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LCEF Leadership Conference

 Things in Texas are well-
 Texas style.
At the Marriott Marquis downtown.
Right across from Minute Maid stadium.
For the Nationals fans-
 we didn't win here- but we did win it all.
I don't know too much about football,
 but this Heisman Trophy winner was humble and
moving. 
The Leadership Conference always
 has great and inspiring speakers.
Kechi, an AGT Golden Buzzer standout
 was super. 
Then as we moved into the lobby,
 we were standing right by Kechi and her mom.
We were able to visit a minute 
and offer a prayer of blessing over them.
 Saturday evening was a fun experience 
to see the Houston Zoo lights.
Good to be together
 and see family and friends.
Serving together in the Kingdom.
Tim Tebow is a great story teller and presenter.
Encouraging to live with a Big God.
Once again - 
a blessing to be present at the 
Lutheran Church Extension Fund- 
Leadership Conference.


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