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1 Did you know …. … that the writer of the 1983 movie A Christmas Story was inspired by a Nehi soda advertisement for the infamous leg lamp.

2 Got Macs and PCs in your office? Are you multi-site? Find out why more than half the people at this conference – and thousands more around the countryare using OnDemand! Learn more about how to get 24/7/365 power in the Resource Area

3 Did you know …. When Leif Ericsson landed in North America in A.D. 1001, he was so impressed by the proliferation of grapevines that he named it Vinland.

4 Did you know …. Underground is the only word in the English language that begins and ends with the letters und.

5 Multiple choice! Who was the grandson of Boaz? 1) Gad 2) Jesse 3) Eliab 4) Joab

6 Answer: 2) Jesse

7 Smartphones. iPads. Church members and church staff are on the GO! Stop by the GOT MOBILE? area in the Resource Area and explore our mobile tools … and give us your input on what mobile solutions we need to do next.

8 Did you know …. The brain uses the same amount of power as a 10-watt light bulb.

9 Did you know …. Babies are born with 300 bones, but adults have only 206.

10 Movie Quiz! Name the movie the following quote is taken from: He says: I was wondering if you were free today? She says: Yeah. Im free every day, its in the constitution.

11 Movie Quiz! Name the movie the following quote is taken from: He says: I was wondering if you were free today? She says: Yeah. Im free every day, its in the constitution. Grease 2, 1982 (the sassy line was given by a young Michelle Pfeiffer)

12 Movie Quiz! Name the movie the following quote is taken from: What makes the elephant charge his tusk in the misty mist, or the dusky dusk? What makes the muskrat guard his musk?

13 Movie Quiz! Name the movie the following quote is taken from: What makes the elephant charge his tusk in the misty mist, or the dusky dusk? What makes the muskrat guard his musk? The Wizard of Oz (Cowardly Lion)

14 Movie Quiz! Name the movie the following quote is taken from: Alright, Mr. DeMille, Im ready for my close-up.

15 Movie Quiz! Name the movie the following quote is taken from: Alright, Mr. DeMille, Im ready for my close-up. Sunset Boulevard, 1950

16 Movie Quiz! Name the movie the following quote is taken from: Maybe he's not that smart. Maybe he's like a worker bee who only knows how to push buttons or something.

17 Movie Quiz! Name the movie the following quote is taken from: Maybe he's not that smart. Maybe he's like a worker bee who only knows how to push buttons or something. E.T., 1982

18 Did you know …. At churches that have fully launched The City, 95% of congregants have an active City profile

19 Did you know …. At churches that have fully launched The City, 95% of congregants have an active City profile 7 of 10 members of churches with an active instance of The City engage with their church through the network in a given month

20 Did you know …. At churches that have fully launched The City, 95% of congregants have an active City profile 7 of 10 members of churches with an active instance of The City engage with their church through the network in a given month 47% of active users of The City are involved in a church small group? Learn more about The City in the City Café!

21 Inquiring minds want to know … The city of Atlanta had a different name from 1843 – 1844 … what was it?

22 Inquiring minds want to know … The city of Atlanta had a different name from 1843 – 1844 … what was it? Marthasville – named for Governor Wilson Lumpkins daughter.

23 Giving, event payments, remote deposits … lets talk $ in the Resource Area! Weve got ways to ease payments, help you step up stewardship, and save time processing.

24 Inquiring minds want to know … The chicken capital of the world is located in Georgia. What city is it?

25 Inquiring minds want to know … The chicken capital of the world is located in Georgia. What city is it? Gainesville, Georgia (about 50 miles northeast of where youre sitting now) Anyone else hungry?

26 Did you know … Its illegal to eat fried chicken with a fork in the world chicken capital of Gainesville, Georgia.

27 Did you know … Its illegal to eat fried chicken with a fork in the world chicken capital of Gainesville, Georgia. In 2009, 91-year-old Ginny Dietrick was arrested for using her fork to eat fried chicken. She was later pardoned – and named an Honorary Georgia Poultry Princess by the Gainesville mayor.

28 Weve got great ideas for helping your childrens ministry reach its goals. Bring your ideas and come talk about kids in the Resource Area!

29 Did you know …. That the song Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was an adaptation of a 1939 poem by Robert L. May, originally written for a coloring book produced by the department store Montgomery Ward?

30 Did you know …. Your body gives off enough heat in 30 minutes to boil half a gallon of water. Thats hot!

31 Pop quiz! Whats the Georgia state flower?

32 Pop quiz! Whats the Georgia state flower? Whats the Georgia state tree? The Cherokee rose

33 Pop quiz! Whats the Georgia state flower? Whats the Georgia state tree? The Cherokee rose The live oak

34 Pop quiz! Whats the official Georgia state fish?

35 Pop quiz! Whats the official Georgia state fish? The largemouth bass

36 Implementation, User Groups, Training, the Megachurch Client Program … weve got one-on-one resource expertise you need. Come learn more in the Resource Area!

37 Pop quiz! What does the abbreviation i.e. mean?

38 Pop quiz! What does the abbreviation i.e. mean? i.e. is an abbreviation for the Latin term id est, which means, roughly, that is.

39 Social Media FACTS The 2012 Super Bowl inspired more than 12.2 million social-media comments during and after the big fame, primarily on Twitter and Facebook. That's a 578% increase over the total from 2011.

40 Social Media FACTS Facebook super users contribute more content to the social network than the rest of their friends. As a result, most users receive more likes, friend requests, and messages than they themselves send.

41 Social Media FACTS 13% of online adults use Twitter

42 Mobile FACTS 33% of cell phone owners now access news on their cell phones.

43 Mobile FACTS 24% of adult cell phone owners used their cell phones while they were in a store during the holiday season to look up the price of a product online.

44 Mobile FACTS 48% of all teens ages 12 to 17 say theyve been a passenger while a driver has texted behind the wheel.

45 Mobile FACTS 24% of adult cell phone owners used their cell phones while they were in a store during the holiday season to look up the price of a product online.

46 True or False? The Great Wall of China is the only man-made object that can be seen from space.

47 True or False? The Great Wall of China is the only man-made object that can be seen from space. False! What people often mistake for the great wall in photos is actually a river.

48 True or False? Alaska natives have hundreds of words for snow.

49 True or False? Alaska natives have hundreds of words for snow. True! Though, in fairness, many snow-related terms words are simply compound words. In Inuit languages, a phrase like first snow could be combined into firstsnow.

50 True or False? On airplanes, the seats closest to the exits are safest in the case of a crash.

51 True or False? On airplanes, the seats closest to the exits are safest in the case of a crash. False! In case of crash, the back is actually safest. But you do want to be close to an exit if theres a fire.

52 True or False? In the early 2000s, an overabundance of wine production led some California vintners to sell their wine for less than the cost of production.

53 True or False? In the early 2000s, an overabundance of wine production led some California vintners to sell their wine for less than the cost of production. True! The most famous example is Trader Joes two-buck Chuck.

54 Did you know …. The financial cost of an organizational data loss incident is estimated to be $4,000 or more – per incident? Ouch!

55 Did you know …. Hardware or system problems account for percent of all data loss. Want to learn about an easy way to protect your system from data loss? Ask us about OnDemand in the Resource Area.


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