Saturday

 

‘Faith & Design’ - Alabaster Co.
Santa Monica.
Barney's.

Because of the nature of the trip, there’s a fairly fixed structure to the week. This means that if you’re in the boat - you’re in the boat. There may be extra things you’re keen to do and other people you’re keen to catch up with, but please do let us know so that we can consider how it could work. Today is one of a couple of days where there is an opportunity to Uber out to do those things, but we do have responsibility for you while you’re out here, so please do let us know what you’re thinking. We might even be able to work it in and send one of the vans!

 
 
 
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Alabaster Co. began late one night when friends Bryan Chung and Brian Chung were deep in discussion on creativity and God. Reflecting on the direction culture was taking toward visual images, innovation and design, an idea was born: create a brand passionate about fully exploring the intersection of creativity, beauty, and faith.

This is a brand new relationship for us and we're so excited to see everything that comes from it.

 
 
 
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Today, we want to hit you with one last real, all-American experience. Loud, bright, delicious, hilarious, with its golden beaches, laid-back vibes and eclectic cuisine, Santa Monica is the only place to do it. We’ll spend time on the beach and take our iconic team photo before crossing the pier into the city for dinner.

 
 
 
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Ever tried a Mac Attack, Route 66 Combo, or Sundae Boat? Gluten, meat, carbs, sugar, lactose, 'Murica.
Welcome to Barney's Beanery.
Welcome to paradise.

 
 
 
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In the evening we’ll all come back together for a soppy evening of photo screening and encouragement giving. This is also your last opportunity to tell that special person you really feel called to being their life partner and that you really think you should skip your flights and go live on a beach in Carlsbad with Christian Surfers US. (please don’t do that.)

 
 
Tom Olyott