Os, thank you for your obedience and all you and your team did to put this on (and thank you also to Michael, Craig and Ron)! You all make a great team. My wife and I flew down along with six others from our community. I am so glad that we did as this was a very well done conference with some phenomenal information and great insights that I believe are right for our time. I have already begun to share this information with others. Thank you for help in preparing us and equipping us!
Bless you Jim. Thank you for being with us.
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The Signs of the Times Conference was absolutely phenomenal. My husband and I were so honored to have attended. God has promised my husband and I a financial harvest and we have been seeking God for His wisdom to position ourselves to receive it. I believe the information we received at the Signs of the Times conference was that last piece we needed to properly position ourselves. We are still so full and absolutely blessed by being able to attend this year. God gives you just what you need, when you need it.
Harry Dent provides a great in-depth analysis of the “natural” side of the economic crisis and where we are headed. Get cup of coffee and sit for awhile. http://www.boomandbustinvestor.com/pages/bnb/BNB1_NEW.php?&pub=...
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Os thank you so much this was a wonderful event. This helped me with the Financial end of things and some good ideas and things to pray about.
More than that though I was really challenged to soak in the Word of God and expect the supernatural to happen. Just starting to read Change Agent book and very excited.
Unfortunetely I wasn't able to partake. The sign of the time is so prevalent today than ever before. I've been studing the "Emerging Church" in comparision to the sign of the times. The mindset move beyond the rational and the facturual to the experiential and the mystical. In other words, in the past it was possible to know right from wrong and black from white.
In the postmodern era all things are relative to the beholder. What may be right for you may be wrong for someone else. There is no such thing as absolute truth. The only thing that is absolute is that there is no absolute.