Post Passion Journey

I really enjoyed the road home from Passion 2010. It was an amazing journey that started with a trip to Krystal burger. A amazing treat… not available in North Carolina.
That started my way for 7 hours of amazing thought and reflection.
If you don’t know what passion is… it is a movement of young leaders 18-25 who are focused on giving feet to Isaiah 26:8
At the conference – John Piper gave a talk that started me on a journey…
To sum it up, he spoke on the glory of God. I hope to get a link to it soon from Desiring God.
On the road I started with a podcast from Andy Stanley who also spoke at passion. “Leading in Uncertain Times” (From the Leadership Podcast) was extremely encouraging in talking about how our plans will change, but the vision remains the same.
Then I turned to the Village Church podcast. If you are not familiar with them, there pastor Matt Chandler recently was diagnosed with brain cancer and is beginning an aggressive treatment process. 
Piper spoke at the village on the 27th of December. It connected right with his talk at passion and Francis Chan’s breakout on Holy Suffering. I know it sounds weird, but one of the major themes of passion for me this year is examining suffering and its role in our lives. 
After Piper’s talk – I listened to Chandler’s latest talk… Totally messed me up. To hear from somebody who is living out what he was speaking was incredible. He tackles the sovereignty of God in the most concise and understandable message ever. Really opened my eyes to sovereignty, suffering, and prayer.
If you attended Passion. I challenge to take the time and listen to these Podcast (All available for free on iTunes) It will be an amazing way to help put some legs on what you have heard a processed the last few days.

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