15
Sep
07

I Believe…

I think I speak for everyone when I say: “Hiiiiiioooooooooooo”!!!

Great to see that Powerpoint is back and what a comeback it was. 450 of you crammed yourselves into St Thomas’ church last night. We were blessed with some wise, deep and humourous chat from the man that is Luis Palau and we learned the following…

  • Bill Gates’ full name is William Henry Gates III
  • George Foreman has 5 sons all of whom are called George
  • David Beckham plays with a different pair of (£300) football boots every game
  • And something about Alex Salmond (can’t remember what though)

We also learned that no matter how well drained a battery is, there’s always a little bit of juice left in it…

I don’t think they were the most important messages though.

T-shirt

OK everyone who was there now has their very own, much oversized, white t-shirt; however, it ain’t supposed to stay that way. Remember to get designing: write “I AM NOT ASHAMED” on the front and something on the back something like “of the Gospel” or words to the same effect.

Get a photo taken of yourself wearing it somewhere exciting and email to tshirt@powerpointedinburgh.co.uk – you may want to send a couple of photos to demonstrate just how good a design your t-shirt is! Prizes GALORE will be awarded at the next Powerpoint (Friday 12 October) – and if there are no prizes, there will be kudos aplenty!

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