I started this post Friday morning and was “so done” with blogging. Ever felt that way? I’ve blogged, videod, and twittered myself into oblivion this week at the National Worship Leader Conference … oh wait, that was one of my jobs. HOW COOL is that?
So now Joy and I are enjoying a couple of extra days here in Kansas City. Back home, the changing of the guard has happened with Joy’s parents tagging my Mom for the “most giving, gracious, selfless job ever” of making sure our four beautiful kids back home don’t get into trouble. My Dad would be there with my Mom but is back home overseeing some church stuff that was already on the calendar.
This week’s conference was incredible. My favorite part of the event was the rare privilege I had in worshiping with my wife. She’s a passionate worshiper and inspires me. I love hearing 1500+ worshipers singing in full harmonies and honoring God in music. I love the diversity of speakers, leaders, and musicians on the stage. I love seeing all the “tweets” about the conference and reading all the “gold nugget quotes” from the various classes.
I had an incredible time teaching two packed classes on “Worship + Web2.0”. Here’s the .PDF of the notes if you’re interested.
For those who attended the class – thanks for honoring me with your presence. I hope you learned something.
Yesterday Joy and I experienced IHOP for the first time. I will dedicate a separate blog for that.
For now, we plan on enjoying the rest of the day – some more time in the worship/prayer room at IHOP and another date night. Tomorrow we’ll be joining my friend Ben Abu Saada at Grace Church for worship, then we’re headed back to Georgia.
To all of my new blog readers, friends, and twitter followers – I’d like to welcome you. Please leave a comment below and let me know you’re here!
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