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September 18, 2008

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Peter Hamm

Wherever people, especially leaders, are surrendered to God and seeking him, the Kingdom is present and active.

I think I figured out what "it" is, Craig. It's the Kingdom...

I got this from my boss, as we are sitting around a table talking about your book, and our experiences of "it", right now.

I wish you could be a fly on the wall in this room!

Craig

Peter, I wish I could be a fly on the wall. Sounds like you and your boss are having some great conversations.

Dave, Hope you're doing well. Thanks for all you do! You are a great friend. Looking forward to hanging out with you in Florida at the Church Planter's conference next year.

dave anderson

I got the book. We seem to have IT right now - but God help us not to lose IT! Lord, make us humble!

Paul Stewart

Dave & Craig,

Thank you both for your leadership & writing. Dave I read your book last summer and it completely revolutionized the way I see the church. Craig, "IT" is the next "BIG IDEA." You said everything I didn't know how to put into words. Thank you.

I am in the process of planting a church and I want to make sure that I have "IT" and our core group gets "IT" before we ever even consider launching a public service.

My guess is that as we begin to get together and map out a vision for the church we will all agree that this is "IT." But then we'll all realize that we are too busy, too comfortable, and too complacent to achieve "IT." We will have to go through a time of repentance for not living "IT" and only then will we be ready to launch. Does that sound about right?

In some ways I feel like we live in the Matrix... and the only way to get people to take the "red pill" is a foreign mission trip or something that extreme. Which is good. But are there other ways to pull people out of the Matrix or to prevent our leaders from reentering the Matrix after that experience?

Paul

Craig Groeschel

Paul,

I am praying for your new church today. (I agree, Dave's work on the Big Idea was amazing.)

I agree a foreign mission trip or something extreme is very powerful. I think smaller yet consistent experiences can be powerful as well.

Craig Groeschel

Paul,

I am praying for your new church today. (I agree, Dave's work on the Big Idea was amazing.)

I agree a foreign mission trip or something extreme is very powerful. I think smaller yet consistent experiences can be powerful as well.

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