Bristol, VA 2017 Prophecy Conference
"Come now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord" —Isaiah 1:18
May 5–6, 2017
Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites
3005 Linden Dr. ♦ Bristol, Virginia
Special Room Rate for Conference Attendees: $89 per night
Registration Fee: $25 per person
The Southwest Radio Ministries 2017 Bristol Prophecy Conference will be held in beautiful Bristol, Virginia, on May 5-6, 2017. Our great speakers will encourage you during these difficult times in our nation and show how events in our country and around the world are fulfilling end-time Bible prophecy.
Join Dr. Bob Glaze and Pastor Larry Spargimino as well as our special guests Joel Richardson, Jeff Cobble, Dan Fisher, and Kenneth Hill for two days of great biblical teaching and Christian fellowship!
We have a great list of speakers lined up for this conference. They promise to encourage you in the faith and equip you with the latest information about the fulfillment of Bible prophecy in order to witness to lost friends and loved ones of Jesus Christ's soon return. Don't miss this important time as we approach the soon-coming of our Lord Jesus Christ!
Dr. Bob Glaze joined Southwest Radio Ministries in 1996 and now serves as president and co-host of the broadcast. Besides his general office duties, Bob sets up the tours and prophecy conferences, has led tours around the world, writes books and articles for the ministry, and interviews subjects for the broadcast. Bob has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Baptist Bible College at Springfield, Missouri, and an MA and PHD from Louisiana Baptist University.
Dr. Larry Spargimino joined the ministry in 1998 and serves as pastor and co-host. Larry researches and writes books and articles for the ministry, writes the Q&A section in the Bible in the News, assists on tours, participates on the broadcast, and helps answer listeners' theological questions when they call the ministry. Larry holds a doctorate from Southwestern Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas, and pastors a local church.
Joel Richardson is a husband and a father committed to the pro-life and adoption movements. He is an artist, human rights activist, New York Times bestselling author, internationally recognized speaker, and recognized expert on Bible prophecy and the Middle East. Joel’s heart is thoroughly missional, with a deep love for Muslims and the peoples of the Middle East. Joel has been also featured on, or written for numerous radio, television, and news outlets across the world including the "Glenn Beck Show, the Mike Huckabee Show, the Gordon Liddy Show, the Dennis Miller Show, Chicago Public Radio, the Steve Malzberg Show, the Sid Roth Show, Jewish Voice Today, Janet Folger, Jan Markell, Janet Parshal, Kirby Anderson’s Point of View, the New York Daily News, WND, The Blaze, Front Page Magazine, and many others.
Dr. Kenneth Hill has been active in communications and broadcasting all of his adult life, having been involved for over four decades in virtually every aspect of radio. For the past thirty-three years, Dr. Hill has been president and CEO of non-profit Appalachian Educational Communication Corporation (AECC) in Bristol, Tennessee. AECC is the licensee of WHCB 91.5 FM. He also serves as vice president for Southwest Radio Ministries.
Jeff Cobble is an attorney specializing in real estate law; estate planning, wills, and trusts; business and corporate law; non-profit organizations; first amendment law; and all types of civil litigation. Mr. Cobble completed his undergraduate education at Pensacola Christian College (FL) in 1983 and his J.D. from Regent University School of Law (VA) in 1996. He also has earned a master’s degree from Tusculum College (TN). In 1986, Mr. Cobble was named a Stokely Fellow by the University of Tennessee, an honor recognizing his outstanding contributions in the field of liberal arts education. He is the author of published materials in his fields, and is a frequent speaker, lecturer, and teacher. He also serves as corporate counsel of numerous businesses and corporations. Mr. Cobble is an affiliate attorney with The Rutherford Institute, the National Legal Foundation, and the American Center for Law and Justice. He is a member of the Federalist Society and the Christian Legal Society, as well as a member of the American Trial Lawyers Association. He is admitted to practice law in state and federal courts in both Pennsylvania and Tennessee. Mr. Cobble attributes his success to the blessing of God, hard work, good client relationships, and his adherence to the Golden Rule.
Dan Fisher grew up in Van Buren, Arkansas and graduated from Arkansas Tech University with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education and mathematics. He and the former Pam Loftin have been married for 30 years and have two children and have been blessed with beautiful grand children as well. Dan and his family raise a few horses on their 20 acres located half way between Yukon and El Reno, OK, where they live in a log house they built themselves. Dan has been in the ministry since he was 16 years old. In 1983, he became the pastor of the Immanuel Baptist Church in Poteau, OK. Dan served there for eight years during which time the church grew and eventually relocated to a new campus and facility in 1991. During those years, Immanuel was a leading church in the area and was often recognized by the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma for its outreach to the southeastern part of the state. In 1992, Dan was called as the pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Yukon, Oklahoma, where he served for 23 years. In 2015, Dan was called to begin the Liberty Church Movement at Lakewood Baptist Church in Oklahoma City. Dan has given his presentation, “Bringing Back the Black Robed Regiment,” all across America. In this presentation, he gives the history of American pastors during the Revolutionary War and shows how they were one of the primary forces in the fight for liberty. Dan shows that had it not been for the preachers and their strong stand for liberty in the 18th century, the America we know today would probably not exist.