Why Inviting Someone To Easter Could Change a Life

Easter Is Coming - Who Can You Invite?

Chances are you’ve thought about inviting a specific somebody to church this Easter, and we’d be willing to bet that get’s you equally excited and intimidated. Even though a personal ask can seem intimidating, you need to know – It’s so worth it.

Every week, our team makes sure that we’ve prepared an irresistible environment for you to invite your friends to. An environment where they are sure to be engaged, feel involved, and connect emotionally. Easter is no exception, in fact, this year our team is so fired up about about the friends you’re inviting they have kicked it into overdrive.

We’re sure that our easter services are going to be so impactful and memorable that your friends won’t be able to resist coming back. This is why we do what we do every week. However, there’s a deeper truth underneath.

By being bold and making an ask, you could change a life.

Our church is full of stories of people who didn’t previously attend church and have experienced a richer and fuller life than they had ever imagined though the Good News of our Saviour.

Easter is a fantastic opportunity to invite your friends, in fact, they may just be waiting for you to do just that. Be bold, and we’ll be ready for you and your guests.

This Sunday in Barrie and Orillia, Andy Stanley continues the Guardrails series, examining some contentious subjects that are sure to ramp up discussion. We’re looking forward to Sunday, see you then!

Barrie Campus | Guardrails | Part 5: The Consumption Assumption

Contrary to popular opinion, God does not want something from you, he wants something for you. And nowhere is that more true than with your finances. Then why are we so insistent on separating our faith and our finances? What kinds of guardrails need to go up in order to protect us from financial disaster?

8.30 and 10.00 am | Galaxy Cinemas, Barrie

Invite your friend to Barrie here.

 

Orillia Campus |Guardrails | Part 4: Me and the Mrs.

Do guardrails really work? Andy and Sandra Stanley share several of the guardrails they’ve built into their lives. Those guardrails may not be models for everyone, but they’ve worked for them. Whether you agree with them or not, the bigger lesson is the need to be intentional about setting up guardrails. You’ll thank yourself for doing so some day.

8.30 and 10 am | Family Ministry @ 10am | Galaxy Cinemas, Orillia

Invite your friend to Orillia here.

 

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