Want Healthy Church Growth? You Need This Kind of Community

During the time of COVID-19, one in five people have moved or know someone who has.1 Are those new people finding your church, even if you’re still meeting online only?

God is the ultimate author of healthy church growth, but there’s one kind of church community that supports it: an invitational one. A church community where people not only invite others for special events but where they make inviting others a part of everyday life.

How do you create that kind of church?

Faithlife’s Kristen Tetteh answers that question in this Tip of the Week. See how you can use the world’s first integrated ministry platform to help people feel seen, invite them further into your community, and offer the digital discipleship that takes people from viewers of church services to followers of Christ.

Here’s the link to the fall kickoff page Kristen mentions in the video. Explore how your church can do digital right for your fall kickoff—and beyond. Pop in your info for four critical tips and more. 

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  1. July 6, Pew Research Center.
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Mary Jahnke

Mary Jahnke is a content marketing specialist. She has a background in marketing, especially for Christian education, and feels blessed to serve the Church at Faithlife.

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Written by Mary Jahnke