Have you seen the name tags with the bold letters at the top that say “Hello, my name is …”? I have worn more than a few of them through the years.
I have to confess, I really like name tags. Part of the reason is because I am a visual learner. I can hear someone’s name and forget it before the conversation has even concluded. But when I see the name, I am much more likely to remember it — at least for a little while anyway.
Name tags are more than just tradition for groups. In fact, they might be one of the first steps to disciple-making. 3. Use name tags to help get to know one another.
Have members write their first name in big, bold letters; last name in smaller letters. Underneath the name have them respond to a question of the week. These questions might include: month of birth, state of birth, favorite color, number of states lived in, etc. This can be fun and informative.
Bruce Raley has served as director of Church Education Ministry with Lifeway Christian Resources since May 2006. A native of Arkansas, he enjoys hunting, fishing, and traveling with Donna.