Dave Reagan's conference goes live from Dallas - hot temperatures and hot topics. By Alan Franklin.

Pat and I are with Dave Reagan and other speakers in Dallas, preparing for today's (Saturday's) "Living on Borrowed Time" prophecy conference.The temperature yesterday was 105 F, but it's the hot topics in the conference center that should grab the world's attention, like Ron Rhodes on: “The Epidemic of Apostasy.” The conference is not for those with itching ears, but for those who want- and need- to know what is happening in these End Times. It is live streamed on the internet.

Nathan Jones, web minister at Lamb Lion ministries and well known for his appearances on the Christ in Prophecy TV program, is talking on “The Signs of Technology” . The book of Daniel makes it clear that in these days, as we approach the soon return of the Lord Jesus, knowledge and travel will increase. That's true, but there is also woeful ignorance.

The talks are live streamed and you watch them by using this link:http://www.lamblion.com/index.php

The conference is at the Allen Performing Arts Center at the Allen High School 300 Rivercrest Boulevard, Allen, TX (a suburb of Dallas).

Here's the speaker schedule:

Saturday Morning & Afternoon, June 29th


Doors open at 8:00am


9:00 to 10:00 Don McGee:


“The Rebirth of Israel”


10:00 to 10:30 Break


10:30 to 11:30 Nathan Jones:


“The Signs of Technology”


11:30 to 1:30


Break for Lunch


1:30 to 2:30 Ron Rhodes:


“The Epidemic of Apostasy”


2:30 to 3:00




3:00 to 4:00 Alan Franklin:


“The Revival of the Roman Empire”


4:00 to 4:30




 4:30 to 5:30 Robert Jeffress:


“America’s Coming Implosion”

  • Any churches in America or Britain who want to wake up their congregations by teaching them the vital subject of prophecy- about one third of the Bible is prophetic-can  invite me to talk by getting in touch at alan@thefreepressonline.co.uk




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