The NOAC Planning Team took great pains not only to create opportunities for service projects, but to check back and make sure everything would be prepared. However, as can be the case, real life happened. The person at the Haywood Street church who had been in contact with NOAC planners had suddenly taken sick, and those filling in for them had no idea that 15 people were scheduled to arrive for a service project.
Today at NOAC 2023 – Friday, Sept. 8 – “God Is Doing a New Thing”
Today at NOAC 2023 – Thursday, Sept. 7 – “…What God Will Do”
For those like myself, who are accustomed at NOAC to looking out through the window in the direction of the lake and seeing nothing but grey fog, it is a surprise to learn that before it is properly dawn there is a clear sky. Walking along the lakefront on the Rose Path, it was good to look up and see the cross shining brightly on the hill
Many of the 46 NOAC attendees who traveled by bus to Cherokee Village, and to the Museum of the Cherokee Indian, were still mulling over what they had heard earlier in the day from keynote speaker Mark Charles.
Today at NOAC 2023 – Wednesday, Sept. 6 – “…What God Is Doing”
One of the reasons Mark Charles believes that the United States needs a Truth and Conciliation Commission instead of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission conducted by South Africa, is that we cannot be reconciled if we have never experienced conciliation in the first place.
Today at NOAC 2023 – Tuesday, Sept. 5 – “…What God Has Done”
Today at NOAC 2023 – Monday, Sept. 4 – “Watch for the New Thing”
Participants in the 2021 virtual National Older Adult Conference heard a detailed but very accessible presentation on immigration, including how to see it from a biblical perspective, from keynote apeaker Karen González.