Church has 45,000 on Easter Sunday and 4000 profess salvation (after service, sign a card saying today was first-time acceptance of the Gospel message). Then they walk out. 1. Everyone will receive by mail a Bible, Bible study book, basic Christian growth book, info on church, etc - week 1. 2. Everyone will receive a personal follow-up - week 2. 3. Everyone willing (from above contacts) will be enrolled in a 2-3 hour "Christianity 101" type class to go over basic truth, understanding the Gospel, etc. Many of these Easter Sunday "professions" are perhaps NOT really saved, but will get saved at that time. These are held each Saturday and Sunday afternoon. 4. Everyone taking the class and giving personally-written statement of faith (showing they really understand salvation, etc) will be immersed in believer's baptism, right after class on Sunday. 5. Everyone who responds to the above will be plugged into a "local church ministry" - nursery, parking, usher, youth, maintenance, office, etc. They will be encouraged to come and WORSHIP at one service, and come and SERVE at another. 6. Everyone who responds to the above will be plugged into a "local small group" who meet weekly for added Bible study and a world-wide scope in ministry outside the congregation. The church has 2300 small groups meeting. The church is getting ready to assimilate 3000+ of those 4000 first-time professions of faith. Wonder what YOU would do differently. Thoughts?