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Scott Williams

at what point do the rest of us who don't get to go to 2-10 conferences a year get to stand up and say, "enough!"


whenever you like. no one is suggesting you have to go! but gathering and sharing stories and learning has always been a good thing to do. in the uk i can't think of another conference that has been on like this for quite a while. greenbelt also tends to be a gathering place but that's more a festival...


Hey Jonny,
Hope all is well. I've been working on a U2charist for this Sunday, and I ran across this video. That "grace" at the beginning of the video looks familiar, doesn't it! I posted the order of worship on my blog if you want any ideas. I created a confession out of U2 lyrics from various songs. Take care!


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