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October 11, 2006

I’ve arrived at Glorieta and the conference starts in about an hour. I had a very enjoyable weekend in Phoenix and visited Sedona, Jerome, Camp Verde and Wickenham which were all very interesting. I was curious about ‘mega’ churches which I have heard about and I was able to attend one on the Sunday morning. (In Australia we don’t have very many really big churches). On Monday I saw the Grand Canyon which was very impressive.

I’m finding that when I met people I need to talk more slowly as apparently my Australian accent makes me slightly difficult to understand!

by Susan Barnes
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Susan Barnes

~ writer of insightful posts about God and faith

8 thoughts on “Glorieta”

  1. Wendy

    G’day Mate…. lol
    I find a lot of people don’t try very hard to turn their ear to hear through an accent. But then it is we who have the accent as far as you are concerned, eh?

    I just read this in your profile:

    “Short Thoughts from Short Street”.

    Can we find this online?
    … and Short Street? …why Short Street?

  2. Wendy

    G’day Mate…. lol
    I find a lot of people don’t try very hard to turn their ear to hear through an accent. But then it is we who have the accent as far as you are concerned, eh?

    I just read this in your profile:

    “Short Thoughts from Short Street”.

    Can we find this online?
    … and Short Street? …why Short Street?

  3. Hi Wendy,
    Unfortunately “Short Thoughts From Short Street” is not available online. It is now a bit dated. The church I was attending at the time was in Short Street.

  4. Hi Wendy,
    Unfortunately “Short Thoughts From Short Street” is not available online. It is now a bit dated. The church I was attending at the time was in Short Street.

  5. I have posted the devotional thoughts from Short Thoughts from Short Street on the FaithWriters site. Check out my sidebar.

  6. I have posted the devotional thoughts from Short Thoughts from Short Street on the FaithWriters site. Check out my sidebar.

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