There's been some talking around Soul Cafe about putting actual somethings to replace those generic blue heads. Which gives rise to all kinds of interesting questions to ponder as you stare out the window when you should be making phone calls or writing sermons. How do you "image" a congregation? Is it the building? A logo? Worse yet, how do you "image" a group and a process -- this Mt. PLUM thing? (yes folks, I can overthink anything).
When the Mt. PLUM steering group got together June 30th, talking about what next and talking about picnics, out of the conversation about fear and what needed to be done and amusement parks -- we realized that our "image" for the process and the group would be a bunch of us on a roller coaster, arms in the air, screaming. Well, I didn't get that photo yesterday. Partly because not all of us actually went on the roller coaster, and partly because I didn't have a camera. So here it is, stock photo off the internet. But true enough. Unless, of course, someone else has a) a better idea or b) a better photo.