Craig Groeschel On A 'Hole 'Nutha Level

Posted on May 10, 2008

It was awesome to have Craig and Amy Groeschel at our Marriage Retreat the past few days.

And I can’t wait to see all that happens as a result of this summer’s One Prayer series. Check back here for more details!


6 Replies to "Craig Groeschel On A 'Hole 'Nutha Level"

  • Greg Rohlinger
    May 10, 2008 (11:31 pm)
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    Ed and Craig,
    Thanks for your leadership in so many areas, but specifically the OnePrayer movement. I’m proud to be in this with you guys, and here at Palm Valley Church we’re fired up for what God’s going to do in this series! You guys rock.
    Takin’ it to a “hole ‘nutha level” 🙂

  • Mark Burleson
    May 10, 2008 (11:59 pm)
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    One prayer is going to be awesome. It looks like Amy is the time keeper of the Groeschel household 😀

  • Craig Groeschel
    May 11, 2008 (4:40 pm)
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    Ed, Amy and I had a blast with you, Lisa, and your whole staff. The Creative Marriage Conference was amazing. Thanks for letting us be a part. Looking forward to partnering more with you and Fellowship Church!

  • roger
    May 12, 2008 (10:40 am)
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    It is awesome to see pastors getting along. I grew up watching the fight between them and it really turned me off of church for a long time

  • michael
    May 14, 2008 (10:59 am)
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    definitely looking forward to seeing something from the marriage conference and am pumped about oneprayer and the onemission following…

  • Jon Petersen
    August 12, 2008 (8:41 pm)
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    I’m reading Craig Groeschel’s new book “It: How Churches and Leaders Can Get It and Keep It.” The illusive “it” is what attracts people and makes ministries effective. Craig says “it” can’t be taught, but “it” can be caught. God gives “it.” “It” has a lot to do with the Holy Spirit. Churches that have “it” are incredibly focused, willing to fail, led by people who have “it,” and those people see potential when others see problems. Craig says “the spark of passion ignites the fuel for innovation.” And he says “it” follows big vision. God makes “it” happen. “It” is from him, by him, and for his glory. You may want to watch brief videos about the book’s message at http://www.zondervan.com/it and http://floatingaxhead.com/2008/08/11/the-power-of-it/


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