Futures Conference 2022: It’s a Wrap

What a blessing it was to hear men of God boldly speak the truth of God regarding the time and season in which we live. Charlie Kirk and Jack Hibbs kicked it off in grand fashion on Friday night, discussing the Great Reset and encouraging believers to stand strong in the truth of God’s Word.

Pastor Jack led off on Saturday morning with a message centered on the 7 churches in Revelation 2-3, warning that Laodicea represents the church of the last days. Sadly, the church today closely resembles that church.

Jeff Kinley, author of several books on The Great Reset and end times, exhorted us to live out our faith in these days, then Pastor Shadrach Means blessed us with his humor and straightforward exhortation to get in the battle.

Amir Tsarfati closed out the teaching portion of the conference with his new message about the greatest generation…the one that sees today’s prophecies being fulfilled.

The conference closed with a lively Q&A session.

Calvary Chapel Chino Hills is a fantastic venue and a great host church. The believers there are alive and active, and I was super blessed by two things: saints worshipping the Lord at the top of their voices, and seeing men be extraordinary leaders and servants. Oh, that every church was filled with men willing to do so.

If you missed the live stream, see yesterday’s post for Friday night’s session, and here is Saturday’s sessions:

Amir Tsarfati will teach at all 3 services at CCCH on Sunday. I’m excited to be there! Service times are 8am, 10:30am and 1pm Pacific time. Catch the live stream on Calvary Chapel Chino Hills’ website.

Meanwhile, here is a peak from the conference:

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