This post is part of a series of reflections written by the men of Trinity Church in response to the ACT LIKE MEN Conference and the topic of Mens Issues within Christianity.
Other posts include:
- “Day One Reflections” By John K. Lee
- “Terrified and Excited by What’s to Come” by Samuel Lam
- “Building Links in the Family Chain” by Michael Au
- “Modern Warfare” by Jeff Kepeli
This past weekend I attended the second day of the Act Like Men Conference, a large traveling event that made its So Cal stop in Long Beach, CA. Before I get to my real takeaways, here are some of my initial musings. (Please read the following few thoughts with sarcasm.)
Men like to insult, boo, and laugh at each other.
You must introduce each speaker at a men’s conference with no less than his name in big letters, and in the background steel being sharpened and sparks flying.
And finally…if you want to have a legit contemporary worship band, you need to have at least one guy with a British accent.
To be serious for just a few moments, I intended to wait a couple of days before sharing my thoughts, because I figured anything I can still recall two days later…
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