Please join me in Denver on Thursday night to discuss Iran, Israel & Damascus Countdown.

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(Denver, Colorado) — I’m looking forward to Thursday night, August 8th, when I’ll be speaking here in the Denver area on, “The War Clouds Rising Between Israel & Iran.”

  • How close is Iran to getting The Bomb?
  • How close is Israel to launching a preemptive military strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities?
  • Does the White House have a plan to neutralize the Iranian threat before it’s too late?
  • What does Bible prophecy say about the future of the Middle East with regards to Iran, as well as with regards to the military coup in Egypt and the horrific civil war underway in Syria?

I will discuss these questions, discuss my latest novel — Damascus Countdown — and share some insights from the five weeks I recently spent in Israel, and discussions I had with several senior advisors to the Prime Minister. 

The occasion will be the annual fundraising event for Ministry Architecture, Inc., a ministry my parents (Len and Mary Rosenberg) started 13 years to provide architectural services for evangelical Christian ministries operating in developing countries who need orphanages, training centers, hospitals, and other facilities to show the love of Jesus. Before I speak, my folks will share about the exciting work God is doing through this ministry in countries such as Mexico, Nigeria, Zambia, Sudan, Romania, Haiti, Thailand, Turkey, Israel, etc. Then I will share from the Scriptures and discuss the Middle East and take your questions (that is my favorite part of the evening!)

  • The event will take place at Calvary Chapel South Denver in Littleton, Colorado, from 7:30pm to 9:30pm.
  • Doors will open at 6:30pm.
  • A contribution of $25 per person is requested to help support Ministry Architecture. Contributions are tax deductible.
  • Registration is required, and you can register at www.ministryarchitecture.com.

Please join us — I hope to see you there.

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