People Are the Mission
If you're a leader in a church or business, and you want to improve your culture of hospitality, then you'll love Danny's new book. It's a must-read! -Dan T. Cathy, CEO, Chick-fil-A When it comes to interacting with guests,...
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If you're a leader in a church or business, and you want to improve your culture of hospitality, then you'll love Danny's new book. It's a must-read! -Dan T. Cathy, CEO, Chick-fil-A
When it comes to interacting with guests, churches typically gravitate towards one of two camps: over-the-top, shock-and-awe, let-us-entertain-you or oh-man,-some-people-just-showed-up, underwhelming experience. Each extreme has drawbacks: on one end, people become the center of the universe. On the other, hospitality is effectively ignored in deference to the "serious business" of worship.
People Are the Mission proposes a healthy middle, one where guests are esteemed but the gospel is the goal. Danny Franks, Connections Pastor at Summit Church, shows churches how to take a more balanced approach - a "third way" that is both guest-friendly and gospel-centric. He shows why honoring the stranger doesn't stand in opposition to honoring the Savior. People are the mission that Christ has called us to, and if we focus on people we can better assist people to focus on the gospel.
Danny Franks is the Connections Pastor at the Summit Church in North Carolina. He writes and trains extensively about guest services in the local church.
- <p><strong>if You're A Leader In A Church Or Business, And You Want To Improve Your Culture Of Hospitality, Then You'll Love Danny's New Book. It's A Must-read! -dan T. Cathy, <em>ceo, Chick-fil-a</em></strong></p> <p>when It Comes To Interacting With Guests, Churches Typically Gravitate Towards One Of Two Camps: Over-the-top, Shock-and-awe, Let-us-entertain-you Or Oh-man,-some-people-just-showed-up, Underwhelming Experience. Each Extreme Has Drawbacks: On One End, People Become The Center Of The Universe. On The Other, Hospitality Is Effectively Ignored In Deference To The "serious Business" Of Worship.</p> <p><em>people Are The Mission</em> Proposes A Healthy Middle, One Where Guests Are Esteemed But The Gospel Is The Goal. Danny Franks, Connections Pastor At Summit Church, Shows Churches How To Take A More Balanced Approach - A "third Way" That Is Both Guest-friendly And Gospel-centric. He Shows Why Honoring The Stranger Doesn't Stand In Opposition To Honoring The Savior. People <em>are</em> The Mission That Christ Has Called Us To, And If We Focus On People We Can Better Assist People To Focus On The Gospel.</p>