Mind Dump-July 6, 2008

Mind Dump / July 8, 2008

– It’s really hard to speak when you have a cold.
– New ministry cards arrived today for the Next Step Booth. They look amazing.
– Next week, both Armoires with be working in full force!
– Three days until the new iPhone comes out…can’t wait.
– Vacation for everyone!
– Been thinking a lot about two services lately…hmmmmmm.
– We really need those road-cases for children’s ministry, yesterday….ARGH!
– Sams Club’s generic version of Lucky Charms are spot-on the real thing.– I love seeing families connect to our church. It’s a great feeling. (especially when I have nothing to do with it)
– Hmmm…what did you think of the different font for the worship slides?
– Jonathan Jackson is DA DOG with stage lighting (that’s a good thing).
– Sunday, we had a guy in town from Atlanta. He works at Turner Broadcasting Network and helps out with Atlanta Fest (a christian music festival in Atlanta). Anyway, he had nothing but compliments on the sound production of our Sunday morning service. Cool, huh?
– If gas prices go up any more, I’m gonna start riding my bike…okay, maybe not.
– I love to watch everybody hang out after service. It’s a truly euphoric experience.
– Frontline Ministry is single-handedly changing the face of our church!
– We have added four small groups in the last month.

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on July 8, 2008

Ok, so about the font. Serif fonts can look great on the computer screen, but don’t necessarily project very well on the movie screen. I have to say though, of all the ones we tried to match with the feeling of the new series, the one we did use looked the best. Personally, I liked it, but I hope it wasn’t too much of a distraction for others.

And yes, my husband IS ‘da dog’!

on July 8, 2008

I actually think I liked the font too. I loved the emotion it created in me, but I was concerned about readability.

What I loved more than anything is that someone tried something new! Good work to whoever made that decision!

on July 8, 2008

I loved the new font! it was the best one I have ever seen you use! =) And I like that you started four new small groups. whoever did that is DA DOG-DIGGITY!

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