Saturday, January 1, 2011

Babylon Rising trailer



What happens in Vegas, won't stay in Vegas. Actually, it'll be streamed live around the world.

A new short evangelistic series from It Is Written called "Babylon Rising" is scheduled to begin May 2011 in the Cashman Center in Las Vegas, Nev. John Bradshaw, speaker/director of It Is Written, will be hosting the event.

Viewers will be able to respond and ask questions with the Las Vegas event in an "interactive format," according to an announcement made at a Jan. 1 Generation of Youth for Christ conference meeting.

The event will act as a "kickoff" for a more focused evangelistic preparation for Las Vegas, said Danny Houghton, vice president for communication at Adventist-laymen's Services and Industries.

Houghton said that after the "Babylon Rising" event, several different self-supporting ministries will be hosting different outreach events in preparation for a longer, "full message evangelistic series" in January.

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