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WASHINGTON DC, (June 16, 2010)— With the world turning against Israel and the Mideast moving toward war, the pro-Israel the 2010 Epicenter Conference hosted by New York Times best-selling author Joel C. Rosenberg will have the rapt attention of the audience at the Kimmel Center for Performing Arts in Philadelphia on June 25 and 26. But outside this world class venue, a much larger audience will be tuned in. More than 200 churches across North America have signed up to carry the live webcast. More than 1,000 Christian radio stations and 5 Christian TV networks will broadcast the program in over 200 countries.

“The eyes of the world are riveted on the Middle East, the epicenter of the dramatic events that are shaking our world and shaping our future,” said Rosenberg. “Now is the time to mobilize Christians to show unconditional love and unwavering support for Israel in real and practical ways.”

Rosenberg has gathered a stellar line-up of speakers for the evening of Friday, June 25 and all-day on Saturday, June 26. The program includes Israeli Vice Prime Minister Moshe Yaalon; former Delta Force commander Lt. Gen. (ret.) Jerry Boykin; internationally renowned Bible teachers Greg Laurie and Kay Arthur; and Family Research Council president Tony Perkins.

Radio networks carrying the live or delayed version of the Friday night portion: The Moody Broadcasting Network, the Calvary Satellite Network, Reach Network, M-88, The Faith Network, Edgewater Broadcasting and Living Proof Network.

A live television broadcast of the event can be viewed on the Total Living Network on Friday, June 25 between 7PM and 9PM eastern.  Other networks airing the program at a later time are The Cornerstone Network (June 28, 8-10 PM ET), NRB-TV (June 30, 8-10 PM ET) as well as God TV and Crossroads Television Systems in Canada (Times TBA).

Tickets are still available to see the conference in person and can be purchased by calling Ticket Philadelphia at 215-893-1999, or on-line at or


Joel C. Rosenberg is the New York Times best-selling author of five novels and the two non-fiction books, Epicenter and Inside the Revolution.  He has some 2 million books in print. See and

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