International Soul Winning Workshop

ISWW, better known as “Tulsa Workshop” is this week! I’m not certain how many years I’ve been attending this great event, but it’s 20+ for sure. This year’s theme and schedule look fantastic. My hat is off to Terry Rush and the team from Memorial Drive Church of Christ for their hard work in getting this event put together. They always do a fantastic job. Now that I live in Monroe, I’ve cut my drive time to Tulsa in half. The schedule for the workshop is located HERE. I know all of the presentations will be great, but I can’t help but note these highlights:

THURSDAY

Marvin Phillips – Let’s Restore Passion. If anyone has demonstrated non-stop passion for the gospel of Jesus, it is Marvin.

Patrick Mead – Re-Imaging the Church. I can’t wait to meet Patrick Mead and to hear him in person. If you’re one of the 3 people in American not reading his blog, click HERE and bookmark!

Albert Lemmons – The Most Encouraging Teachers of Prayer. I do not know anyone else among us who has been so focused on prayer.

Buddy Bell – Heart Matters:  What God Wants. Buddy is such an encourager. He is in the Word and he is making a difference.

Keith Roberts – Why God Waits for You to Pray. Keith preaches down the road in Calhoun, LA. He has also presented a prayer workshop annually for several years. AND he’s a new blogger.

FRIDAY

Terry Rush – How to Inspire Your Congregation to Win Souls. I can’t wait to get my hands on Terry’s new DVD series on evangelism. I would guess that you’re reading HIS BLOG.

Dusty Rush – I Heard God Crying. Dusty has been a great friend and a big influence on my heart. And Dusty is also an excellent blogger.

Randy Harris – Staying Sane When Everyone Else is Crazy Pt. 1. Can you go wrong with Randy Harris? No, you cannot. I may wear my black shirt in his honor on Friday!

I will have to come back to Monroe on Saturday, but I see on the schedule that there is more of the same. It looks to me that every class is a winner. Tulsa Workshop looks as strong as ever in my opinion. 

So, if you’re going to be attending the Tulsa Workshop, let it be known here in a comment!

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