[NOTE: This blog is focused on the major event on the church calendar – Easter. It’s principles articulated herein are applicable across the spectrum of church events and seasons.]
Ever wonder where all those guests from Easter went the next Sunday after Easter?
I’ve been at this for years and it is a perennial challenge for churches everywhere.
The leadership of the church pours themselves into making Easter the over-the-top day it deserves. Volunteers have their game faces on. Everybody is geared up and ready to go.
In the hours and days after Easter we are all pumped. Look what God did! Amazing!
Then the next Sunday comes. Where did all those guests go? I’m serious. The auditorium feels so empty compared to last week.
What would it be like if your church could go from Big Event to Big Impact, that it no longer is about the Easter “number” but the Easter “long-term impact?”
We all know that at the end of the day it’s not about getting a big crowd, although we do love the crowd.
It’s about having a big impact, the kind the Lord wants you to have in beginning to move guests into a full understanding of what He has for their lives. It’s called discipleship!
If you’re reading this, it’s FREE to you. Just click here and begin your process of relooking – Rethinking Easter. Six videos walk you through this exercise to Rethink it all.
Check out Rethinking Easter. You will be very glad you did.