Session 1: Live Comment Here!

Welcome Everybody!

Crowder is hilarious and we are worshipping it up - Hoe Down! So - let us know what you are thinking.

Live comment here as the session goes on. What are you loving? What questions do you have? Is something making you think?

This is a community for you - say something!

13 comments:

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Erica said...Hallelujah for Morningstar Farms! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morningstar_Farms

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Julie said...where are the bios for the speakers?

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Sean said...Good morning everybody...

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Lori said...You can find the bios on the Session pages...scroll down to the biography tab. Check out the 5 Questions each speaker completed.

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Sean said...It would be great if we could see what time people posted along with the date...I don't know if that is possible to change now...

Dewitt is doing a great job!

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Bret said...Question for everyone else: what fills your cup? Time with my sons fills my cup. Listening to music fills my cup. Running fills my cup. My wife fills my cup. Quietness fills my cup.

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Bret said...That was awesome!

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Jacob Downing said...Somewhat dissapointed that God is not filling anyone ones cup.

Jason Strickling said...

You guys are filling my cup. I wasn't able to attend this year's conference, so I'm "feeding" off you who are there.

Oh, and cycling fills my cup (lots of time to pray and think... and pedal of course).

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Jon said...Bret: I fear that I am one of those people who is so focused on DOING ministry that I have forgotten to look for things to fill my cup. I ewas very challenged by DeWitt this morning.

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Cameron Dahl said...I was reminded that I need to sing things over and over again to get it sometimes. As we sang "we will never be the same" it was not until the fifth or sixth time that I began to believe it. Then it kept going, until there was finally some release into "alleluia." Awesome. Repetition is good!

bret said...

Jon: I get in the same trap. Sundays come up with scary regularity. I thank God that he reveals Himself in the ordinary and the extraordinary.

jason said...

What fills my cup is being here these three days with a bunch of people with the same passions and heart for worship and desiring to reach people through their talents and abilities that God has given them. This is my first year for this and you can bet I will be back next year, God willing.