We met yesterday. The discussion centered around the supernatural workings of the Spirit and how that looks in our church.
Let me just say, if you're a person who has to have closure- you'd be frustrated by our meetings.
We floundered around for awhile, then never really landed the plane. There were passionate discussions followed by a resolve to keep seeking God for all he wants to do in our church.
So if you're looking for a "as a result of this meeting, we are going to..." I think the closest thing I can say is "...pray with more faith."
Religulous presents faith as completely opposed to reason-that faith is believing any silly thing you want. But a biblical view of faith is that faith is actually based on knowledge and reason; it's not opposed to it ... Ultimately Maher-who calls himself a proponent of doubt-is a bit too skeptical for his own good. If you're too skeptical, then you'll be sure that you won't believe something that's false, but you will also fail to believe things that are true, things that might help you.