March 11-12, 2011
I'm excited about attending this conference and learning all we can about thriving in social and economic decline. Registration is now currently full, but you will be able to order the messages from Generations with Vision.
Here's some information about the conference from the conference website:
For six years, Generations with Vision has produced the Generations Radio Broadcast, addressing social, cultural, economic, and political issues from a distinctively Biblical perspective. We have chronicled the decline of the family, faith, freedoms, and the economy in America and the West, all the while building healthy, happy family economies out on the eastern plains of Colorado (a safe distance from the decline of Western Civilization). We are hopeful, outrageously optimistic, and incredibly blessed with fruitful families who love God and worship Him in our homes and churches. We hope and believe the 2011 Conference will play a role in salvaging our families and economies for the generations to come.
Here's a partial list of the topics to be covered at conference:
- Unemployment: What to Do When There's Nothing to Do
- The Proverbs 31 Family
- What Every Family Should Know About Starting Their Own Business
- A Vision of Victory for the Family
- The College Paradigm and the Family Economy
- How to Train Your Son to be Financially Prepared for Marriage
- Sacrifice or Slavery - Building a Christian Community for the Hard Times
My husband first heard Kevin Swanson at a Vision Forum Father and Son retreat about 4 years ago and we have listened to his broadcasts since then. You can hear his daily broadcast, Generation with Kevin Swanson, anytime on SermonAudio.com We've learned ALOT from Kevin Swanson from listening to his broadcasts. The wide variety of broadcasts are very informative in regards to current events, like minded ministries, raising our children with vision, biblical worldview, etc. Kevin is very passionate and can be funny, too. We all enjoy hearing the broadcasts and highly recommend that you tune in on sermonaudio.com and hear his present and past broadcasts.