Acquire the Fire Night 1

We survived night 1 of Acquire the Fire! What a night. It was tremendously jam packed. I’m exhausted so all you get is some bulletpoints and a few pics! More info later:

  • Phil Joel leading worship is old school rock meets worship.
  • Someone at Bethany needs to be notified that this is a Youth Retreat so they can turn it up.
  • Joel Johnson spoke tonight with a good talk on wants vs. needs (something my father would be proud of since that was his mantra for about 15 years!)
  • The drama team is top notch! Really impressive.
  • Someone at Bethany needs to be trained on how to use a spot light.
  • First time seeing a half hour altar call in a loooooooooong time.
  • Everyday Sunday was fun.

What I just can’t shake unfortunately from the night was this quote:

All the statistics show that the more time people spend on the internet, the more lonely they become and the more depressed they become!

And I call a big SHENANIGANS. I’d like to see that study. Otherwise, cool night! Fun night. Looking forward to tomorrow.

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5 Responses to “Acquire the Fire Night 1”

  1. March 23, 2009 at 9:49 am

    My thoughts exactly! ALL STATS say that?

    Conner track him down and find out. Seriously. If someone is going to get up there and say that they have to back that up.


  2. March 23, 2009 at 3:48 pm

    acquire the fire was a great experients i cant wait for next year it gonna be great they had very good speakers and activities that kept us entertained while we were there their singer phil joel was an amazing singer and he had a cute singing voice too then my favorite was EVERYDAY SUNDAY they were so cute they had very good music and lyrics !! and u will never guess what happened on sunday the day the retreat ended me and my mom were i n down town new orleans getting starbucks and i ran in tgo EVERY DAY SUNDAY they were realy cool and down to earth !!!hope i get to see them im concert again

  3. 3 wayne
    April 3, 2009 at 9:21 pm

    If you want more info on the studies, check out these links:



    It’s not rocket science to figure this one out. Just observing the kids at our school would indicate the same result that the study shows.

  4. April 6, 2009 at 3:47 pm

    Um…I’d have to disagree Wayne. I don’t think it’d be rocket science but I also think that it’s more than agreeing with the assumption that b/c people like to stay inside on the computer makes them depressed.
    Thanks for the links. The previous studies I’ve read have stated they’re “inconclusive.” I’ll check them out.

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