Michael Brown will hold his first retreat ever in Wichita Saturday, September 14, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, 400 West Waterman, Wichita. It will be a full anointed day of deep discussions on spiritual protection and warfare, on family healing, the afterlife — with examples of actual testimonies — and on the Blessed Mother, prophecy, and our swiftly shifting times!
Signs of the times. Family-generational healing. Credible apparitions.
Plenty is happening in our world and nation and in the Midwest. Bring a relative or friend. We have been getting powerful reaction from these retreats, which also include intense prayers. You don’t want to miss it — coming on the heels, as it does, of his book of U.S. history/prophecy, Where the Cross Stands and now his major new one, Lying Wonders, Strangest Things. on the bizarre phenomena of our time (and tremendous spiritual deceptions). There will also be blessing of salt and water, and if possible a Mass.
At this time of upheaval, and personal attack, how do we most effectively pray? What does the Blessed Mother mean in a recent message that mentions the “rule” of evil that has arrived? And that we approach “new times”? How do we deploy her mantle of protection? She is so powerful! How do we rid ourselves of darkness and over-attachments and imbalances and matters that affect the family tree?
How do we find peace — and balance — when even the Church seems to be navigating tsunamis?
Most importantly: What do we know about life after death? What’s it like? How do we prepare for it?
Future events. Phenomena. The supernatural reality around us. Cleansing ourselves and our surroundings.
Lifting the “veil” and illuminating our consciences.
Admission can be purchased on-line with button below; or by calling 386-446-8139 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. EST weekdays or via by check to: Spirit Daily, 11 Walter Place, Palm Coast, Florida, 32164. Please note that there are no tickets issued; attendees are on a list at the door. If there is room, there will be door admittance. Priests, nuns, and deacons are free.
Admission $30: CLICK HERE: