Propel—Living Victoriously in the Last Days
Saturday, September 25 from 9:00-3:00 in the Prayer Room at Calvary
“Are we living in the last days?” This question is being asked with increasing frequency by believers around the world. Over the last decade, the changes in our world are not only drastic they are increasing in speed and intensity. Many believers from varying streams of the church are finding in the prophetic landscape many biblical signs of the Last Days. In Matthew 16, Jesus counsels us to be aware of the “signs of the times.” In teaching about the Last Days, Jesus’ urges his followers to “watch,” “be alert,” to “be ready.” In the same breath where Jesus tells us that no one can know the day or time of his second coming, he commands us to alert and ready for that reality.
In our generation, God is preparing the earth for the return of his Son and the full manifestation of the Kingdom of God. There are glorious promises and prophecies for God’s people. There are also dire warnings declaring to us the necessity of being prepared. For the people of God, the return of Christ will be the most glorious, powerful, and fruitful time in human history. But for some, some of God’s own people, it will be a time of shame, pain, and disappointment.
1 Corinthians 3:11-15 For no one can lay any foundation other than what is being laid, which is Jesus Christ. 12 If anyone builds on the foundation with gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hay, or straw, 13 each builderʼs work will be plainly seen, for the Day will make it clear, because it will be revealed by fire. And the fire will test what kind of work each has done. 14 If what someone has built survives, he will receive a reward. 15 If someoneʼs work is burned up, he will suffer loss. He himself will be saved, but only as through fire.
This is an hour of preparation for the Body of Christ. We must not delay. This conference: Propel—Living Victoriously in the Last Days—is aimed to help make us a people prepared for the Lord. For those who will prepare the days ahead are full of glory and destiny. Our Propel conference is a time to align ourselves and our churches with the promised glory for God’s people in the Last Days.
DR. STEVE MEEKS: After 33 years of serving as the senior pastor of Calvary Community Church, in Houston, Texas, in 2018 Steve has begun a new ministry as director of FreshWaters Int’l. Seeking to respond to God’s call to “make ready a people prepared for the Lord,” Steve’s work focuses on retooling the church for the millennium through writing, mentoring, engaging in conferences, and proclaiming the Lord’s current words to the church. This calling from the Lord aims at equipping pastors, churches, ministry teams, and business leaders to develop Kingdom character, authority, and effectiveness. His calling and message are working to create a ministry culture that releases prophetic impartation and establishes the incarnational presence of God with his people. Check out his YouTube channel: FreshWater Int’l
Steve is the author of three books, Relational Christianity, The Last Great Revival, and Incarnational Christianity. He is a graduate of Louisiana State University and received his Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Steve and his wife, Sehoy, have two grown children and six grandchildren.
Online registration is now closed for this conference. However, walk-in registration will be available on Saturday morning.
KIDCARE FOR PROPEL
- KidCare is available for babies through 5th grade, free of charge (with paid parent registration).
- Pre-registration is required, and space is limited. NO KidCare walk-ins on the day of the conference.
- The deadline to register for KidCare online is Sunday, September 19.
- Parents must pick up their kids during the lunch break.
Please use this link for KidCare registration. If you have additional questions regarding KidCare for this conference, please email our KidCare Director, Patti Ressler.