Watching the NLCS game 5

Written by evan on October 17, 2005 at 10:40 PM

went to church at the rock this weekend. service started at 7:07pm on a saturday night (gotta love sleeping in on sunday). i came into service late because, i parked in a no parking area, and didn't want to risk getting a ticket, so i drove around for a while trying to find a spot. came into service about 5-8
minutes late to the band already playing. seemed like there was about 80-100 twentysomes there, with a couple parents (it was homecoming weekend).

the church meets in a lecture hall on the university of missouri campus. the band played a couple songs, as the crowd mostly stood and sang, with not much move moment. the lecture hall was very dimmly lit, with other colored par cans on the stage. after a couple songs, a leader came to the mic and introduced the pastor and his upcoming

i sat down. got out the iBook and started to take notes. to my surprise i was the only one in my eye sight that had a laptop out. there was a couple people around me writing with the trusty pencil.

the pastor came onto the stage as kool and the gang's celebrate played over the speakers. he continued his series called, the life of an apprentice.

he centered his whole talked about partying and celebrating, and when it is appropriate to party and reasons to party.

revelations 19:9 Blessed are those who are invited to the wedding supper of the lamb!

the pastor concluded his message with prayer, and the band came up and played 3 to 4 more songs.

after the service was over, they had free soda and snacks for everyone.

as i drove home (3 hours) on sunday morning, it felt good to go to church on a saturday night. if only we didn't have youth service that night, i could have had the whole day to do whatever.

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