I hope you have had a chance to take a look at the short blogs I posted from the event last week. If not, why don't you drop back and take a look at them now?
My words are inadequate, but I hope you have been able to understand a little bit of the Catalyst event. I will certainly continue to relive the 3 days for a long time to come: Intellectually, because I want to understand what the message from all the leaders is and how it can help our churches; Emotionally, because I want to continue to feel the power of God for us, our woeful inadequateness, and His unconditional love for us; and Experientially, through the CDs and DVDs of all the sessions.
If you are interested in a conversation about Catalyst, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I want to close my Catalyst posts with 3 statements from various sources that Andy Stanley ended Catalyst with:
- To reach people no one else is reaching, we must do things no one else is doing - Craig Groeschel
- The Next Generation product almost never comes from the previous generation - Al Reis
- When your memories exceed your dreams, the end is near - Michael Hammer
We can do much more together than we can on our own.