A Catalyst conference question 5

For those of you attending Catalyst in Atlanta this week, if you come back home motivated to do great feats of evangelism, does that make you a catalytic converter?

5 thoughts on “A Catalyst conference question

  1. Ben Oct 7, 2009 8:55 am

    Points for creativity! A nice laugh this morning 🙂

  2. James Downing Oct 9, 2009 11:27 am

    What is the allowable number of heretics at a conference before it should be deemed un-useful. Rob Bell and Shane Hipps aer two of the main speakers? Geez.

  3. Seth Oct 10, 2009 1:03 am

    Actually, here is a suprise for you guys, Matt Chandler actually said he liked a certain quote Rob Bell had said, I do not remember what it was, but I do remeber him saying that. I really did love the conference. So much good came of it. People are more informed and are getting their churches involved with adopting kids, supporting children oversees(compassion ministries), missions, and getting churches connected with kiva.org to help oversees businesses out. In one day, at least 1,200 kids got sponsors to support them. Praise Jesus! It really was an amzaing conference. Francis Chan during the thursday night session, awesome. Pretty much striahgt scripture about Jesus and the cross. Then we all took communion. The Holy Spirit was truely there and it was just a magnificent overall event where the name of Jesus was lifted up.

  4. Seth Oct 10, 2009 1:13 am

    Catalyst Causes: Kenya- 410 Bridge; Rwanda- Rwanda Clean Water; Charity:Water, Orphans- 143million.org; Sponsored children- through Compassion International; Adoption- Kay Warren, Mac Powell; Flood Victims- in partnership with HOPE ATL; Homeless- with Safehouse Outreach; Depression and suicide and cutting- To Write Love on Her Arms; Microfinance- KIVA and HOPE International; Innovation- Gift Card Giver

  5. Seth Oct 10, 2009 1:17 am

    link to timschraeder.com

    His blog does a good job describing the notes taken and what each speaker said.

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