Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Mark Sayers

a Biblical thought...
But Jesus said, "A prophet is taken for granted in his hometown and his family." He didn't do many miracles there because of their hostile indifference. (Matt 13:58)

a Book thought...
If we are to make ourselves more fully available to the unfathomable potential of our whole mind, we must unmuzzle the genius of the right twin. (p113 MacKenzie)
a Dave thought...
We had another great day yesterday at T3 with many great sessions, conversations and presentations. Among them was a presentation from the Agents of T.R.U.T.H. who are three life size characters from Australia Eastern Territory. The photo above is a picture of Baily one of the characters as they each represent the three mission intentions with songs and stories.

It was also great to have Mark Sayers with us again as he spoke on culture and how young people are sucked into hyperconsumerism, you can have a listen here at the actual presentation he gave us at

It was also fascinating to converse around the idea of The Salvation Army distinctives as we shared some ideas around this topic. My personal presentation mentioned these four... Innovation not Tradition, Going not Staying, Worst not the Best, and Commitment not Comfort. If it is a topic your interested in it is also worth listening to a talk delivered by General Eva Burrows titled Non-negotiables from ACC03 at

Just a thought.

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