Guesswork, part two: Building an Organic Culture

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  1. Bob Adams says:

    Another great post, Danny!

    Everyone can’t be on the Greeting Team, but greeting Guests is EVERYONE’s responsibility in a church. Vibrant, fruitful, growing congregations practice Radical Hospitality (a term I first heard used by Robert Schnase, Bishop in the Missouri Conference of the UMC). The entire church focuses on those outside their congregation with as much passion as they give to the nurture and growth of those who already belong to the family of faith, and they apply their utmost creativity, energy, and effectiveness to the task, exceeding all expectations.

    • Danny says:

      Great point, Bob. The truth is, a church that focuses on its guests will see benefits for all members. You can’t raise hospitality in one area and not see it seep into all areas.

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