Sunday Morning Gathering (March 25th, 2018) :: YouVersion Event
Hope Community Church
Sunday Morning Gathering (March 25th, 2018)
• Hope's Coffee Café - coffee/tea bar in the foyer from 9:30-9:55 AM • Child Care (ages 6wks-5yrs) & Kids Church (K-5th Grade) provided!
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  • Hope Community Church
    1240 Jay St, Waterford Twp, MI 48327, USA
    zondag 10:00 AM
“The Power of an Invite”

"If all of the unchurched people in the United States were a nation of their own, they would be the eleventh most populated country on Earth. Only Bangladesh, Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Russia would have a greater head count.”
—George Barna
(Grow Your Church From the Outside)

Invite Defined:
1.) to request the presence or participation of
2.) to urge politely
3.) to request formally
Seven Things Everyone Has In Common:
1. We are all known by God.
Seven Things Everyone Has In Common:
1. We are all known by God.
2. We value our reputation.
Seven Things Everyone Has In Common:
1. We are all known by God.
2. We value our reputation.
3. We are not alone in our curiosity of Jesus.
Seven Things Everyone Has In Common:
1. We are all known by God.
2. We value our reputation.
3. We are not alone in our curiosity of Jesus.
4. We sense that something is missing.
Seven Things Everyone Has In Common:
1. We are all known by God.
2. We value our reputation.
3. We are not alone in our curiosity of Jesus.
4. We sense that something is missing.
5. We need help filling in the spiritual pieces.
Seven Things Everyone Has In Common:
1. We are all known by God.
2. We value our reputation.
3. We are not alone in our curiosity of Jesus.
4. We sense that something is missing.
5. We need help filling in the spiritual pieces.
6. We are all guilty in the court of heaven.
Seven Things Everyone Has In Common:
1. We are all known by God.
2. We value our reputation.
3. We are not alone in our curiosity of Jesus.
4. We sense that something is missing.
5. We need help filling in the spiritual pieces.
6. We are all guilty in the court of heaven.
7. We either accept or decline His invitation.
Less than 1% of those who come to Christ do so as a result of an evangelistic crusade. No more than 4% say they are influenced by local church programs or worship services. Fully 80% come to faith “because a friend or family member cared for them until they accept Christ.”

Evangelist Gypsy Smith once said, "There are five Gospels: Matthew Mark, Luke, John, and the Christian, and some people will never read the first four."