Organic Church Event in Las Vegas

My wife, Mary, and I just returned from a weekend conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. Alan Levine, Frank Viola, Gary Welter, and myself spoke at this event and there were around 160 believers there. I must say that I had a great time. There were many physical problems and struggles throughout the event, but God was triumphant in glorifying His wonderful Son!

One thing that stood out to me at this particular event was the great diversity among the people there. There were believers from all walks of life, backgrounds, and places along this journey to the heart of God. But they all seemed very hungry to know Him better! The ones that I talked to were all very desperate to stop playing the game and start getting down to the reality of knowing Him and being part of His house. The message of the vision of God’s eternal purpose seemed to impact them deeply. The realization that God wants something for Himself touched many.

As we travel around this country (and others) we are seeing this kind of hunger and desperation more and more. God is truly doing something worldwide to bring His people back to Him and His eternal purpose. This is truly amazing and very exciting!

Author: Milt Rodriguez

Milt is an author, speaker, and organic church planter.

One thought on “Organic Church Event in Las Vegas”

  1. Milt, we so enjoyed the event. I can’t tell you how glad I am that we were able to attend. You and Mary were incredibly gracious to take so much time out to fellowship with our little group, and we all left encouraged and looking forward to the future.

    The thing, I think, that impacted me most was the incredible presentation of God as three unique persons who are genuinely one and, wonder of wonders, that He created us to also be one with each other as He is one! There it is, so plain in scripture, and yet so hard to see! Thank you for helping me move yet a little farther out of the rut. šŸ˜‰

    So, I’ve written a blog post on it–not too long. If you have time, it’d be great to hear any critique, correction, etc. I’m trying hard to assimilate all of this.

    Love in Him, Cindy

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