Troy Page recently noted on TonyMorganLive.com, “Remember that the win is not how many people show up for Easter – it’s how many people come back.Shoot for 75% of your Easter crowd.”
This morning I was sitting in our church parking lot waiting on my daughter to get out of her high school small group. Waiting gave me a great opportunity to listen to the conversations of those leaving our church service.
The most impactful conversation took place between a father and his young daughter. He asked the following questions:
- “Did you have fun today?”
- “What did you learn about Jesus?”
These two questions were a reminder of Page’s comments above and what constitutes a win for churches on Easter Sunday.
Whether you are a seasoned Christian parent(s) such as the father above or have little or no church background, most parents generally ask the same two questions of their children when they get in their car after church:
- Did you have fun?
- What did you learn?
Churches do a great job of putting significant effort into their Sunday worship services. I would like to challenge all churches to put an equal amount of effort into your children’s classes…Continue Reading