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ANNOUNCEMENTS TITLES AND BULLET POINTS

ANNOUNCEMENTS SCRIPT BULLETS

OVERVIEW
 

Three questions to ask yourself about your stage communication:

  1. What do you want people to know?
  2. What do you want people to feel?
  3. What do you want people to do?

You can also be intentional about tone, body language, and pacing. Not everything is funny, and not everything is serious. Be as intentional about how you say things as what you say.

 

START TRACK

1.  What do you want people to KNOW?

  • A great destiny BEGINS somewhere.
  • Heroes are people who are helping people
  • Start Track is the LifePointe Wiki of resources to live heroically; vision, strategies and resources of how to win in life
  • Start Track is for members as well as people new to the faith
  • Start Track is a four step experience offered every Sunday, Step 1 is first Sunday, Step 2 is second Sundays and so on. You can start on any week or any Step.
  • Start Track happens every week at 11am (second service) in the lounge 
  • Childcare is available
  • Teenagers are encouraged too

2.  What do you want people to FEEL?

  • Inspired. Encouraged. 
  • If they don't go they are missing out on something really big

3.  What do you want people to DO?

  • Sign up or show up this Sunday
  • If they started but haven't finished, finish up today
  • Register at pointe.info/start

 

GROUPS

1.  What do you want people to KNOW?

  • GROUPS are small gatherings of approximately six to eight married couples, or 10-20 individuals
  • GROUPS meet weekly in someone’s home for sharing, study, discussion, and prayer.
  • GROUPS are where you will connect to "best" relationships
  • GROUPS are where Mentors are found
  • GROUPS are the connection for care when life is challenging
  • GROUPS is where discipleship, personal growth, happens

2.  What do you want people to FEEL?

  • Inspired. Encouraged.
  • If they don't go they are missing out on something really big

3.  What do you want people to DO?

  • Go to Pointe.info/groups to find out more
  • Register for a Group at pointe.info/group, or email us at mylifepointe.com
  • If they started in a Group but dropped off, register again online and we will put you in a new Group

 

WORKSHOPS

1.  What do you want people to KNOW?

  • Personal growth requires intentionality and direction
  • If the truth you know will set you free, then the lies you believe will keep you bound
  • What our workshops will do for people
    • Science of Freedom (theological, psychological, neuro-biological reasons and transformations for why we do what we do) 
    • Redemption (What Jesus did for us providing a secure and intimate attachment to God - God's will has become eternally established towards us)
    • Authority of the Believer (What empowerments we have received to live a supernatural life - we enforce God's will in the earth)
    • The Holy Spirit (God's Spirit who lives inside Believers, to guide, comfort, and give miracle abilities in times of conflict)

2.  What do you want people to FEEL?

  • Inspired. Encouraged.
  • If they don't go they are missing out on something really big

3.  What do you want people to DO?

  • Go to Pointe.info/groups to find out more
  • Register for a Group at pointe.info/group, or email us at mylifepointe.com
  • If they started in a Group but dropped off, register again online and we will put you in a new Group

 

TEAMS

1.  What do you want people to KNOW?

  • You will never be as aligned with God as you are when you are serving someone else.
  • A church isn't a faceless entity; it is made up of people. The mission of the church is the mission of people. When you are serving God's kingdom you are functioning as the church. 
  • Teams are the Ushers, Greeters, Cleaning Teams, Audio Engineers, Video Producers, KidsLife Ministries, Street Banner Team, Etc.
  • Legacy before God; wouldn't you like to know that your life had an eternal impact while you were here - people saved, baptized, set free in God's presence - TEAMS make that possible.

2.  What do you want people to FEEL?

  • Inspired. Encouraged.
  • If they don't go they are missing out on something really big

3.  What do you want people to DO?

  • Go to Pointe.info/teams to find out more
  • Register for a TEAM at pointe.info/teams, or email us at mylifepointe.com
  • If they started in a TEAM but dropped off, register again online and we will put you in a new TEAM

 

TEAM NIGHTS

 

Team Night is a great night of fun, inspiration and food together. We ask that all teams, volunteers, leaders and Group Hosts/Apprentices to make Team Night a priority. Team Nights are every 4th Sunday evening at 6PM. Kids 0-4 will have childcare, and 5-11 will be having a Kids Party with toys, movies and more. 

Our next Team Night is scheduled for February 26th, 2017. 

 

REGISTRATION REQUIRED EACH MONTH

Due to our preparations for food and childcare we ask everyone planning to attend to please REGISTER EACH MONTH. Please register HERE.

1.  What do you want people to KNOW?

  • Team Night is for:

  • Team Leaders

  • Team Volunteers (KidsLife Ministers/Helpers, Ushers, Greeters, Etc.)

  • Group Hosts/Apprentices

  • Anyone Desiring to Serve on a Team

2.  What do you want people to FEEL?

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3.  What do you want people to DO?

  • Go to Pointe.info/team nights to find out more
  • Register for a TEAM at pointe.info/teams, or email us at mylifepointe.com
  • If they started in a TEAM but dropped off, register again online and we will put you in a new TEAM

 

INVITE CARDS

1.  What do you want people to KNOW?

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2.  What do you want people to FEEL?

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3.  What do you want people to DO?

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POINTE.INFO

1.  What do you want people to KNOW?

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2.  What do you want people to FEEL?

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3.  What do you want people to DO?

  • S

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TIPS FOR STAGE COMMUNICATION

Below are a series of resources to help clarify our communication standards at LifePointe.

LIFE.CHURCH STAGE COMMUNICATIONS

It can be scary—having only a few minutes to convey all the news, initiatives, and stories that you want to share with your congregation during a service. But if you think of communicating from stage less as making announcements and more as casting vision, you'll be able to craft stronger, more cohesive communication.

In the video above, Life.Church cluster pastor Tome Dawson breaks down stage communication into three main goals and gives you some practical public-speaking tips.

Three questions to ask yourself about your stage communication:

  1. What do you want people to know?
  2. What do you want people to feel?
  3. What do you want people to do?

You can also be intentional about tone, body language, and pacing. Not everything is funny, and not everything is serious. Be as intentional about how you say things as what you say.

What we've learned:

Any time you're communicating to your attenders, you have an immense opportunity. You can tell them news or facts, or you can take those precious minutes to make an emotional, spiritual impact on them. Create goals for any communication piece-whether it's a Facebook post, a stage announcement, or a written letter-have a specific feeling and action in mind that you'd like to relay to your attender.

 

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