These are a few cards from previous years and their latest attempt is no exception. As indicated in this tweet below, they are giving the Crossing people cards with the expectation to hand out and invite.
I asked my son, who was 11 years old at the time, how he felt about the invite cards. "I felt I didn't have a choice. In addition to handing out cards to invite to church, I also was told we had to invite to youth group. They even threatened us saying that if more people weren't coming we couldn't have the youth group. Even though I could tell something wasn't right with what I was doing, the way they placed this obligation before us, it made it my main goal. I had the weight of the world on my shoulders passing out those cards. I felt I wasn't doing it right because sometimes I left it on a teacher's desk or slipped it in a locker and was too nervous to say it face to face. The Crossing made it clear that I was risking people going to hell if I didn't invite them to church. No matter how hard you invited it was never enough. There would be a new stack of cards the next week and you had to start it all again."
I have to ask you Crossing Church; how big is your God? Your loving God would allow his children to burn in hell just because someone didn't pass out an invite card? Gee...not much grace on tap here.
Bottom line: more people coming = more money coming in. This isn't a community of believers; it's business.