01 January 2012

Perry Noble Unleashed

Perry Noble is excited about his upcoming UNLEASH conference. Surely he's not the only one, since the conference is apparently almost sold out.

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Looking at the conference website, the breakout sessions alone are worth the $49. I mean, just look at all the deep, theological training one can gain:
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The only problem I see is in deciding which sessions to attend! I mean, "Stage Design on a Budget" sounds tremendous, but "Supporting Your Church Through Branding, Web, Media, and Signage" is important as well. Of course, everyone probably needs to attend "How to Find and Tell the Life Change Stories that Can Grow Your Church." After all, we couldn't possibly use something like, oh, say, the Bible and the Gospel to draw people in! No, we need to learn how to find those human interest stories that help keep the church relevant!

Breakout Session #2 poses a similar dilemma. How does one possibly choose between "Replicating Your Church's DNA Through Multisite" and "How to Increase Your Offering?" Decisions, decisions! 

Oh, what *interesting* leaders we will see produced by this conference and "unleashed" into the visible church!

12 comments:

  1. This is ridiculous! How more obvious can you be?!...I think my favorite session is "Balance Between Cultural Relevance and Biblical Truth." Balance? There should be no balance. It insinuates compromise! This is just down right disgusting!

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  2. I sure hope that these people are not relying on their creativity to win souls rather than in the power of the Holy Spirit to convert sinners through the preaching of the gospel!

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  3. Revelation 3:20 is never more true than it is today, but less true than it will be tomorrow. Jesus is now outside His church. We have become Laodicea.

    'Behold, I stand at the door and knock; if anyone hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and will dine with him, and he with Me."

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  4. Unleash a hogwash and rubbish on yourself and pay $49 for it if you are gullible and Bible illiterate enough... And such is mostly the land of leavenjellycalism and that is why ignoble Noble and his crowd of religious shamans will milk it for all its worth...

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  5. Um, sorry to be so dense but exactly what is being "unleashed"?

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  6. I couldn't agree with you more Elizabeth Prata. Jesus is outside the Church. the wheat and the tares are being more and more obvious as each day passes. The true church-the body of Believers around the world are the minority and are being marginalized and demonized

    2 Peter 2:21-22 unleashed

    I see no good fruit from Perry Noble for Jesus said we will recognize them by their fruit..

    pretty sad to see people have sunk so low to attend meetings by someone who is not above reproach at all and is actually bringing opprobrium to the true Church and the Lord Jesus Christ.

    Perry Noble is just God's judgment on those people who flock to such nonsense

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  7. Signage?, yes!, signage is probably worth every penny, because if your church isnt branded good enough and the signs are lame, no one wants to be seen worshiping there....

    Oh wait, your Church doesn't have a marketing, I mean worship department? How can you expect to reach the lost? Here, put our glow in the dark church logo on your Bible, that will help attract people....

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  8. Completely awful! How to Increase Your Offering is...well...awful! I shake my head in sadness...

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  9. "How to increase your offerings?

    Tell them more lies!

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  10. Branding
    I watched "Rawhide" as a child...branding seems very painful.

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  11. Just when I think "there's nothing these days that'll surprise me"...well, I'm not only surprised but saddened and angry (is this righteous anger?)

    I can say this: They are selling souls, making merchandise of men.

    SAD.

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  12. "How to increase offerings"...use guilt -- the gift that keeps on giving.

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