My first snap was of Nigel Pollock. It’s nearly 20 years since we met. I’m very glad for his influence in my life. I honour God for all that He has done in me through Nigel’s encouragement. Good that he’s my boss too!
Here’s the queue (line?!?!) for dinner. Feeding 17000 people is no mean feat but it happened tonight albeit more slowly than the conference planners had scheduled for. People were on the whole good tempered with the hour long wait it took rather than the anticipated 10-15 minutes that had been planned for.
It meant that we all had the opportunity to exercise patience, take time to chat to new people around us and to work off some calories as we stood and shuffled forward. In the end (as is often the case in such moments of inconvenience) camaraderie was built which meant that when we did sit down for dinner we were more able and willing to chat together.
The venue of the evening meetings is DARK and my new wee camera can’t quite cope with the darkness (no flash photo’s allowed) but the two snaps above give you a sense, a hint, of what the plenary meetings are like.
You can also catch some video clips of sessions through the week click HERE