Make This Subtle Shift and See People Start Bringing Their Friends [Video]

Have you ever gone to a gathering where everyone seemed to know each other… Except for you? You know the feeling. You were invited by one person, they are the only person you know, and everyone else seems to have grown up with each other. You’re the outsider!

Well, it’s likely that we sometimes make church feel that way for first time guests. We make them NOT feel welcome. We make them feel like an outsider, an outcast, and then what do they do? They don’t come back, of course. So, check out the video below and begin to make this subtle shift so you can see people start bringing their friends!

Make This Subtle Shift and See People Start Bringing Their Friends

Have you made this shift? What kind of result are you seeing?

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Written by Brandon Kelley

Brandon Kelley is the co-founder of Rookie Preacher and the author of Preaching Sticky Sermons and Crucified to Life. He serves as the Lead Pastor of First Church of Christ in Bluffton, IN. He also writes at You can follow him @BrandonKelley_. Watch his sermons here.


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