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Read the first chapter
No one knows the Rapture is coming as the clock silently ticks down.
Choices are made
the stage is set
in the twinkling of an eye millions disappear without a trace. Heaven rejoices as millions are welcomed into the unspeakable presence of God. The darkest days may lie ahead for those who have been left behind. More
|The Rapture Booksigning Tour|
|Tuesday, June 6|
4887 S. Wadsworth Way, Ste. 150
Littleton, CO 80123
Manager: Dana Oswalt
|Wednesday, June 7|
||The Anchor Room
4530 Lahmeyer Rd.
Fort Wayne, IN
|Thursday, June 8|
6350 Peachtree Dunwoody
Atlanta, GA 30328-4527
Club manager: Preston Powell
|Friday, June 9|
||Christian Supply Inc.
1600 John B. White Blvd.
Spartanburg, SC 29301
|Exclusive Interview with Jerry Jenkins|
Jerry talks about his latest book in the Left Behind seriesThe Rapture.
It's not long before you can read The Rapture, the last of the three prequels to the Left Behind series. After reading a preview copy, Marty White and Stu Johnson talked about the book with Jerry Jenkins. In this issue, you can read the first of our two-part interview. We don't give away too much of the story as we ask Jerry about his experience describing the Rapture and the reactions of those who find themselves in heaven and those who realize they've been left behind. Jerry closes with some thoughts on how to live in preparation for the Rapture. Read the interview
|Dr. Tim LaHaye on the Second Coming of Christ|
The second coming of Jesus Christ is the most frequently mentioned subject in the Bible, other than the doctrine of salvation, what the Bible is all about. The Second Coming is clearly taught in both the Old and the New Testaments. It was promised 321 times in Scripture, predicted by Jesus Christ Himself, by all the writers of the New Testament, and by many of the Old Testament prophets. It is the capstone of all Christianity, without which God's merciful plan for mankind's future cannot be understood. More
|Remarkably Good News from Iraq|
Saddam's throne room has been convertedand you won't believe what it is now!
(WASHINGTON, D.C., May 23, 2006)Unprecedented religious freedom has finally come to Iraq because of U.S. military action there, and more Iraqi Muslims are becoming followers of Jesus Christ today than at any other time in the history of the country. More
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|Join the Tribulation Force! Left Behind Games
Eternal Forces, the highly-anticipated PC game based on the blockbuster fiction series by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins, went on pre-sale at more than 3,500 locations across the country.
The Sneak Peek Pack, which includes a unique bracelet, special access to key codes that assist in conquering multiple levels of game play, and a DVD featuring the official trailer, is available for pre-sale at GameStop and EB Games. For $5, fans can reserve one of the first copies of the game and receive the Sneak Peek Pack, while supplies last.
Left Behind: Eternal Forces is scheduled to ship the second half of 2006. The game puts players in command of an apocalyptic battle between the Tribulation Forces and the Global Community Peacekeepers during the End of Days raging in the streets of New York City. Gamers will participate in events from the Left Behind® book series and experience newly written material.
Read an interview with the folks at Left Behind Games.
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