36 thoughts on “blogging from the atlanta national youth workers convention?”

  1. Mark O…I would definately be blogging for the ATL conference, if I was going. Unfortunately this year I am unable to attend the ATL conference, I chose to get married instead :) Back in May anyway. I will be praying for you all, and hopefully will be able to get lots of updates. Thanks for your ministry!

  2. I’ll be blogging, probably starting Monday. Provided I get up early enough to have time to waste at the airport, my first post will probably be sometime around 5:30 am central Monday morning. Of course, that won’t really be from the convention just yet.

  3. Cweber- there is a great prayer community over at http://www.ymexchange.com. I know that’s a shameless plug but at the same time there are dozens of people who would def pray for that.

    Just click on “forums” and you should be able to post a prayer request in the prayer section.

  4. Marko,

    I’ll be blogging from the convention (amysondova.com). My entries will be a detailed list of everything involving the antics of Len and Adam that falls under “What happens at NYWC, stays at NYWC”. I mean, I’m just here to throw in a shameless plug for Youth Ministry Exchange.

    It’ll be really awesome to read all your blogs and meet some of you face-to-face!

    Take care,

  5. I am going to be blogging Marko… my 20th anniversary in Youth Ministry and returning to the site of my first ever NYWC – held in ATL in ’87… on the main stage Walter Wangerin, Tony C, & Brennan Manning were the stand outs I can recall…

    Looking forward to it – just put up my first NYWC Post….

  6. I will probably only do a post(s) about NYWC ATL after I return. I am looking forward to the convention. I will not have a comp with me so I doubt if I will get to blog there.

  7. I will be blogging from Atlanta also. I am looking forward to this year. Last year in Cincy was hard on me and I didn’t get to enjoy it, I was 9 months pregnant. Hopefully this year I won’t be as tired and I will be able to get around easier and enjoy things.


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