Sunday, April 22, 2007

Rambling on about who knows what

I had a busy weekend, but it was good. I know that I haven't posted much lately. I have a theory about that. Blogging is a winter sport and when spring time roles around you simply lose the momentum that was once so strong. I promised that I would let you guys know more about the conference, so here goes.

The second night was awesome. Pastor Eric Reeder is one of the leaders of the emerging generation. He spoke that night, and it was very powerful. His heart is for this generation and to see us walk in our destiny. One of the best things about this is that he is not advocating the usual, the youth need to rebel against the oppression of the older generations. He is instead saying that we need to work together with the older generation in order to see true transformation in the church.

If anybody is not following this at all let me know and I will try to make it clearer.

We have a destiny to change our country. God is going to start moving in each of our lives in ways that we have never seen before. You may not think that you can make a difference, and you may not even want to make a difference, but I believe that God has other plans. Give me any reason you want about how we are too young, or the government can never change, or the moral decay has gone to far, and I have to tell you that the God I serve is bigger.

I guess that is all for now. This is also what I call my rambling format, so if anything needs clarified, let me know.


AmericasNextFreak said...

Very very true. Last Thursday was really special, I really loved just talking and getting fired up for the huge battles that we come up against every day, and long term as well.

I do wish that i could go to more things like that, I love every minute of them, and they are very memorable. It sounds like you had alot of fun.

By the way, i had fun washing cars!! Poor Karolyn XD


Life Moves On said...

umm i talked to my mom about that nashville thing in july and she said she didnt really care as long as i was with you...

Anonymous said...

Lot's of good things seem to be happening with FMCI. I am glad to hear it. Sounds like it was quite the interesting conference.

Big Doon

Exquisite said...

I concur