Weekend Wrap Up

Lesson Topic: Week One of our Series 'Strange But True' (Elijah and the prophets of Baal)
Attendance: Average
'Fun Factor': Above Average
Volunteer Involvement: Below Average
Music: Above Average
Lesson Quality: Below Average
Length of Lesson: 18 mins
Student Response: Average

It was a strange weekend for us. Lots of creativity went into the program, but I'd say the audience response wasn't what we thought it would be. The crowd just seemed a little dead overall. The band was an all student band which meant the quality dropped off a little bit, but it was great to see a band of 100% students! The lesson was good and bad...I feel like a did a pretty good job of telling the account of Elijah Vs. the Prophets of Baal and seemed to have the students interest, but my application didn't seem to hit the mark the way I hoped it would.
All in all, it was a well planned, well executed and creative weekend that missed the mark a bit.


Tony Steward said...

With a band of 100% students how is the mentorship and followup component with those students facilitated?

Elyse said...

I thought you did well! If you saw me in the front row squirming at the 4:30 service, it wasn't because of the lesson, it was that freaky-long eylash-vampire-baby thing, it still gives me chills when I think about it!

Anonymous said...

I liked it

rob said...

have you seen the elijah comic from dust press?

007 said...

all right for the 100% student band!!

-chase p

wes said...

i love the wrap up. very insightful. and on the all student band, i think that's awesome.

Elise! said...

i thought it was a great weekend, i love to hear the story of elijah. by the way, very funny thought for the week!