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Follow-Up Workers

TRAINING VISITOR FOLLOW-UP WORKERS CG0048.TXT All visitation has several elements in common-elements that should be discussed in preparation for visitation. In some instances these elements can be shared in writing; at other times they should be discussed in a group setting. They are as follows: 1. Prayer 2. Purpose 3. An accepting attitude 4. A […]

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Visitor Follow-Up Training

VISITOR FOLLOW UP TRAINING By: Bro. Leon Four points of V.F.U.: 1) Phone Call 2) Letter from Pastor 3) A personal visit 4) Receive church bulletin each month for 1 year Assignments will be handed out on Bible Study Night or Prayer Meeting night, to be returned the following Sunday. Staff will visit on their […]

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Touch Seven Visitor Follow-Up Program

TOUCH SEVEN VISITOR FOLLOW-UP PROGRAM BY RICH LYONS Touch #1 (Phone call to visitor on Sunday Afternoon — 4p.m.) Attempt to accomplish the following four things through this phone call: 1. Determine whether they are a receptive or responsive person or not. You will take notes on the conversation and establish a file on them […]

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Getting Visitor Information

Getting Visitor Information Getting the names and addresses of first-time worship visitors is crucial. Without names and addresses, it becomes impossible to respond to their visit with a phone call, a letter from the pastor, and a home visit by laypersons. Without these responses, return rates of first-time visitors the following Sunday decrease significantly. The […]

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First Contact

FIRST CONTACT BY CHARLES ARN Helping visitors move from being observers to participants takes a well-defined plan of action. Check out how these five principles can help your church become more effective in visitor follow-up. Recently a pastor from a well-established church said he was surprised at how their approach to following up on visitors […]

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Visitor Information Booklet

VISITORS INFORMATION BOOKLET BY PARKWAY APOSTOLIC CHURCH GETTING TO KNOW US Who We Are We are a gathering of people committed to God and experiencing the reality of His presence in our lives. We believe you will find us to be a warm and friendly people willing to demonstrate our love by providing care and […]

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Special Purpose Visitation

SPECIAL PURPOSE VISITATION PROGRAM INVITATION CALLING Consider the following possibilities: * annual vacation Bible school * summertime backyard Bible Clubs * a film series such as the Dobson series on the family * musical programs such as a Christian band to attract youth, an organ concert, organ and choir concert, a concert featuring a well-known […]

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How Well Does It Work?

VISITOR FOLLOW-UP: HOW WELL DOES IT WORK? M. SHELLEY What do they really think-those people we call on? Do they associate church visitation teams with the assorted cultist who go door knocking and pamphlet peddling? How many people are glad to see us, and how many feel we’re invading their privacy? They’re normally civil, perhaps […]

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