That is what happened in San Antonio, TX this week. At the Alamo Dome contestants were vying for position to become the next great American Idol…,
…while across the street at the Henry B. Gonzales Convention center. Christians were wrestling with how to honor Christ and expand his Kingdom upon the Earth through entrepreneurial endeavors at the Entrepreneurial Bootcamp for Christian Families.
Joal Salatin of Polyface Farms shares agrarian wisdom in an after session Q and A time.
I’ll post more on the conference as I’m able, but it was a great experience. Vision Forum did a great job hosting it and putting together a Christ honoring line up of men who were able to address every topic from a Biblical focus.
Some of the Vaughn Boys met the Hopkins boys for the first time.
One of the best things about conferences like this one is the great opportunity to meet new friends and renew old friendships!
Also during the trip we notice a different outworking of the clash of the culture in our own family. It seems that our three year old is able to point out a portrait of General Stonewall Jackson in a magazine but he doesn’t know who Kermit the Frog is! Go figure, homeschooling apparently has sheltered him from the deranged humor of a puppet frog and his mistress pig.
Oh happy day!