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FRANtastic Days are here again! This unique, nonintimidating attendance campaign was developed as a sequel to Friend Day, to add variety and expand the effectiveness of your yearly attendance campaign to bring lost and non-churched people to church and influence them for Christ.
The biblical principles used in this campaign show laypeople that evangelism does not have to be left up to “professional” clergy or gifted evangelists. Every Christian can reach the people around them as they invite them to the special days: Friend Day, Relative Day, Associate Day, and Neighbor Day. FRANtastic Days will motivate laypeople to reach their Friends, Relatives, Associates, and Neighbors for Christ! FRANtastic Days breaks down barriers, builds on caring relationships, is inoffensive and gimmick free. Your members can reach out more freely to their non-churched FRANs.
FRANtastic Lesson Topics:
· FRANtastic Days To Reach Receptive People
· FRANtastic Days Is Based on Lifestyle Evangelism
· FRANtastic Days Is Saturation Evangelism
· How To Be a FRANtastic Friend
· A FRANtastic Bridge to the Family
· Associates Are a FRANtastic Challenge
· How to Get Better Neighbors
Recommended Timeline: 8 weeks from planning to ending campaign.
Includes: Planning section with checklist, calendar, follow-up, sample forms and letters; 7 lessons; reproducible promotional materials, and 4 CDs containing a motivational introduction and lessons.
Note: Audiocassettes have been upgraded to CDs.
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Dr. Elmer Towns is a college and seminary professor, an author of popular and scholarly works (the editor of two encyclopedias), a popular seminar lecturer, and dedicated worker in Sunday school, and has developed over 20 resource packets for leadership education. He has published over 100 books listed in the Library of Congress, 7 listed in the Christian Booksellers Best Selling List; several becoming accepted as college textbooks. He is also the 1995 recipient of the coveted Gold Medallion Award awarded by the Christian Booksellers Association for writing the Book of the Year, i.e., The Names of the Holy Spirit. He is co-founder of Liberty University, with Jerry Falwell, in 1971, and was the only full-time teacher in the first year of Liberty’s existence. Today, the University has over 11,400 students on campus with 39,000 in the Distance Learning Program (now Liberty University Online), and he is the Dean of the School of Religion.
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