SBC – Louisville

Today I leave for Louisville, KY to participate in my first ever SBC Annual Meeting.  That might surprise some of you, but after this week, I will have walked the aisle and accepted fried chicken into stomach.  But seriously, I am really looking forward to seeing many friends (too many to mention here) and meeting other folks for the first time.

I will not be live-blogging the deal, but I am thinking about posting a little video journal if I’m given the opportunity.  I will try to keep the Twitter birdie active for those who want to get the sights and sounds of my travels.  I promise to keep it light-hearted and fun (and plenty of pictures). I might even give you the scoop on how I am single-handedly marshaling the GCR from the smoke-filled room behind the security guards. 😉

For those wanting to watch what goes down live, you can catch the live feed here.  I’ looking forward to being in the city where I spent four years of my life and being enriched with godly influences.  And no, Joe Thorn, I will not have an Olan Mills picture taken with you.  Sorry.

See you in Lou-ah-vul.

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3 Comments on “SBC – Louisville”

  1. Dan Phillips Says:

    Is there any good site that is reporting on what’s happening, any site you recommend? I’m just seeing these contextless Facebook nothings.

  2. Dan,

    Have you checked the archived videos? Some of the sessions have their own video sections so you don’t have to watch the whole thing. See: Click the day and then session below the player.

  3. Dan Phillips Says:

    Thanks for taking the time to reply, Mark.

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