Why Outside Greeters are More Important Than Inside Greeters

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  1. March 17, 2017

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  2. June 2, 2017

    […] 1. Refuse to relax your standards. The easiest thing to do is to clock out of excellence for the summer. Drop a team here. Do without a volunteer there. However, that leaves your guests with a less-than-ideal experience. While your overall team numbers might be down, your campus coverage shouldn’t be. As you start the summer season, continue to think from the perspective of your guests and fight for their comfort. Related posts: Four Ways to Stay Alert. Why Outside Greeters Are More Important Than Inside Greeters. […]

  3. March 19, 2018

    […] Most of the time we think inside out when planning the weekend. As long as the sermon and worship is on point, that’ll make guests happy, right? The problem is that the sermon and worship aren’t the first things our guests experience. We have to think about the first touch in their first seconds on campus. If you are submitting to the “forced experience” perspective above, where are you leading your guests? [related post: Why Outside Greeters Are More Important Than Inside Greeters] […]

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