1. I am live-blogging this conference for you, yes you who are reading this right now. One of the great things about live-blogging is that it gives those who cannot attend an opportunity to participate in the conference from a distance. Therefore, let me welcome you and encourage you to comment on the posts. In all, there are twelve sessions, and I will try to cover each as best I can. I will also try to mention some other aspects which are not directly related to the sessions.
3. If you are a reader of P&P or simply would like to meet up, please let me know. You will be able to find me in the auditorium in the balcony section where I will be pecking away. I have already heard via email and comments from several attending, but I just wanted to express my desire to fellowship with those of you interested.
4. Scott, the graphics design specialist at FBCMS, has been very kind to make a poster for my blog, and I thought I would put it here. I think he did a great job, and I am grateful for their generosity. Check it out:
5. If you would like to contact me, feel free to email to outpostministries[at]yahoo[dot]com.
Okay, now that I have got that out there, I want to kick things off by bringing the theme of this conference to you. If someone came up to you and asked you,
“How do you define a ‘True Church’?”,
what would you say? What characteristics are necessary for a church to be a “true church?” Let me know what you think.
See you in Alabama.