September 29, 2009

27CN: Prophecy Seminar Slated for Hagerstown, Maryland

Prophecy Seminar Slated for
Hagerstown, Maryland
Brian McMahon, Amazing Facts speaker, to hold series.

capRevelation Speaks Hope presents “Discover Prophecy,” a continuing series of presentations with speaker Brian McMahon, who for 17 years worked with Amazing Facts before starting his own supporting ministry. The opening session starts at 7 p.m. (ET) Sunday, October 11 with the topic “Unlocking Revelation’s Mysteries.” This outreach ministry is sponsored by the Hagerstown Seventh-day Adventist Church and will take place at the Hagerstown Hotel and Convention Center, 1910 Dual Hwy, Hagerstown, Maryland.

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Brian McMahon will preach from Hagerstown, MD.

Brian McMahon’s seminars have transformed the lives of thousands throughout the United States and abroad. Michael Harris, a Chapel Records recording artist seen on the Hope Channel and 3ABN, will also be in concert at 6 p.m. Saturday, October 17 before the seminar.

Children’s programs will include messages presented by children and youth covering the same topics their parents will be hearing. The children will also enjoy special features on nature and health, as well as crafts and singing. 

Preparation for the seminar has included Bible studies by Bible workers Dawn Fullerton, Amber Cotrone, and many other church members. More than 160 people in the Hagerstown area have requested Bible studies, with some of them attending the Hagerstown Church in advance of the seminar. Many people responded enthusiastically when they found that they could receive personalized Bible studies in their home.

A recent block party also created community awareness. Church neighbors were invited to enjoy games and food in addition to information about the various ministries of the church. Hundreds of neighbors came with many children enjoying the moon bounce, basketball, and free sno cones.

The “Discover Prophecy” seminar will continue until November 7. Additional information can be found at or