L. A. Marzulli
Peggy and I met in the Denver Airport on Friday afternoon. I was flying in from Montreal and she was coming from Los Angeles. It was great to see her! We grabbed a quick-lunch before boarding our plane to Branson. It has been a whirlwind ever since we landed and it just amazing to see old friends and meet new ones. I spoke on Friday night and the room was so packed you could barely move. People were crowded in the hallway and sitting in the aisles. I was scheduled to speak twice on Saturday and so they moved me to a larger room to accommodate the overflow. I will speak in the main room twice today, once at 10:45 and then again at 6:00, to “close” the conference with UFOs are Real, Burgeoning and Not Going Away.
Bob Ulrich has done an incredible job of putting this conference together and the word is that there are more in the works with possible sites being in California and Florida.
There has been ministry behind the scenes and of course lots of stories from folks who have never shared their experience with the UFO phenomena with anyone, but for some reason feel safe to share them with me. Thank you for your openness and trust.
The DVD set of the conference is going to be at the top of my list to purchase, as there are so many good messages to listen to.
It is a good thing for Christians to congregate like this and build each other up. The atmosphere here has been electric and the people responsive and eager to glean what they can from each speaker. What a line up!
In closing todays post: I gave a Middle East Update talk yesterday at a luncheon which I nicknamed: The Indigestion Luncheon as the subject of the Middle East can cause some to have stomach ulcers! The situation is growing more tense by the hour in Syria as Bashar Al Assad has moved his chemical weapons out of storage. The question is why? Will he use then against Turkey, Jordan or Israel? Russian war ships have docked of the coast of Syria and Iran is preparing for, The End of Days. With that said, I”m headed to breakfast and then the conference. I’ll post tomorrow. L.A.