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Invitation Samples

All Invitation Samples

Making the invitation can be the greatest obstacle to starting a Q Place. Click here to access all of our Invitation Samples in one PDF.
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Invitation Best Practices

Invitation Best Practices

A straightforward invitation to people you already know, empowered by the Holy Spirit, will increase the likelihood of an acceptance to "come once and check it out." Here are some more tips to think through as you make your invitations.
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INVITATION Coffee And Questions

INVITATION Coffee and Questions

This emailed invitation refers to meaningful one-on-one conversations in the recent past and communicates the idea of providing a place where ongoing spiritual conversations can feel natural and safe.
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INVITATION Interested In Fitness

INVITATION Interested in fitness

Fitness is a popular topic, and activity. Some very healthy, strong Q Places have formed among groups of people who also work out together. Talking about our overall well-being can be a great starting point for inviting friends to a Q Place—whether physical workouts are part of the mix or not!
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INVITATION Going Through Hard Stuff

INVITATION Going through hard stuff

When you meet people where they are, at their point of need, they are more likely to accept your invitation. This face-to-face or phone invitation sample gives a simple model to follow.
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INVITATION Interested In Faith Issues

INVITATION Interested in faith issues

Alex was an atheist, and yet she responded to this face-to-face invitation from Fran. She came to the first meeting; she became part of the group; and over time she saw the reality of God for herself.
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INVITATION A Men's Bible Discussion Group That's Not For Experts

INVITATION A men's Bible discussion group that's not for experts

This invitation is written for men in an established neighborhood who are likely to be open to exploring the Bible for themselves. It provides great reasons for examining the Bible, clearly communicates what to expect out of the group, and emphasizes that the group is not for experts and that everyone will be able to make discoveries.
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INVITATION Tough Questions About Faith

INVITATION Tough questions about faith

This is the letter that Q Place President Mary Schaller sent to everyone that she invited to her first group. It shows how you could use a relevant quote from a well-known person in an invitation letter.
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