Opening Day For CCSPC
Today is the first day of the annual Calvary Chapel Senior Pastors Conference.
We used to write out long articles about the gathering and follow it through every day.
Don’t expect that this year.
My focus this year will be on praying for our friends Tom Stipe and Dave Rolph as they will be bringing the messages today and tomorrow.
I do think that this is a critical juncture in the history of Calvary Chapel and I do believe that God may choose to speak prophetically to the men gathered…and if he does it may be through those we call friends.
There is much contention over secondary matters…lets pray that God moves them all back to the primary matter, their first love.
Thomas Kinkade strikes again...I know one of the gallery owners that was forced into bankruptcy by this creep.
“After duping gallery owners into buying his artwork as part of a scheme to lower the value of his company for a corporate buyout, Thomas Kinkade, the painter of light, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection just one day before the company was due to pay back their next $1 million installment. Here’s how it went down: In the early 2000s Kinkade sold his paintings without telling the gallery owners that “they would have to sell [his] works at minimum retail prices while the artist undercut them with discount sales, some of which he made himself on cable television. It was all part of a plan, they claimed, to lower the value of the publicly traded company before Kinkade bought it in 2004 at steep losses to many investors.”
The painter of light is a man who walks in darkness.
As Ken Silva has chosen to continue referencing me without speaking to me, I’m going to create a page where we invite him and his brethren to actually come sit and talk about the issues in a manner befitting Christian brethren.
Over the last couple of months I’ve emailed both Silva and George Bryson to come and reason together as brothers, yet they both continue to refuse dialog while ripping me on their own sites and others.
I’ll build it…will they come?