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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
|Publication Date: 2007|
Availability: In Stock
Hospitality takes many shapes and forms in our churches. It could be a warm conversation in your church's foyer, a women's teatime, or a dish of lasagna on someone's doorstep.
This 21-page resource gives practical advice for several of hospitality's many dimensions. Learn about how to follow up with visitors, the differences between women's and men's fellowship times, organizing a benevolence meal ministry, hosting missionaries, making small-group members comfortable, and more.
NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.
This Training Pack contains all of the following:
Title: Rediscovering Church Hospitality (free sample)
Deck: We are called to welcome.
Author: by Stephen Winzenburg
Title: The Hospitality Cycle
Deck: Structure your welcoming process to bring newcomers into the body.
Author: by Rick Moore with Becky Castle Miller
Title: Hospitality to Mars and Venus
Deck: Be sensitive to what men and women both value.
Author: by Joe and Sharon Tatulli with Becky Castle Miller
Title: Preparing Church Meals
Deck: Practical instructions for feeding lots of people.
Author: by Eleanor Miller with Becky Castle Miller
Title: Coordinating a Meal-Team Ministry
Deck: Let the cooks in your congregation bless families in need.
Author: by Donna Arsenault with Becky Castle Miller
Title: Reaching Out Through Your Open Door
Deck: Ministry in your home should come from a generous heart, not a magazine spread.
Author: by Greg Asimakoupoulos
Title: Hospitality to Missionaries
Deck: Host visiting missionaries with care and love.
Author: by Margaret Gadoury with Becky Castle Miller
Title: Hosting a Small Group
Deck: Relationships are formed over dessert.
Author: by Becky Castle Miller