Mark Biltz, founder of El Shaddai Ministries in Washington State, is a well-known and popular commentator on the feasts of the Lord. Pastor Biltz has spoken at congregations and conferences in Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, and Canada as well as throughout the United States. He has been interviewed by FOX television, appeared on the Sid Roth television broadcast as well as on Prophecy in the News explaining how the Messianic prophecies revealed when Jesus came the first time and how heavenly signs point to a major event that will happen on the next fall feasts. Pastor Mark lives in Bonney Lake, Washington, with Vicki, his wife and best friend of thirty-six years.
In the first half, entrepreneur and author May McCarthy, who has founded and grown several successful companies in a variety of industries, talked about how to develop spirituality to thrive in business and life. In the latter half, Pastor Mark Biltz of El Shaddai Ministries in Washington state spoke about 'blood moons' and decoding signs from the heavens. ... More »Host: George Noory
After a nearly thirty year airline career working as both a flight attendant and an international purser Rebekah Roth analyzed many of the well-known facts about the events on 9-11 based on her experiences in the airline industry. She has concluded that the official story was a deception, and that the attacks were a kind of "false flag" Pearl Harbor event set up to pull America into... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half, author and publisher Bob Gleason discussed his extensive research into a possible nuclear apocalypse, and how current events are aligning to provide a real possibility of a nuclear event in the United States. In the latter half, Pastor Mark Biltz of El Shaddai Ministries in Washington state talked about 'blood moons' and decoding signs from the heavens. Four successive... More »Host: George Noory
Pastor Mark Biltz joined guest host Rob Simone (email) for a discussion on how to understand the divine link between prophecy, heavenly signs, historical events, and when they intersect. In the first hour, professor Jim Bell comments on an image of a disintegrating asteroid captured by Hubble Telescope. ... More »Host: Rob Simone