Published: 10 years ago

Ask Anything

Okay blog peeps, I need some help.  As many of you know, I run another little bloggity blog in another corner of cyberspace.  Over on that blog I’m working on a somethin’-somethin’ that will debut in the next couple of weeks.  But to make it fly, you’ve got to step up to the plate.

So here’s the question:

If you could ask a Summit staff member anything, what would it be?

Questions can fall along the lines of the theological (“Did Adam and Eve have belly buttons?”) to vocational (“What would you do if you weren’t on a church staff?”) to impractical (“Paper or plastic?”).  You can ask them of a particular staff member (here’s your list of choices) or throw it out there to be randomly assigned.

Start commenting below, and watch for your questions to pop up in the next few weeks.  But on that other blog.  Not this one.  Because I don’t answer questions here.

And no, you can’t ask me why.

  1. Blake says:

    J.D.- How is the GCR task force going and is it giving you hope in the future of the convention.

    Danny and Spence- Can I use you guys as references on my Resume?

  2. Zack says:

    For anybody: What advice do you have for a young guy who is looking for older, Godly mentor figures?

    Since graduation, I have found that it is shockingly difficult to find Godly men who want to speak Truth into my life.

    Any thoughts?

  3. Courtney says:

    everyone: If you could have one super power, what would it be?

  4. Phil says:

    Could somebody PLEASE tell me how much wood, a woodchuck could chuck? If a woodchuck could chuck wood?

    That is, if Gaston didn’t shoot it, stuff it, and mount it on his office wall…….

  5. Emily says:

    Will everyone be naked in heaven?
    Why does our church have so many secretaries?
    How do you know if you experience God’s presence or not?
    Why do all the pastor’s blog these days?
    What exactly do all the people who work for our church do? What are all the pastoral positions?
    What is the status on moving out of the warehouse?
    Are we going to have a church plant in Chapel Hill?
    Why don’t we ever have WHOLE church meetings?
    Do we still have budget meetings like back in the day?

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