P.I.D. Radio 9/28/10: Jeffrey Radt — Nanotech and Prophecy

WRITER AND prophecy analyst at Look Up Fellowship and host of Kingdom Bound Radio, Jeff Radt is our guest during this final show before attending the Supernatural Science and Prophecy Conference in Canton, Ohio. Jeff will join us and Tom Horn, as well as Russ Dizdar for two days of learning and fellowship October 1st and 2nd, and we pray that many of you can join us for this important event. For more information, see www.ControlledMinds.com.

We also mentioned our pastor Bob Land and his wife Amy, who are trying to adopt three special needs children from Ukraine.  To learn more about their situation and to see pictures of these beautiful children, visit www.ReecesRainbow.org/SponsorLand.html.

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  2. Constance

    I am thoroughly enjoying (albeit with some trepidation) the archives available through iTunes. I have only thus far listened to a few, but they are absolutely eye-opening, and I keep making notes and following links all over the place. It is essential that believers find out what is in store.

    While these things don’t seem to be taking place in such a small community where I live, I have no doubt that I will not be living in a shell when things come to pass.

    Even the Mormans have a transhumanist site: http://transfigurism.org/

    I went online to the PEACE site (through a bunch of links regarding it) and found my former church congregation listed. Now, there was no information, but it makes me wonder – as the whole church, in small groups, went through the “Purpose Driven Life” book in a 40-day stint (and I’m guessing got the books direct, as we got them for a reasonable fee) – does that automatically mean they were added to the list of congregations on that site? Do they know? What does that mean in the scheme of things? I realize that was back in 2004, and the church may have changed its direction since then (based on the book, perhaps), but it seriously scares me, as they were a great Bible-based church when we went there.

    I could go on and on – and I won’t likely hear you live, based on the time zone difference – but I thank God that I found you at all – it was just through the following of links through other podcasts and items I found through iTunes – the Lord can work in wondrous ways.

  3. sharonkgilbert Post author

    Hi Constance! Thanks so much for the kind, supportive words! Bless you for it! We’re delighted that you’ve joined our listening fellowship, and we pray that our programs help you to grow as a believer and as a member of the body of Christ.

    You might be right about the PEACE site adding churches to its site based solely on ‘Purpose Driven purchases’! Let’s face it: that the whole reason that the AARP is so cheap to join and why the organization solicits younger and younger people (now 50 or older) into their ‘retired people’ political lobby!!

    Not to worry about the ‘live’ option, as you most likely know by now, we have decided to go back to ‘on demand’ only due to major sound problems with BlogTalkRadio. Derek’s show, VFTB, will continue LIVE on Friday nights from 10pm til Midnight Eastern, and he’ll also post on demand only interview on Sunday nights.

    May the Lord shine upon your life, Constance, and may you reflect that light into the lives of all you know…
    Blessings,
    Sharon

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