Thanks, North America CFO!

The CFOI Trainers had a great time at the North America Annual Meeting in May. We had an effective day of sharing, praying and practicing with a room full of folks who love CFO. Thanks to the Council of Leaders for inviting us again! Can you tell from the pictures it was a good time?

We hope you can join in on CFOI Training soon.  There will be another 1-day session in May 2016 at Annual in North Carolina.  We also host Refresher Calls several times each year, and we’ll let you know about the next one through this blog.  Those are about an hour long, and they cover just one aspect of the CFO day.  If you want a CFOI Trainer to work with your Council Ring or Zone, we are available.  Write to cfoicoordinator@gmail.com for more information.

Here's Ray, who's been in CFO for 68 years, learning to lead singing:)

Here’s Ray, a CFOer for 68 years, learning to lead singing:)

Here's Martha, leading a discussion of the purposes of each part of our CFO program.

Here’s Martha, leading a discussion of the purposes of each part of our CFO program.

Did I mention it was a happy day?  Here's Carole, one of the Trainers and our North America Regional Vice President, enjoying it!

Did I mention it was a happy day? Here’s Carole, one of the Trainers and our North America Regional Vice President, enjoying it!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here's Becky leading a new Rhythm, created in the session led by Nancy.

Here’s Becky leading a new Rhythm, created in the training session led by Nancy.

One Comment

Jerry Elmer

Thanks for the wonderful pictures. Ray Kennison’s father, Gordon, whose picture appears opposite p.70 in the original Windows of Heaven, brought my parents to the Winni CFO in 1966. My dad, who played the piano and organ, was friends with Joel Hayden, and they would compare music they had each written. They have all now graduated to the higher plane of living, but leave great memories. I started CFO at the now-defunct Pioneer CFO in 1972, and will be attending the Lassen camp in northern California starting Sunday. Blessings and peace.

Jerry Elmer

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