Contact points are places where believers can encounter and engage unbelievers, or even other believers who are not yet faithful disciples. It can be an actual place or a virtual place. The most common type is the worship service. But there are other kinds of contact points. Media and the internet can become contact points, too. In fact, the key to an effective ministry is to establish as many contact points as possible. Leading contact points in an effective way is crucial. Most of the talks on leadership in the church today are about leading contact points.
The following lecture is part of 20-session class on Church Planting Foundations which I teach at the International Graduate School of Leadership. It’s in English because my students are from different countries. This is Session 9 entitled “How to create an effective Contact Point”.