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Q&A: Should I Ignore My Friends for the Sake of Our Guests?

Q: When I am serving in the Welcome Center and I’m trying to be super-focused on guests, how do I kindly tell my friends or long term church attenders that we can talk later (and...

Danny Recommends: Tally Counter

Every so often we dip our toes into a series called Danny Recommends:, posts that tip you off to the stuff that I…you know. These might be products for use in your ministry, resources that will help...

Grab a Deal on Guest Services Resources!

There’s now an all-in-one page where you can grab Guest Services tools on the cheap. The new Resources Page (spot it by clicking the link or taking a gander at on the left side of...

SouthPointe Christian Church (Warwick, Rhode Island)

Each month, we revisit a series of posts called Guest Services Road Trip. We’ll travel the country from the comforts of our couches, interviewing leaders who are in the trenches of ministry. Do you have an idea for GSRT...

Top Ten Quotes: Gentle and Lowly

How ironic that a book titled Gentle and Lowly came charging onto the scene like a bull in a china shop. It has captured the attention of hundreds of thousands of believers. Its presence has...

The NoTurna® Vaccine Is Coming!

Before you read the following post, take note that the original publication date was April 1. April. First. April Fools Day. Thank you. And carry on. Our long international nightmare is almost over. You may...

Farmers vs. Mechanics

Guest post by Anna Murphy and Clayton Greene Farmers and Mechanics are both hard working professionals. In both roles, much effort and skill is needed. But what is primarily different in the work life of...

Daily Sites: A Quick Productivity Hack

People reading this post will fall into one of two camps: Thank you, Captain Obvious. Everyone knows that already.This is life-changing information. How do I go about renaming my firstborn in your honor? For me,...

When You Hit Your Ceiling, Knock Out Some Walls.

It can be hard to climb the corporate ladder in the church world. Some would argue that you shouldn’t. After all, we’ve seen the lure and the defects of celebrity Christian culture. “Climbing a ladder”...

Multi-Site: Do You Need a Boot Camp?

Multi-site churches often struggle with the “curse of knowledge,” the phenomenon that occurs when something is so second-nature to us, we assume that everyone else should know it, as well. In multi-site world, the curse...

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