Outreach’s Worst Case Scenario

Bob FranquizChurch

“What’s the worst thing that can happen to your outreach?”

The worst that can happen is not people complaining. It’s people ignoring you. That’s why above all you have the speak the language of the people you’re trying to reach.

Most Pastors of contemporary churches say they do this, but we make this mistake as well.  How often have you sent something out talking about your “worship”? Guess what? If you’re trying to reach unchurched people, they don’t know that worship is music.

We do this with our children’s ministry: we essentially advertise to the kids (who can’t read by the way), instead of speaking the language of the parents. Disney and Nickelodeon do a great job of this.

The key to being noticed is to write content that’s relevant to where people are and speak their language. Anything that lacks those to things will get ignored.

We’re going to talk about how to know who to reach and how to reach them in Outreach Ninja. Plus, we’re even going to give you field tested, proven, “done-for-you” resources that you can use in your church. It’s going to literally be “Plug and play”.

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