SHEDNIGHT // SHEDHAPPENS... for Real Men... champion sons of the KING OF KINGS!

SHED NIGHT // SHED HAPPENS is for MEN to support one another. “As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another”. Proverbs 27:17

Around 80 men and younger men came to hear the stories of 2 great blokes and learn to connect with each other on Monday at Darts switch board workshop. It was great to see men doing there bit to add to the success of the night building a team to the benefit of others. Seems that it is much easier to talk with other blokes when we are involved, and have a job to do at shed, getting involved instead of being a spectator, watching from the side line. The interviews were good and the two men shared life as they experienced it before and as they recognised God had a plan for them.

One of the things that struck me on the night though was the number of men that wanted to step up and learn to be more confident when talking to the bloke standing by them self and getting the guts to do it. Let’s encourage each other to take a risk for the King and talk to the lonely men we all have come across our path. A big thank you to all the Men in the Shed.

As I have heard many times “no one goes backwards with encouragement”. I encourage all the blokes attending shed nights to get a job to do in the Shed, you might be surprised where it might lead.


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Comment by Frank Cowell on September 30, 2011 at 16:22

Good on yer Wayne,

"Give a bloke a job and let him get on with it, 'quote from Watto that is right on the money. Often when we are leading it is easy to overlook the bloke standing in the corner a bit lost. More on the team; more connection happening! Thanks mate. Frank

Comment by Luke William Doecke on September 29, 2011 at 7:20
Yeah great report Wayne. I know you were pleased with the night and I'm sure God was pumped to see more men connecting. Stepping up to the plate in conversation with a lonely guy or helping out certainly moves you into a direction you wouldn't even know. Keep having a crack mate. Gb luke
Comment by Darryl Redden on September 29, 2011 at 5:01
Thanks for your report Wayne. You touched on a couple of good points. Get the blokes involved with a job. If they have something to do they will feel more a part of the shed. Also, you have to make the interviews real, not just soft and without substance. I agree with you that blokes are looking for a way to "cross the room" and just go and talk to someone else who may be standing on their own. This may come with time and more encouragement. Mate you are getting stronger all the time. What a champion leader. Darryl

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