Fwd: Every Pastor’s Secret Fear [Free Resource]

Bob FranquizGeneral


Dear Pastor,

Summer is HERE!

There are 2 things that use to remind me of this:

My kids were out of school and Church was half empty on Sunday.

I’m happy to say that for the past couple of Summers we are seeing more people at Calvary than ever.

Bob tells you all about it in his latest FREE eBook!

"7 Secrets to Growing Your Church this Summer"

Download it now!

You’ve got nothing to lose!

God bless!


Mark Rodriguez
Executive Pastor – Calvary Fellowship
Director of Training – Church Ninja

P.S. Check out Bob’s last email where he tells you all about "7 Secrets to Growing Your Church this Summer".

Begin forwarded message:

From: Bob Franquiz <info@churchninja.com>
Date: July 2, 2013 10:04:53 AM EDT
To: mark@churchninja.com
Subject: Every Pastor’s Secret Fear [Free Resource]

Dear Pastor,

I know what Pastors are afraid of.

It’s not his congregation.

It’s not his deacons.

It’s not even his wife (well, maybe some guys are afraid of their wives).

But most Pastors are afraid of the summer.

Yes, the Summer.

This is the time when pastors think the offerings are going to tank and the congregation will disappear into thin air.

I used to be afraid of the summer.

In fact, I even learned the pastor lingo we use to talk about the summer: "The Summer Slump"

But here’s what happened to me – we learned to turn the summer slump into the summer surge.

In fact, this past Sunday we had one of the highest attended services we’ve had all year.

"How did that happen?"

I do even better than telling you how we had one big Sunday at Calvary.

I’ll show you how you can turn the summer slump into the "Summer Surge" at your church.



That’s why we’re releasing a brand new ebook called, "7 Secrets to Growing your Church this Summer".





This resource is totally free.

Simply click here and you’ll be on your way to turning this Summer around and experiencing a great summer filled with growth and blessing.




Bob Franquiz
Senior Pastor
Calvary Fellowship

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