When you reach 40 or 50 years of age, you’ve met many friends and acquaintances. For some of us, our closest friends are the ones that we met as early as elementary school. No matter what they do, the friendship remains, because your history together trumps any irritating quirks or misunderstandings that you will have. Whether you have good longtime friends or you feel comfortable alone, it’s still important to make new friends when you are over 40 or 50 years of age.
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Life is a great opportunity! We get an unspecified length of time to know God our creator in an environment that offers many opportunities and options. We get to navigate through many choices and seek new pathways to get our Life On Track.
Life On Track means you are actively striving to live your days in a manner that is progressive and purposeful with eternal components that honor God. A Life On Track operates in community, helping, working, serving, growing, and yes, enjoying! It is a fulfilled life — a fruitful life — an honorable life.
I believe most conferences need a good make over. The more I think about it, you should probably ban the word “conference” from your literature and branding.
Get out of the conference crowd and create an experience!