1st Annual Blessed Hope Prophecy Forum OKC – October 2017
October 13-15, 2017 – Norman, Oklahoma
Brought to you courtesy of The Prophecy Watchers, Skywatch TV and 33 incredible, world-class Bible teachers!
REGISTRATION DAY has arrived! The 1st annual Blessed Hope Prophecy Forum is coming to the luxurious John Q. Hammons Embassy Suites Hotel in Norman, Oklahoma. On October 13-15, 2017, we’re expecting 2,000 friends from all over the world to descend on this beautiful hotel and conference center for the prophetic conference of the year. Our 1st prophecy conference in Colorado Springs was awesome in every way, but we’re working hard to make this one even better.
There’s no better time to enjoy the beauty of Oklahoma than October—Indian Summer! No tornadoes, black ice, or hail storms! The weather and the sunsets should be beautiful, the speakers, of course, will be amazing and you’ll be in familiar company, surrounded by thousands of prophecy lovers, all anxiously awaiting the Lord’s return. The Jewish Feast Of Tabernacles just so happens to fall on the same dates as our conference, so come and join us as we “tabernacle” together and celebrate the Blessed Hope in our home state! If the Lord doesn’t return soon, we plan on making this an annual event, so be sure to come and be part of the first celebration. We’ll be celebrating the good news of the Lord’s soon return, exploring the prophecies of the Bible and preparing to spend eternity with Jesus! You’re guaranteed to head for home on “Cloud Nine!”
The Embassy Suites Hotel is an enormous facility with multiple presentation rooms—the Main Ballroom alone seats 1,400 people! The conference center lies in the heart of a brand new shopping complex in Norman, Oklahoma, surrounded by nearby hotels, dozens of restaurants, and great shopping—much of it within 100 yards of the hotel. It couldn’t possibly be more convenient.
We have also secured some additional rooms at the local Courtyard Marriott, less than two miles away from the Embassy Suites with several more hotels being added locally as space is needed.
The city of Norman will be providing a shuttle from the Will Rogers Airport in Oklahoma City directly to the Embassy Suites hotel—a 15-20 minute ride to Norman, so there’s no need to rent a car unless you plan on seeing the sights. Most everything you will need is within walking distance.
But, if you have a car available, there are quite a few amazing places to see in the Sooner State. To mention just a few, we have a world-class tourist destination known as the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. It is truly an incredible place that will leave you in awe. The museum is filled with enormous oil paintings (the size of entire rooms) and priceless collectibles that are worthy of the Smithsonian—PLUS, it features a completely restored Old West Town. Where else can you have your picture taken with John Wayne? Or celebrate the days of the gunfighters and real cowboys and Indians? You will leave completely amazed at what you’ve seen here.
Then there’s the Sam Noble Museum—a world-class dinosaur museum located very close to the hotel and the University of Oklahoma. Bring the kiddos and introduce them to the biggest creatures they’ve ever seen! Downtown Oklahoma City, just a short drive away, is a treasure trove of interesting places too numerous to count—Bricktown with its San Antonio “Riverwalk” atmosphere and canal boat rides—the beautiful indoor Myriad Gardens—the Murrah Building Bombing Memorial—the spectacular Oklahoma City Zoo—they even offer tours of the National Weather Center in Norman where you can learn all about those twisters that usually arrive in the spring—not October!
We’ve added quite a few brand new (but well-known) speakers this year—33 SPEAKERS in all! There’s nothing quite like a Prophecy Watchers conference. You will get the chance to meet many of your favorites authors and speakers face to face—heroes of the faith to many of you. Shake their hands, visit their book tables, ask them questions, perhaps even share a meal together. Make no mistake, THIS is the place to come October of 2017.
Just look at this fabulous list of prophecy experts . . .
- Gary Stearman
- Tom Horn
- Derek Gilbert
- L.A. Marzulli
- Randall Price
- Tommy Ice
- Bill Koenig
- Bill Salus
- Jonathan Cahn
- Sharon Gilbert
- Claudia Koenig
- Dr. Danny Ben Gigi
- Tim Alberino
- Brent Miller, Sr.
- Brent Miller Jr.
- Ron Rhodes
- Gary Frazier
- Billy Crone
- Carl Teichrib
- Ken Johnson
- JD Farag
- Dr. Michael Lake
- David Hocking
- Josh Peck
- Andy Woods
- Jack Langford
- Bob Maginnis
- Jeff Kinley
- Tim Mahoney
- Pastor Tom Hughes
- David Schnittger
- Terry James
Registration for the event is $90.00 for the entire three-day conference and can be completed right here in our bookstore, or by calling Prophecy Watchers toll free at 888 722-0008.
You must call the hotel directly to make hotel reservations and identify yourself as an attendee of the Blessed Hope Prophecy Forum to qualify for the discounted hotel rate of $119.00/night at the Embassy Suites and $109.00/night at the Courtyard by Marriott.
Embassy Suites Hotel – Toll Free- 866 577-1273 (Free made-to-order breakfast) – $119.00/night. Use the group word PRO when you book your room on their website. Paste this link in your browser.
Group Web Link: https://secure3.hilton.com/en_
Courtyard by Marriott – 405 701-8900 – $109.00/night- $119.00 with breakfast.
Hope to see you in Norman in October—unless we meet on the streets of gold first!
This $90.00 registration fee covers your conference registration for all 3 days and does not cover hotel costs or meals. This fee covers the high costs of hotel rental, audio visual equipment for 4 presentation rooms, multiple camera operators and travel related expenses for the 33 speakers and other myriads of personnel who help us put on this huge conference.
We will be having a catered dinner on Friday night and a special luncheon on Saturday, featuring several yet-to-be-announced speakers. Costs for these meals are additional and can be purchased in the Prophecy Watchers online bookstore. Seating is limited to 300 people for each meal, so don’t delay.