Sunday, March 25, 2007

Workshop Video



My thanks to John Dobbs for this brief video from Thursday evening in the Pavilion.

9 comments:

Jeanne said...

What an incredibly powerful night!! In all my years of ISWW Workshoping, I don't think we have ever experienced anything as powerful as we did by the end of Thursday night. I loved the fact that we offered no "formal invitation" because none was needed. EVERY heart in that place responded that night and it wasn't to anyone other than JESUS!!!!!!!!! Thanks for all you did helping put this year's workshop together! We were all so richly blessed!!!

Jeanne said...

Too many wonderfully late nights recently have left my spelling skills lacking! I know that no one else would care, but I AM an English teacher so in order for me to sleep peacefully tonight make that "Workshopping"! Okay, I feel better now. I've got to learn how to go back and delete comments! :)

Brad said...

Shane,

Great work this past week on the workshop. Thanks for all you and Memorial did to make it a wonderful time of encouragement and fellowship. Memorial is blessed to have you as their worship leader. Peace!

john dobbs said...

It was great to meet you last week, Shane. You are doing a super work for God and I look forward to hearing the many ways God will use you!

Wendy C. said...

Shane, you did a great job! We're so glad that you and Alice are at Memorial!

Keith L said...

Great working with you brother! The time went by so quickly. Too bad we have to wait an entire year for another workshop.

Franklin Wood said...

Shawn...I mean Shane...thanks for being a great encouragement at Workshop! I am already looking forward to next year. You did a great job of leading us into God's presence. Keep on praying as you plan for next year. Don't be a stranger!

Shane Coffman said...

Thanks to all for your encouragement. It's fun to get to serve together, isn't it?

Theresa said...

Shane it's neat to see you serving God the way you are. Tulsa looks really neat - maybe I'll go next year. I can't believe I've never been! I guess I've always been either in school or teaching it so it is hard to get away!