Saturday, November 17, 2007


One of the coolest venues in Atlanta was quite well named tonight as the Tabernacle lived up to one of Websters definitions [3: a house of worship;] as the Remedy Tour came to a rousing conclusion. If you were fortunate enough to get in, you know it was a splendid night as Crowder [with The Myriad and Phil Wickham] brought the place to life. It's great to be back home as Shelley has orchestrated two tour endings in two nights. That is amazing!

So thanks to all the new and old friends we were able to share these incredible nights with....especially you guys from Clemson and Gainsville State who stood out in the cold for quite some time after the night to say hello. We love you all and are humbled to be on such a beautiful journey together.

PS- The camera on my BlackBerry is rubbish, I know.


  • The Tabernacle is my favorite venue in Atlanta and last night just seemed like what a small glimpse of what Heaven might be like. I've been to sold out shows there before, but not one of them was as packed or had an atmosphere that last night had. Praise God from whom all blessings flow!

    By Blogger Joseph, at 11/17/2007 5:41 AM  

  • Shelley is amazing!! :) I'm sure you know that LG!! She also has one of the coolest jobs in the world!! :) Praying for your guys rest.. and the passion team, as always!! :-D

    By Blogger Ashley, at 11/17/2007 9:51 AM  

  • last night the tabernacle definitely = worship!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11/17/2007 12:11 PM  

  • Louie and Shelley,
    WOW. Thank you for all you do. God is smiling at you!!!!

    P.S. Did anyone else feel heavenly warning as we shook the balcony???

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11/17/2007 5:13 PM  

  • I was not there that night, but did attend the previous night at Hard Rock Live in Orlando, FL...

    it was really cool...

    The people handing stuff out when you first walked in asked about the towel and socks and it was cool to see their expression of what we did/were doing.

    God is awesome!

    By Blogger Sean, at 11/17/2007 9:48 PM  

  • Hey louie,

    im not sure if you get these commments but im from boston. im trying to get a team to go to kiev or another city in may or june. have you guys looked into any possible sites to work at. my email is plyons2@bryant.edu let me know if you guys have any recommendations for kiev or paris.

    By Anonymous paul, at 11/18/2007 2:58 AM  

  • louie,

    you said at passion06 that we must "infiltrate culture before we can influence it"

    keep infiltrating - i love it

    prayers from ireland,

    By Anonymous Rick Hill, at 11/18/2007 10:57 AM  

  • To the Passion team:

    Just want to thank you for all the amazing things you've done this year and past years. I'm always looking forward to read the blog!!

    Keep on doing the things you do! For God's renown!

    Paul, I'm going to e-mail you about Paris. I live close to Paris and I've been there a couple of times. I might be able to suggest you some places to stay...for anyone who need help for the European stops: let me know, I'll be glad to help....

    By Blogger Jacoline, at 11/18/2007 1:43 PM  

  • "If we lived as loud as we sang this world would be a different place." - David Crowder

    By Blogger fredsterific, at 11/18/2007 8:27 PM  

  • Praise God for what He's done. I'm so thankful for the work He's done through the Passion Team, for venues, tours, and that He is worthy of our praise. God has used you guys to help me grow and mature in so many ways! Praise God for His greatness outshines the Heavens!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11/18/2007 10:39 PM  

  • Louie,
    Thanks for hanging out and talking albeit briefly on Friday night. I really enjoyed the time. Great show as always with the Crowder guys and I pray that God gives you and Shelley rest as the time on the road has wound down. Can't wait to see how the Tabernacle comes out on the DVD!

    By Blogger The BOB-O, at 11/19/2007 12:08 AM  

  • Louie,
    This isn't relevant to this post... BUT, I was at YS Saturday night and you spoke to my heart. Thank you. Running away from God seemed easier to me than facing reality, but as I continue to learn... the cross is all I have.

    thank you.

    By Blogger Anna, at 11/19/2007 12:10 AM  

  • ya guys rock

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11/19/2007 10:10 AM  

  • are you going to

    By Blogger anthony, at 11/19/2007 10:20 AM  

  • I'm very excited about the upcoming Passion World Tour. But can you please try to add Manila to your itinerary! Please! Please!


    from the Philippines

    By Blogger tim, at 11/20/2007 6:23 AM  

  • Just listened to the podcast and saw that there is a new talk on 268, so I have to say you guys really never stop laboring for us...AND I APPRECIATE IT!

    By Blogger morganleigh, at 11/20/2007 6:13 PM  

  • Louie,
    i was one of the people who got the oppotunity to stand out in the freezing cold weahter to wait for all yall to come out!!! it was awesome getting to meet everyonel!!! and ur faux-hawk was sooo CRUNK!!!! GOOOO fightin geese... aka Gainesville state!!!

    By Anonymous Nicole, at 11/21/2007 3:22 PM  

  • Happy Thanksgiving

    7 reasons I'm grateful to God for Chris Tomlin

    1) He can sing on key.
    2) His songs lift up God, making Him higher than anything else
    3) He loves children like Jesus does
    4) I believe I'm singing on key when I worship with his songs
    5) He wants to live out Isaiah 61
    6) He loves the city of Austin
    7) His jokes are actually funny

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11/21/2007 11:43 PM  

  • Louie and Shelley.....you are both amazing. Thank you, and everyone on the Passion team, for all you do. Keep lifting the name of Jesus up high...and I know you will.

    I'm really looking forward to the world tour, and if volunteers are needed, I will be more than glad to help out. Looking forward to see God's glory revealed throughout all of these cities. Many blessings and I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

    By Blogger Donna, at 11/24/2007 11:38 AM  

  • just listened to your "Grateful" podcast and I'm glad to hear that you guys are ok.

    thank you so much for your encouragment Louie! my friends and I started an organization and right now we're working on building an orphanage in the Philippines. i never thought it was gonna be easy but it is hard. we've experienced a few bumps in the road already with this whole process and it gets tiring sometimes. i totally agree with what you said that anything to do with God is gonna be hard and i am so glad that we dont have to do things on our own strength but through His.

    so excited btw that Passion is coming to Vancouver next year! yay! i found out about it after i bought my ticket for the LA regionals but oh well.. i'll just volunteer when you guys come here.

    thanks so much for all you do Louie. happy thanksgiving to you guys!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11/25/2007 3:41 AM  

  • I just found your articles in CCM and Im enjoying them very much. I saw you up in the balcony at the Tabernacle. It was a great time of worship. Thanks for all you do man.

    By Blogger Garrett, at 11/28/2007 1:08 PM  

  • Louie,
    Thanks for the good work you are doing. Praying from Kenya andn also reading your book on Air/breath. It is fantastic.

    Ldp student, Kenya

    By Blogger titus, at 11/29/2007 6:40 AM  

  • HEY! that's me!
    the guy on the very left edge of the picture.
    it was great to meet you (again) that night.

    and yes, your blackberry camera IS rubbish. but it's ok.

    By Anonymous Beni Nicoara, at 4/16/2008 12:26 AM  

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