developing a culture of hospitality in the local church and then gives good, practical suggestions for churches of all sizes to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Steve Campbell
This book will cause you to really change the way you view guest and challenge you to be a great host. Life changing every church, business owners need this book!Published 11 months ago by Deon Jefferson
VERY GOOD BOOK IT REALLY MAKES YOU THINK ABOUT HOW YOU CAN HELP BRING PEOPLE BACK WHO ARE TRULY SEEKING A CHURCH THAT CARES.Published 12 months ago by Frances Montelongo
I found this book very superficial. We are using it as a Sunday School study, but think it would be better geared to church leadership or private reading. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Marlyn Hills
This is an excellent publication. It gently leads one towards the best ways to keep new members, excite older members and bring new members to church.Published on January 3, 2013 by Robert Williams
The book, Beyond the First Visit was good reading and with such clarity. It is good for us as a young congregation to prepare ourselves not only in a spirit-filled way, but... Read morePublished on April 1, 2011 by victorious
This book really makes you think about what you and/or are not doing at your church. We go through "church" without really thinking about guests/visitors. Read morePublished on April 12, 2008 by Jeff Smith
I would definitely recommend Beyond the First Visit to those looking to systematically think through their process of welcoming & inviting new comers into your church... Read morePublished on January 9, 2008 by Eric R. Molicki