A too common cry from congregations is “But we don’t have any visitors,” which is often followed by a perceived observation that “everyone is moving out” or “nobody is moving in.” Believe it or not, unless you’re Detroit (where street after street after street is filled with vacant houses) new people are moving into neighborhoods and even the smallest of communities. If you’re not seeing any visitors, there’s something more afoot than people beat-feeting it away or choosing to foot it into other communities. In this session Drs. Bill and Kris look at what a congregation can – needs? – to do when a congregation faces the reality of no visitors.