Guide people to the Open Doors! Welcome back to our article series on how to be a faith multiplier without being pushy or annoying. So far, we’ve been encouraged to pray for and show kindness to others, as well as, asking questions and listening well. We’ve also seen the importance of sharing our life story through the lens of the gospel. If you are prayerful and intentional, God will give you opportunities to share your story and bless other people!
As we take this final step in our series, consider the open doors that will help new people find life-changing connections with our church family. The open door used to be simply having a parking area and Sunday morning worship service. “If you built it they would come,” was the unspoken motto. Our culture today, however, is much different. Personal relationships and personal invites through those relationships are necessary for church, and more importantly, kingdom growth.
A sincere invitation will make all the difference. Remember that Jesus invited the first disciples to “come and see” in John 1:39. Imagine what would happen if each one of us invited someone, and not only invited them, but promised to meet them on campus and sit with them during the worship experience! If that is too big of a first step, encourage them to visit our church family web page at www.fbcfo.org. Whatever it takes, you and I can be shepherds who guide people to the open doors of a life-changing relationship with Jesus. I can’t wait to see what God does through us!