Best Practice Luncheon

Charles Kiser —  August 25, 2009 — 2 Comments

DMag_03_09_CoverThis Thursday we’re hosting the Best Practice Luncheon in partnership with the Dallas Junior Chamber of Commerce.

“Best practices” is a familiar term in the professional world. The phrase refers to those methods that produce the best results in any given industry by the most effective means.

The idea behind the event is that our best practice as professionals is our own personal development – inspired by Earl Creps’s thought: “My best practice must be me.”

My best practice is me.

Your best practice is you.

We’re pleased that Dallas District Attorney Craig Watkins has accepted our invitation to come speak on this topic. Watkins is the first African American D.A. in the state of Texas. He was recently featured on 60 Minutes and in D Magazine (see the provocative article here) for his work to free men who had been wrongly imprisoned. He is turning the justice system upside down with his approach and is turning heads nationwide.

Watkins will share about his own personal development after coming into a position of great power and being the object of intense criticism.

I heard him speak at a Central Dallas Ministries prayer breakfast in April and he was fantastic.

If you’d like more information you can visit www.storylinecommunity.com/luncheon.

Registration ends today so hurry and register if you’d like to attend. Lunch is provided but seats are limited. It’s open to all. Register by sending an email to info@storylinecommunity.com or RSVP to the Facebook Event.

Please pray for the success of this event and that it will open doors for deeper conversation about personal development and spiritual formation among our young professional peers here in the Uptown area.

Charles Kiser

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Dallas, TX. Church Planter with Storyline Christian Community. Equipper and Coach with Mission Alive.

2 responses to Best Practice Luncheon

  1. 

    This is very exciting. Wonderful to see the way that the vision and vocation of Storyline are working out.

  2. 

    Great event! I was glad to be part of it

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