How Star Trek can Increase your Easter Attendance

Bob FranquizChurch

I grew up watching Star Trek: The Original Series.

(Yes, I just dated myself.)

But here’s what I loved about Star Trek and Captain Kirk in particular:

He was boldly going where no man had gone before.

They were going to new places and doing things no one had ever done before.

Here’s why I believe Captain Kirk can help you reach more people this Easter.

If you want to reach more people than ever this Easter, you’re going to have to do things you’ve never done before.

That’s what this month’s Outreach Ninja coaching is all about.

We’re covering Strategic Easter issues that can raise your Easter attendance by up to 50%.

In fact, check out what Outreach Ninja member Andrew Winburn said to me this week:

“Bob, I’ve been learning from you for over a year now. It took me about 3 months to begin to grasp all of the concepts…after that, we’ve been seeing God do incredible things through quick and steady growth. I want to fill you in on how God is using you at Generation Church in Columbia, SC…
– Over the last 9 months, we’ve baptized more people than the previous history of our church.
– We’ve had a few ‘shots in the arm’ by implementing Mini-Easters where we instantly doubled and even tripled in size. People have been saved at these events.
– This past Sunday we ran out of chairs for the first time (thankfully we had some in storage)
– Our small groups have tripled!

I want you to know the impact the ninja networks have. I wish more pastors would invest in these networks.”

I want you to experience the same results as Andrew.

He started doing things he had never done before and now he’s leading a thriving ministry reaching new people every week.

This can happen in your church as well.

That’s why we let you test drive Outreach Ninja for only $49 for the 1st month (A $97 value)!

Plus, when you join Outreach Ninja you get over $700 in bonus resources that are more delicious than those chocolate Cadbury Eggs.

So hop on your transporter and head over to