ThE annual Easter celebration is just around the corner and a lot of persons can’t wait to get into the festive day and see all that it has to offer.
Meanwhile, so many people forget the real reason for the season and end up just enjoying themselves. However, these are some of the things that you must not do during your easter celebration
- Inviting people to church and not following them up
Being intentional about making them feel comfortable and valued can go a long way in creating a positive experience and potentially even fostering a long-term relationship.
Walking them inside and introducing them to others can help break the ice and alleviate any feelings of awkwardness or discomfort they may have. And following up with them after the service shows that you genuinely care about their thoughts and feelings, and that you’re interested in building a connection with them beyond just that one-time interaction.
It’s also important to respect their perspective and avoid pressuring or badgering them with questions about their faith or beliefs. Everyone comes from a different background and may have different experiences or understandings of religion, so it’s important to approach the conversation with empathy and an open mind.
Overall, being present in their lives as a friend without any expectations or strings attached is a great way to show Christ’s love and build meaningful relationships that can have a positive impact on both parties.
2. Using your faith for social media gain
It’s wonderful if you regularly use your social media to spread your faith to your followers. However, it’s also okay if you don’t. Nonetheless, it’s inappropriate to utilize the Easter holiday as an opportunity to expand your platform among the faith-based community if it’s not your usual audience. Using the trending hashtag merely to gain more followers is distasteful.