Awesome Week at Catalyst

Tuesday morning, and I’m still recovering from an amazing week at the Catalyst Conference near Atlanta, Georgia.  I was part of a 20-person team from four churches that traveled down there together.  We left for the 14-hour drive last Tuesday morning and got back around 6:45 on Saturday morning.

Catalyst 2008 was easily the best conference I’ve ever been to.  And the timing couldn’t have been better–it was just what I needed.  The speakers were challenging and encouraging, and it was pretty cool to worship God together with 12,400 other church leaders.  I’ll post some of my conference notes in the days ahead.

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Published in: on October 14, 2008 at 5:19 am  Comments (2)  

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  1. I had the chance to be at Catalyst again this year (my 4th time) and was challenged and encouraged as always. It’s always so encouraging being around other leaders and seeing what God is doing in His church around the world.

    What session impacted you personally the most?

  2. Brad, thanks for stopping by! I’d been to Catalyst once before, a couple years ago. At that time it was easily the best conference I’d ever been to. And this year’s Catalyst blew that one out of the water!

    You asked a good question. It’s tough to narrow it down! I’d have to say either Steven Furtick or Craig Groeschel. They both just hit me hard right where I’m at. I left both sessions feeling extremely challenged and encouraged–it was like God’s call on my life was renewed.

    Which session most impacted you?


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