Thursday, October 8, 2009

Catalyst Morning

After the ride in a pink stretch hummer, we waited along with 13,000 others for the doors to open at 8:00.

Compared to last year's rocket-like start, this year was a slow, understated beginning. Which kept building and building, with Kari Jobe bringing everyone to their feet with The Revelation Song. Then the Fee Band kept it going on the stage: a huge X lit by LED's underneath, changing with the music. It might have started slow, but it blazed hot with "Glory to God."

Andy Stanley opened by saying we don't see the mark we leave until long after. His main point: It's not who is for or against you but Who you are for.

Catalyst 09 is off and running!
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