In this episode, we are talking about Christmas. How do we give people the Christmas experience to make them stay and become part of our church?
Imagine Christmas as a tradition in your church, where people in your church and the community look forward to the Christmas season every year. this can happen with the mindset of a strategic marketing framework.
The fact that you can be able to identify Christmas problems in the community and provide solutions to a major problem is a very good key to get more members on Christmas seasons.
Many churches make the mistake of having a Christmas service for themselves. However, Christmas is when everyone in the culture is made aware of God, and your church needs to leverage this awareness to invite new people to come to your Christmas service.
Let’s talk about some of the problems people in our community encounter in the Christmas season,
1. People lack hope
if you think about it, Hope is something people lack during this season, after the first three quarters of the year without achieving what goals they set up it takes a toll on people. what if as a church we build a brand around the idea of hope and the goal is to make people stronger when they walk in our church for the Christmas season
2. Providing a time out
In my many years as a guild and an adult, I’ve diagnosed the Christmas season to be the busiest time of people’s life. If as a church we could give people the timeout feeling, where people have a moment with their family and loved ones and be glad they did,
I have a strategic playbook on how you can plan a Christmas event. Listen to the podcast episode 74 I mapped out all the weekly strategies starting from the end of October to December with all plans and promotions.
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