Sunday, September 19, 2010

Inside the Middle East Crisis:

19 September 2010: If you live near or are within driving distance of The Moody Church in Chicago there is an event you might want to attend the first weekend in October. The Title: Inside the Middle East Crisis: Finding Peace in a Troubled World.

The eyes of the world are focused on the events in the Middle East—the epicenter of the dramatic events that are shaping our world and impacting our future.

Are you ready for it?

On October 1st and 2nd, 2010, at the historic Moody Church in downtown Chicago, New York Times best-selling author, Joel C. Rosenberg, along with Dr. Erwin Lutzer, Dr. Charles Dyer, Dr. Michael Rydelnik, and Dr. Mitch Glaser will open our eyes to the events that are unfolding in the Middle East from a biblical perspective and provide practical insight on how to love Israel and her neighbors, come what may.

October 1-2, 2010
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Joel C. Rosenberg
Dr. Erwin Lutzer
Dr. Charlie Dyer
Dr. Michael Rydelnik
Dr. Mitch Glaser
Steve Wiggins (Musical Guest)
Mark Elfstrand (Emcee)
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The Moody Church 1635 North Lasalle Drive, Chicago, IL 60614
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Click here to buy your tickets now or call 888-405-5874 to register by phone. All tickets cover both days of the conference; single-day tickets are not available.

General Conference Rate: $59

Group discount of 20% for groups of four or more registrants (If you are a part of a group and you'd like to register separately, please click on "individual" when registering and then enter the code "group" to receive your 20% discount.

Conference Rate for Students: $25 (student ID required at check-in). Enter discount code student to receive the student rate in online registration


Expected Imminently said...

Hello Sean
I had an email today from John Chingford of 'Last Day's Watchman'.

He is so pleased because his link that you put on here, has given him the majority of his traffic.

So thank you so much. He is beavering away and the articles have grown hugely since he started in May. As always we have much to thank US Christians for their encouragement. Sadly there is little response from the scattered UK Christians as yet. What criticism he has had from the 'establishment'John has handled really well.

Thank you again and God bless your work. I am keeping a close eye on Jeremiah, so keep at it. :)

Big hug from Sue X

SeanOsborne said...


It was my distinct pleasure to link John's website, and I'm thrilled to help in sending traffic to his site.

While this blog focuses on eschatological issues, i.e. the Lord's spoken Word in action in these last days, John's site is focused on the Gospel 'meat and taters' of our faith in Christ and His Word.

We are all parts of the same body; working together is key to executing the Great Commission.