Francis Chan's general session was simply amazing. I was so challenged and humbled by his talk that I'm still trying to cope with it.
The exhibit hall was busier today than yesterday, but still not what I would consider swamped.
I did manage to have some really good conversations about LiveWorship with some folks, and also got myself into several other conversations that had nothing to do with Youth ministry.
I met Matthew McNutt and William Hartz both in person today, where-as I had not previously known them outside of blogs and twitter.
Alan and I had lunch at Primanti Brothers and dinner at The Lemon Grass Cafe'.
I missed most of the session tonight with Phyllis Tickle, but by all accounts she nailed it.
The Comedy late night act was very funny.
Here are an assortment of random photos from today...
The booth (with slightly better lighting)
Lunch from Primanti Brothers... Yes, the sandwich has fries and slaw on it.
The sign for a Korean restaurant and sushi bar.. (See next photo)
A close up of the "Warning" sticker in the window of the sushi bar...
Alan and I were unable to determine which of the following might be true...
- Warning, these premises protected by a cat AND a burglar/fire alarm
- Warning, these premises protected by a cat burglar AND a fire alarm
- Warning, these premises protected by a cat AND a burglar AND a fire alarm
- Warning, these premises protected by a cat alarm, a burglar alarm, and a fire alarm
Uh... yeah... Authorized pensonel only.
This one has no relevance... I just thought it was a cute name for a restaurant.
That's it for me. I'm very tired. Looking forward to seeing what tomorrow brings.