Pictures of Lily
This article in Christianity Today is remarkable for a number of reasons, perhaps especially for the eloquent line, 'In a lot of ways, I considered Driscoll one of my pastors.' Such a sentiment is certainly consistent with the risible TGC video where megachurch/multisite is discussed (Remember: Mars Hill will easily outlast Capitol Hill Baptist because it is not dependent on the pastor). But I am tempted to respond with the following 'note to self': 'If someone doesn't actually know that you actually exist, then he isn't actually your pastor.'
The Who nailed it back in the 60s. Enjoy.