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The world waited expectantly as 33 miners, trapped 2000 feet below the surface, emerged from the bowels of the earth. Nearly 70 days passed as men frantically labored to unearth these buried treasures. As the capsule appeared and the first miner disembarked, the people shouted and wept for joy!
The apostle Paul said, We have this treasure in earthen vessels" It is time to shatter the doors of bronze and cut through their iron bars so that we can unearth the treasures of darkness and hidden wealth of secret places."
This conference will equip you to dig beyond the hard crust of earthly perspectives and mine the valuable gems that lie generations deep in individuals, cities and countries. If you have been called to be a prophetic history maker this conference is for you. Prices: Premium=$59, Economy=$44, Audio=$14
Subscribers receive 30% discount automatically!! Subscriber prices: $41.30, $30.80, $9.80. That is like getting a free month!
All of our teaching sessions are both live and archived. All worship sets are live and selected sets will be archived. Once you have purchased the conference, you'll be able to watch the recorded content months later.
Bishop Joseph L. Garlington, Sr., PhD, is the Senior Pastor of Covenant Church of Pittsburgh, a multiracial and cross-cultural community of more than 2,000 members, which he founded with his wife, Barbara in 1971. Bishop Garlington is an accomplished musician, recording artist, author and scholar, whose work touches thousands through radio and TV through his weekly television broadcast (Something Fresh), and through national and international conferences, albums, books and articles. He is internationally recognized in the religious community for his work and ministry in many churches in South Africa since 1979.
His preaching and teaching ministry, known for its humor and deep insight, has made him a popular speaker at many national conferences such as Promise Keepers, the international mens' movement, where he regularly addressed tens of thousands of men. Bishop Garlington regularly consults for pastors, churches and organizations that are eager to develop similar models of racial reconciliation and healing.
He is married to Pastor Barbara Williams Garlington, and together they share responsibility for seven children, thirteen grandchildren, and one great-granddaughter.