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Polishing the Pulpit
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PTP 2023 Feedback
Your name (or remain anonymous)
How many years have you been a member of the church?
How many times have you been to PTP?
What year did you first attend PTP?
If you have been before, was this year’s PTP better or worse and why?
What leadership role(s) do you fill in your congregation?
Bible Class Teacher
What day(s) did you attend PTP?
Did you have children/teens attending PTP?
Please note the following before offering suggestions:
Food:<.b> There are food carts and daily meals on site. PTP does not run these carts and does not make money on food. PTP gets to have no input on pricing.
To relieve congestion and clear lines faster, encourage parking in the deck beside Wilderness Hotel. Still, we are a large group.
PTP gets bigger each year. Feedback says that most prefer staying at this location. So, we opened additional exits and “express lanes” for getting out and around the Events Center. Classes in smaller rooms often fi ll up. We cannot make the rooms bigger, so the choice is to use the rooms or leave them empty. To off er the widest variety of classes, we take advantage of the rooms. Some overfill. Fortunately, if one misses a class, they can hear it later on the fl ash drive.
Overall, were you pleased with PTP?
Will you be coming back to PTP?
Yes, Sevierville (August 16-22)
Yes, Branson (July 10-15)
Yes, to both PTPs
PTP would be better if . . . .
The best thing about PTP was . . . .
What realistic suggestions for improvement do you have for us?
What topics/speakers would you like to hear in the future?
What speakers do you suggest we rotate off the schedule?
Be specific but kind. Saying “Some speakers did not stay on topic” or “were unprepared” is not helpful for we do not know what speaker you mean.
What else do you want to let us know?
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