My New York weekend is history and we had a grand time. The trip to Yankee Stadium was interesting. Traffic was so heavy that we arrived at the game in the second inning. Fortunately, our seats were in the shade because it was 93 degrees at game time. The Yankees lost 19-6, which is more of a football score than a baseball score.
After the game we went down to Jersey City to visit with some Philipino leaders. I will visit their church tonight to conduct a leadership seminar and we felt it best to have a face-to-face meeting before my session. Then on Sunday, I spoke at Crossroads Community Church in Maywood, New Jersey, where I spoke on "We Have Nothing To Fear But Fear Itself." I have attached my Powerpoing slides from that session below for your study and meditation.
Sunday night we went into New York to have dinner with Deborah, our daughter. We went to a Brazilian restaurant, only to find it closed since the air conditioning was broken (It was close to 100 degrees in the city!). So we proceeded to the meat packing district to eat the Market Cafe. It wasn't half bad, but it was so hot in the restaurant that we sweat while we ate. As I've said many times, having fun is hard work.
Now I have some one-on-one appointments before I visit Philadelphia on my way home to Pittsburgh. I will be home until next Monday when I head out to The Pacific Institute in Seattle.