Most people think it takes a long time---years, months or even days to accomplish something profound, something great for God. The truth of the matter is that church greeters have this opportunity every time someone walks through the doors of their church.
Greeters have the awesome ability and opportunity to be an ambassador for the Lord. The pastor's vision is carried on and his ministry is extended through these everyday people. Sound exciting? It is!
Learn how to be an outstanding greeter in your local church and start doing something great for God today!
In 1986, Dr. Buddy Bell founded Ministry of Helps International, Inc. in Tulsa, Oklahoma. His insights into the much-needed message of the Ministry of Helps have enabled countless people to find and fulfill their place in the Body of Christ.
Number of Pages: 110
Vendor: Harrison House
Publication Date: 2007
|Dimensions: 7 X 5 (inches)|
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Megan Murthy5 Stars Out Of 5March 21, 2009Megan MurthyThis is a great resource and how-to book for pastors or those in charge of their church's greeting ministry. The contents of this book stress how important greeters are in making first-time visitors and congregation members feel welcome. Greeters are the first people that most first-time visitors come in contact with when they enter the church and many times their decision to stay or come back may be based on how well they'd been treated and received.