Do you find it hard to invite your friends and family to church? Do you cringe at the thought of talking to people at work about your faith?
Marie Aitken, Head of Alpha England North and Midlands and Spring Harvest superfan is here to share some helpful tips on how to sharpen your inviter skills. She also talks about the power of personal testimony and how it can help you to become a great inviter.
I have never been good at keeping a guest list small. Birthday parties are always at maximum capacity, my wedding (although the sheer expense helped to curb that particular one) was packed, even Saturday BBQs with friends.
If my home isn’t bursting at the seams, there is always an ache that someone I love is missing. I enjoy sharing my life with others. To share experiences, memories and laughter with the people that bring me joy.
Friends become family and family become, well, less annoying when you choose to hang out with them outside of required occasions.
I believe and see this modelled throughout New Testament scripture, that we were created to live life in community. The Church, the body of believers, gathering around tables and in temples and like the early church, on the road, on the lookout to invite others to join us.
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