Posts Tagged "Andy Stanley"


Catalyst Day Two


Posted By on Oct 5, 2012 in Conferences, Leadership | 1 comment

Jon Acuff How do you not get lost in the process? How do you not confuse MAKING with achieving? 1. Remember who you are. You are not the things you MAKE. Your identity is not tied to what you do for a living. Fame is the most dangerous drug in Christianity today. Remember the Creator of the Universe knows your name…that’s as famous as you ever need to be. 2. Remember who God is.¬†God is never restricted in His Glory by the...

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I’m hanging out at Catalyst today and loving every minute. After missing the big Atlanta shindig last year, it’s so nice to be back, to be learning from such gifted leaders, to hang with friends from around the world and to rest, reflect and worship with 13,000 believers. Since a lot of you couldn’t be here., thought I’d recap each day so you don’t have to miss everything! The theme this year is MAKE....

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First off, let me apologize for completely disappearing for the last week or so. It was never my intention to be away so long. But man, Catalyst came with a big ‘ol bang and stole every ounce of my energy. Okay, that’s enough of that… Last week I was in Atlanta, Georgia, for the Catalyst Conference. It was a complete whirlwind that stirred a lot of things, good and bad, inside of me. Candidly, I am still recovering...

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I went into Catalyst with some incredibly high expectations. And I did not leave disappointed. I left exhausted, like every ounce of me (body, soul and mind) was stretched to the absolute limit, but not the slightest bit disappointed. Brad Lomenick and his team have certainly figured out how to produce a WOW event. As you can imagine, I need some time (like a year) to process everything I experienced, but here are some quick...

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Last Thursday, I attended Catalyst One Day with some folks from Cross Point. I was desperate to get out of the office, network, and have some professional leadership training. And Catalyst One Day was an investment I could afford to make in myself. And I am so glad I did! Here are just a couple of reasons why: 1. I learned so much from Andy Stanley and Craig Groeschel. They both are excellent communicators. (Be on the lookout for...

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