Avoid this 80% like the Plague!

Bob FranquizChurch

I read a stat yesterday that startled me.

It said only 20% of churches are growing.

The article also stated that 80% of churches are either plateaued or declining.

Why is this the case?

Many reasons.

But one is certain.

Most churches don’t have a strategy for reaching people.

Most pastors do one of 3 things:

1. Stick to methods that are ineffective and outdated
2. Focus only on personal invitation to reach new people
3. Give up

The truth is, reaching your community is easier than you think… if you have the right strategy.

That’s why I just released a brand new resource called, Developing an Outreach Strategy. This resource will not only teach you how to use the tools at our disposal to reach your community, it will also help you develop a strategic approach to outreach.

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In fact, here’s what you’ll learn in this 5-CD resource that contains nearly 4-hours of teaching…

– Learn how to leverage every outreach tool for maximum effectiveness
– Learn how to get your outreach noticed
– Discover what most churches do that wastes money and reaches no one
– The 1 piece of information that is absolutely vital to reaching your community
– Discover how the calendar can be your ally in reaching people
– The 3 non-negotiable outreach philosophies that you must obey to reach your community
– The types of direct mail that get opened before anything else
– The simple, most overlooked strategies that you can employ right away to get your church growing again

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I believe this is one of the most important resources I’ve ever released because it gives you the practices AND the principles behind our outreach strategy.

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