Understanding The Global & National Security & Terrorist Threats
Friday night November 16 and Saturday, November 17, 2018
On Friday night November 16th, and Saturday, November 17th, 2018, Worldview Weekend’s WVW-TV will be hosting and live streaming the Understanding The Global & National Security & Terrorist Threats Worldview Weekend from our television studios in Memphis, Tennessee.
All the speakers will be on the set of the WVW-TV studios to deliver their keynote presentations and take your questions live via social media. This conference will be available to registered attendees only.
Five International Experts One Cutting Edge International Worldview Weekend
Five experts that will help you understand and prepare for the terrorist threat facing every individual, family, church, school, and soft target.
You will be able to live stream this conference on our website, on your television through our Google Chromecast button, or through your smart phone.
Our harnessing of today’s technology will make it possible for you to be equipped, edified, and encouraged through international analysis of world events by internationally recognized experts that are well trained in understanding the times.
Don’t worry about the expense of travel, meals, lodging, or time off work or school, because this live streaming event will be available to you in your own home.
Not only will this timely and cutting edge conference be live streamed, but speakers will take questions live via social media. We have booked an incredible line up of speakers that are recognized internationally in their field of expertise. Speakers include Chris Gaubatz, John Guandolo, Clint Clements, Jason Pratt, and Brannon Howse.
Be sure that you and your family and friends block out the date of Friday night November 16 and Saturday November 17th 2018.
- Bachelor of Arts in Bible, Greek and Ancient History
- Master of Divinity in Biblical Studies & Systematic Theology
- Doctor of Philosophy in Biblical Studies and Languages
- Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Studies
- Doctor of Laws (honorary)
- Became a Christian in 1947
- Teaching the Bible for over 56 years
- Planted and pastored churches in Ohio and California
- Radio Bible Teacher since 1970
- Yearly Tours to Israel & Bible Lands for over 45 years
- Taught College and Graduate School courses in Bible, Theology, and Biblical Languages
- Author of over 50 books plus many booklets and Biblical studies
Radio Bible Teacher on “HOPE for TODAY” Radio & “His Channel” Bible and Prophecy teacher at conferences and churches
Dr. Ed Hindson is the Bible Teacher on The King Is Coming telecast. He is also the Assistant Chancellor, Distinguished Professor, and Dean of the Institute of Biblical Studies and the School of Religion at Liberty University in Virginia. Besides teaching thousands of students each week, he is an active conference speaker and a prolific writer. Ed has written over 40 books, including Final Signs; Approaching Armageddon and The Illustrated Bible Survey (B&H). He has served as the editor of five major Study Bibles, including the Gold Medallion Award-winning Knowing Jesus Study Bible (Zondervan) and the best-selling King James Study Bible (Thomas Nelson). He is co-editor the new 16-volume Twenty-First Century Biblical Commentary series on the New Testament (AMG).
Arnold Fruchtenbaum was born in 1943 in Siberia, Russia after his Jewish father Arnold and Mary Ann— falsely accused of being a Nazi spy when he fled Poland from Hitler — was released from a Communist prison. With the help of the Israeli underground in 1947, the Fruchtenbaum family escaped from behind the Iron Curtain to Germany, where they were confined to British Displaced Persons' camps. There, Arnold received Orthodox Jewish training from his father before the family finally immigrated to New York in 1951. Before their release, however, the family was befriended by a Lutheran minister; and it was this contact that eventually led Arnold and his mother to the New York headquarters of the American Board of Missions to the Jews (ABMJ). Five years later, this same meeting brought Arnold, at age 13, to saving knowledge of Jesus the Messiah.
Arnold and Mary Ann (Shoshanah 1989)His father strongly opposed Arnold's beliefs, and when the family moved to Los Angeles in 1958, Arnold was forbidden to read the Bible, attend Christian meetings or associate with Jewish-Christian groups. Under these difficult circumstances, Arnold continued as best he could to maintain contact with Jewish believers and to walk with the Lord.
Upon graduating from high school, Arnold was forced by his father to leave home because of his faith. In 1962, he began undergraduate education at Shelton College in New Jersey. Transferring to Ohio's Cedarville College, he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Hebrew and Greek in 1966. He then moved to Israel, where he studied archaeology, ancient history, historical geography, and Hebrew at the American Institute of Holy Land Studies and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. During this time, he witnessed the historic Six-Day War in 1967. Later that year, Arnold returned to the U.S. and entered Dallas Theological Seminary for studies in Hebrew and Old Testament. He also began working as a missionary with ABMJ (today, Chosen People Ministries).
Arnold was married in 1968 to Mary Ann Morrow, a graduate of Gordon College in Massachusetts. Three years later (1971), he graduated with a Master of Theology degree from Dallas. He and his wife then went to Israel, settling in Jerusalem to work with the local church and to train young Israeli believers for Christian service. Their activities for Christ drew much attention and anger from the religious authorities in Jerusalem, who eventually applied enough pressure upon government officials to force the Fruchtenbaums to leave Israel in 1973.
Arnold and Mary Ann (2008)For the next two years, Arnold served as a minister and as editor of the monthly publication, "The Chosen People," with ABMJ at its headquarters in New Jersey. In 1976, he joined the staff of The Christian Jew Foundation as associate director of the largest Hebrew-Christian broadcasting ministry in the world.
That summer, Arnold met with others in the field of Jewish missions to discuss the problem of the lack of discipleship and the need for intensive biblical and theological training for Jewish believers. The early concepts of Ariel Ministries were born at that time. In December 1977, after a year and a half of prayer and much encouragement from like-minded Jewish believers, Ariel Ministries became a reality. Arnold continues to serve as a director of the ministry and is in great demand as a conference speaker.
He has traveled widely in Europe, Israel and the United States, becoming intimately acquainted with the messianic movement in all its forms and struggles. The completion of his dissertation, Israelology: The Missing Link in Systematic Theology, was the culmination of 13 years of research for which he earned his Ph.D. at New York University in 1989. Dr. Fruchtenbaum has authored numerous published works and recorded many Biblical studies of keen interest to both Jews and Gentiles. We share with you the fruits of his labor in the "Messianic Studies" pages of this website, as well as that of several others who share his vision to reach Jewish people for Messiah.
As the author of thirteen books, Brannon has been a guest on more than 2,000 radio and television programs and has been featured in such publications as the Washington Times and appeared on such television programs as The O'Reilly Factor with Bill O'Reilly on Fox News.
Brannon is the host of a national radio program that is broadcast nation-wide each day from 1-2pm CT on numerous Christian radio stations, and is the host of The Worldview Weekend Hour, a weekly television program that is viewed in 120 nations around the world.
For many years, Brannon was the education reporter and frequent guest host of The Michael Reagan Program. Michael Reagan is the eldest son of President Reagan and Brannon was honored to host Michael's program the week of President Reagan's funeral. Brannon was the literary agent for Michael Reagan's book, Twice Adopted.
Due to his area of expertise, Brannon was featured for many years as a frequent guest on the radio program of Oliver North, G. Gordon Liddy, Ken Hamblin, Dr. D. James Kennedy, Phyllis Schlafly, & Beverly LaHaye's Concerned Women For America, among others.
Brannon is the founder of Worldview Weekend which has organized Worldview Weekend Conferences in more than 300 cities. Brannon is the President of Worldview Radio and WVW-TV which distributes the Biblical radio and television programs of nearly 20 different hosts world-wide. Many of these 20 programs are produced from the Memphis, Tennessee TV and radio studios of Worldview Weekend.
Brannon's understanding of worldviews, trends, and global events has resulted in people attending his two-day training session that work for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, The National Security Agency, an Assistant District attorney of one of the largest cities in America, military officers, police and sheriff officers, doctors, lawyers, teachers, pastors, and successful business owners. Brannon's reputation as a compelling and credible speaker resulted in his being honored as the keynote speaker for the 50th Annual Governor's Prayer Breakfast in Iowa a few years ago.
Brannon has built his reputation and credibility by being known for his in-depth research and meticulous documentation as well as for taking complex issues and breaking them down in a way anyone from students to adults can understand and apply to their worldview.