Jonathan David Cahn — an American Messianic Jewish rabbi, author, and novelist known for his debut novel “The Harbinger” — will be a featured speaker next week at the annual conference hosted by HIS Church.
Owensboro Campus Pastor Jordan Kreisle said that having speakers like Cahn and Shane Warren alongside church founders Brian and Jessi Gibson will prove to be encouraging for all guests who attend.
“We come to do these conferences just to praise God, first and foremost for the glory of God and for Him to be glorified. There are some benefits for the people who come. You get to hear incredible speakers, some of which are very prophetic, meaning that they will be speaking into your life things that could change the course of your life,” Kreisle said.
Cahn’s other notable works include “The Book of Mysteries” and his recently published “The Josiah Manifesto.” He leads Hope of the World, whose website says the group is “an end-time ministry of Jew and Gentile committed to spreading the Gospel of salvation, His word, and His love to every tribe and tongue.”
The conference runs from Sunday to Wednesday, with speakers starting at 7 p.m. each night. Kreisle said the conference is free and open for all to attend.