Sun, 10 April 2016
Do you struggle with how to contact, assimilate and lead visitors into part of your church? This episode is ALL ABOUT building guest systems in your church. I sit down with my friend Rev. Allison Sauls. Allison isn't a normal guest, but she leads Foundry with me! We break down the systems we have built over the last 9 months in starting a new church and the lessons we have learned.
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Build Guest Systems
The Benefit of Systems
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Our larger framework is based all around collecting guest information. We do this in two ways.
Check out my post on using Trello to streamlining Church Assimilation with Trello for more details.
We use aweber.com. I love it. To use an email system, you have to have a paid account somewhere. Mailchimp charges a few dollars for this, but I have been using aweber for a pretty long time and I'm familiar with it. One of the best explanations of using an email series for guest systems is from Bobby Williams. He was a guest on Rich Birch's Unsemianry podcast and explained how his church used them.
I've outlined my strategy for using Facebook lists and leveraging them for ministry here.
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