Our customized Baptism Postcards are a great tool for inviting people to church, following up with them after their visit , bulk mailings to your community or other marketing projects inviting people to your services or events. Our Baptism Postcards come in different sizes and are a great size for handing out to people or including in your weekend bulletins. Our Baptism Postcards can also be custom printed with names and addresses for bulk mailings to your community or used with USPS Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM) campaigns. If you want to promote your church or improve your brand awareness in your community, our customized Baptism Postcards are a great tool to use.
Baptism Postcard Features
Customized with your logos, colors and information
Available in various sizes depending on your needs
Printed single or two-sided
Our Small Postcards can be mailed with a postcard stamp
Depending on use, printed on a either a 7pt or 12pt coated card stock
Great for use with USPS Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM) or bulk mail campaigns
What percentage of your church’s first-time guests are filling out communication cards? Getting contact info from newcomers is so important because we can’t follow up with them if we don’t know who they are. I’ve found that the difference between fast-growing churches and churches which are plateaued often isn’t the number of 1st-time guests, but the number of guests who are returning.
Churches who are serious about reaching people for Christ must be focused on their weekend guests. Their visit to your church reveals they are actively seeking to meet a need – whether it’s the need for a fresh start, to connect with others, to know more about Christianity, or for a church home. You can’t help someone grow spiritually or encourage them to take their next steps toward Jesus if you never see them again. So being able to follow up, making people feel welcome, and inviting them to return are ultimately the first steps of your church’s discipleship process.
I am one of those reluctant pastors. I felt God called me to ministry back when I was 18 and I have wrestled with that call every day since. You would think after numerous confirmations and people telling me how gifted I was at ministry I would be more secure. So what is it that makes me feel unqualified? A lack of education? Nope, I have a Masters Degree in Ministry. A lack of experience? No, I have been at it for nearly two decades now. The issue that holds me back is feeling unqualified, unworthy, too sinful to be someone who stands up and tries and instructs others on how to lead their spiritual lives. Who am I to pastor people when I myself am so broken?