Gary Kah was a specialist for Europe and Middle East trade for the State of Indiana. Today he leads a ministry known as Hope for the World headquartered in Indiana.
Gary shared his perspective on world events, noting the fact that an unprecedented 11 separate 1 billion dollar plus mega-disasters have happened in recent months, shattering all previous records.
He highlighted the earthquake in August centered near Richmond, Virginia, which put attention on Washington, D.C. In addition to the damage sustained by the Washington Monument, the National Cathedral, sometimes referred to as the nation’s church, sustained significant damage. When an effort could finally be made to repair the damage, tropical storm Lee came and overturned the crane. That caused the interfaith service that was planned to commemorate 9-11 to be suspended. Interestingly, the crane was upended in the form of a cross.
Gary also discussed the following:
--The dividing of the nation of Israel and what the actual policy is of the U.S. in this endeavor.
--Who’s behind the “Occupy Wall Street” movement and where it’s headed. If it gets large enough, could it cause the implementation of martial law that would halt or postpone the 2012 presidential election?
Seeing all these warning signs, what does this mean for us and how should we respond as Christians? Find out when you review this critical edition of Crosstalk.