If you follow my blog, you know that next week we will be hosting our annual Fresh Oil New Wine conference at Abba’s House. By now, you might be saying to yourself, “Self… why should I go to Fresh Oil New Wine?”
I’m SO glad you asked!
In the spirit of “all things listed”, here are 5 reasons you should come to Fresh Oil New Wine:
#5 The Olympics are over.
With all of the ongoing video clips, comments, and chatter still dying off in the distance, you may not be aware that the Olympics actually ended last Sunday. Now that you have so much time on your hands (in the absence of skiing, bobsledding, skating, etc), you can come and be a part of what we believe is going to be a mighty move of God.
#4 It’s better than watching YouTube.
You can register now to be smack-dab in the middle of His presence with hundreds of other hungry worshipers.
#3 This might just be your Due Season.
On Monday night of the conference, I will be delivering a message about Due Season. What does it mean? How do you know when your due season has arrived? How do you persevere while you are waiting for your due season to arrive? This session will hopefully answer those questions for you, and give you strength to be an overcomer through all of the seasons of life.
#2 I’ve invited a few friends along.
Each year at Fresh Oil New Wine, we have powerful speakers who join us, and this year is no exception. Pastor John Hagee, Perry Stone, Rabbi Curt Landry, Randy Caldwell, Dwain Miller, and more will be joining us to make this a conference like no other!
#1 You have a rich heritage that needs to be tapped into.
As believers in Jesus, we have deep roots in Jewish heritage. The Jews are God’s chosen people… What does that mean for you as a Christian? How can we honor Israel and our ancient Jewish heritage as 21st century Christians? Come find out.
Fresh Oil New Wine is March 2 – 6, 2014. Registration is free.
I hope to see you there.
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