WELS Popcorn Cathedral of Rock Training Program.
Long day. Presenting, questions, talking with people. Later tonite UFC party at the house. Lots of our church people coming over should b Gr8
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Up way too early on a Saturday morning. At FVL for evangelism workshop. Skis (sic) presenting. Gotta run the computer.
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After checking out the schedule for launching The CORE website, which is a disgrace by itself, and noting the Saturday work load, I can come to only one conclusion:
A day of work for Ski consists of 30 minutes effort and hours of partying. Apparently he needs his pricey executive assistant to run the computer during his presentation. A PowerPoint clicker only costs $60. I can only guess what his presentations are like from my study of The Wind in the Willows:
A. A few party songs by Ski.
B. The day Andy Stanley got to meet me.
C. My sports triumphs in the WELS educational system.
D. More party songs, written by Ski.
E. A comparison of brews, by Ski.
F. Why Craig Groeschel's sermons sound so much like mine, by Ski.
G. Closing comments about foundations, grants, and goal-setting, by Ski.
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Anything Goes District Evangelism":
The info presented here is from the 2008 workshop. Today was the 2009 workshop (and James Skorzewski was a presenter). There were about 20 workshops today. If I can find my schedule I will post it.
My reaction to this year's 2009 workshop is similar to the original poster's reaction to last year's workshop.
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