First-Time Guest Basics
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Each collection is designed to be an ever-evolving list as new material is written and new gaps are filled in. If you have an idea for a category for an upcoming Primer Post, let me know here.
- Your First-Time Guest Process Should be Boring
- Six Reasons You Need a First Time Guest Tent
- Danny Recommends: First Time Guest Tents
- First Time Guest Bags: An Intro
- Less is More
- First Time Guest Surveys: A Primer
- How to Spot a First Time Guest
- Q&A: How Do I Start a Conversation with a First Time Guest?
- Q&A: What Should I Say to Our First Time Guests?
- Six Times to Talk to Your Guests
- When You Shouldn’t Talk to Your Guests
- Monday Matters
- Q&A: How Many On-Ramps Should We Provide?
Top four books to buy today:
- How to Wow Your Church Guests (Mark Waltz)
- Jim and Casper Go to Church (Jim Henderson and Matt Casper)
- The Starbucks Experience (Joseph Michelli)
- Unwelcome (Jonathan Malm)
- Click here for a full list of recommended titles.
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