We are living in uncertain times. As we watch society spiral downward, we cannot help but wonder, deep down, what is going to happen to our world.
R. Loren Sandford, internationally respected for his integrity, accuracy and insight, casts a poignant, detailed, biblically grounded prophetic vision for the future. Yet within his sober reflection, he reveals the heart of the Father and the hope of glory for the body of Christ. With clarity and piercing biblical insight, he helps believers understand what is to come, giving you practical advice on how to prepare spiritually for the events that will unfold--and your role in it.
Respected Prophetic Leader Offers Biblically
Grounded Predictions for What Is to Come
R. Loren Sandford has long been internationally respected as a grounded
and insightful prophetic leader. A regular writer for Charisma magazine's Prophetic Insight newsletter, he has cast a poignant prophetic vision for Christians everywhere during these uncertain times. Using Amos 2 and 3, Sandford presents detailed predictions of the days to come. He reveals the pattern of indictments and penalties leveled against Israel back then that mirror America and the Western world today.
Yet within his sober reflection, he reveals the heart of the Father and the hope of glory for the body of Christ. With clarity and piercing biblical insight, he helps believers understand what is to come, and he gives them practical advice on how to prepare spiritually--for the events that will unfold and for their role in all of it.
R. Loren Sandford (M.Div., Fuller Theological Seminary) is senior pastor of New Song Church and Ministries in Denver, Colorado. He speaks internationally and is a past director of Elijah House, an international ministry of counseling founded by his parents, John and Paula Sandford. He has written several books including Understanding Prophetic People and has been interviewed on the Moody radio network and Daystar's Celebration, among other media outlets. Loren has also released fourteen CDs of original music. He and his wife, Beth, have three grown children and nine grandchildren and live in Colorado.