Anticipation Builds for Tulsa Workshop

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Anticipation is building for The International Soul Winning Workshop – more commonly known as Tulsa Workshop!

March 26-28 will be a marvelous time of praise, learning, friendship, and connecting with Christians from around the world.

There are some significant changes this year that attendees need to note.

The Workshop will no  longer be using the huge Expo (QuikTrip) building. A new setting has been created, using new construction at the Fairgrounds. It is known now as “Workshop Row”. I’m excited to see the new settings for classes and displays!

Another thing I’m excited about is the drive to have ONE COLLECTION. On Friday night with God’s help and generous Christians participating, $150,000 will be raised in a single contribution. This will keep them from having to pass the plate every night. So plan ahead to give generously that night. At any other conference such as this there is an entry fee. Tulsa has always been supported by local churches and free will offerings.I think it will be awesome to get this accomplished in one night!

I’m also excited about the evening speakers. My friend Loyd Harris will be speaking Thursday night. I can’t wait to see him, but even more, can’t wait to hear this brother preach the gospel. He does an awesome job! Also speaking are Joe Almanza and Steve Jackson.

Finally, I am anticipating the influx of bloggers into Tulsa for the workshop. We will have a blogger booth, two class sessions dedicated to Christian blogging (taught by myself and Trey Morgan), and a bloggers luncheon on Saturday. At the luncheon we will enjoy Theobloggers first annual blogger awards. To vote for your favorite blogs, go to THIS LINK.

It won’t be long and we’ll be living on Tulsa time!  The workshop internet site is LOCATED HERE.

It’s not too late to plan to make the trip to Tulsa!

If you’re going to Tulsa, let us know in the comments! Of course you can say anything else in the comments as well!

Thanks for reading,

John

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