Sunday Highlights for 1.3.10

Posted: January 3, 2010 in Living Stones Church, vision, worship
  • I can tell that I have been on vacation.  Getting back into the swing of things felt weird…and now that the day is winding down…exhausting (I’m sure it has nothing to do with the reality that I have laid around eating junk food and watching football for days on end) 🙂 [Tomorrow is going to be brutal]
  • Talking about vision is one of my favorite things.  If you missed it, look for the podcast early this week!
  • A lot did miss it as 1) snow; 2) the desire to “do nothing” on the last day before school and work begin again tomorrow; 3) sickness; and 4) being out of town –  impacted our attendance.  This was especially true at 9:30!  11:30 was close to normal.
  • Good to have Alex Peek on the electric guitar!!  The dude can rock it.  Glad he had some time off of school to participate during the winter break.
  • Loved the Days of Elijah that Doug Harsch and Sarah Thompson sang.  I just wish Sarah would bring a tad bit more enthusiasm and energy to her singing (this is a joke) 🙂
  • Presented a list of highlights from the happenings of LSC in 2009.  Just the task of sitting down and making a list was amazing.  You tend to forget all of the things that happened.  As you list them, it allows you to think, “WOW!!  God has done some amazing things in this place over the past year!!”
  • Also interesting how you lose sense of time.  It was only March of 2009 that we completed our Kids Kanyon (children’s wing).  It feels like we have had Kids Kanyon for years!
  • I’m excited about where we are headed in 2010.  Shared some of those thoughts as well (if you missed it…again…check out the podcast later in the week).
  • Met some new people.
  • I learned Bill Steele and the Building & Grounds team removed all the Christmas lights on the exterior of the building earlier in the week!  I thought we would probably end up having the lights stay up until Spring!  Wow!
  • During the message when I talked about the need to “staff for growth” and referred to “issues of staffing” being the “less sexy” part of vision conversations…I didn’t mean that our “staff” wasn’t sexy! 🙂  (he he he)
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Comments
  1. alex says:

    Thanks dude!

  2. Barney says:

    Thanks so much for the renewed vision. Who would not want to be a part of a church who knows where its going (southside) and who is going to take us there (God)? Again, I am “All in”.

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