Spiritual Growth Workshop 2008

Well it is finally time for the Spiritual Growth Workshop in Orlando this weekend! If you live anywhere near central Florida you really want to come and be a part of this awesome event. Here is the website complete with a list of speakers. Speakers include Randy Harris, Wayne Kilpatrick, Ed Gray, David Young, Jim Miller, John Clayton, Bob Bliss, Keith Lancaster, Eddie Cloer, Flava Flav Yeakley, Wiley Lowe, Tim Hines, and many more. Hope to see you there!

I will be speaking opposite Randy Harris so feel free to walk in Randy’s room and ask if you can borrow a chair for Salon 24.

0 Responses to Spiritual Growth Workshop 2008

  1. Matthew says:

    I would be happy to if I was there. That is funny stuff.

    Hope all goes well with you class and the workshop.


  2. Philip III says:

    This weekend, I’d love to hear Flavil Flav say…

    Ain’t no party like a COC party ’cause a COC party don’t stop

    Hip, funny, AND theologically accurate!

  3. I am so there! I’m wearing a shirt which my wife is finishing up as I type. It says “Jason Goldtrap.com” You should be able to recognize me. JG 🙂

  4. odgie says:

    I remember when I was at Harding we used to call him “Flavil Flav” too. I always wanted someone to get a picture of him and superimpose a giant clock hanging from his neck and some gold teeth.

  5. rodney2008 says:

    I think a better sermon for him would be “Fight The Power”

  6. Jeanne M. says:

    It was really great meeting you and Missy. And your two classes were great. Congratulations on being a future dad!

  7. mattdabbs says:


    Really nice to meet you! I was really excited that you came back for the second class. Thank you for your encouragement.

  8. Jeanne M. says:

    The first time I came was to meet you. The second was because I appreciated what you had to say then and wanted to hear “the rest.”

    The weekend was super uplifting, and meeting new people, including you and Missy, was a special blessing.

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