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San Francisco Conference Details

Jan 28, 2011

Quail and Manna Conference 

San Francisco 

March 11-13, 2011

at the

Dubletree Hotel SFO Airport 

835 Airport Road 

Burlingame, CA 94010

Scheduled Speakers: Ron Oja, Rafael Soler, Vincent Imperial, Stephen Jones. Music through Dave Dixon.

Directions: Easy access from Hwy. 101 two miles south of San Francisco Airport.

Hotel Reservations: 650-344-5500

www.sanfranciscoairport.doubletree.com

1-800-222-8733

Room Rates: We have special rates of $82/single or double. For three people, $92. For four it is $102. Suites are also available. To obtain these rates, tell them you are with God’s Kingdom Ministries and give them the code: GKM.

We have a guaranteed block of rooms until February 25. After that, you may still make reservations, but there is no guarantee, as the hotel might already be full.

Accommodations: High speed internet access in the rooms, 24-hour business center, telephone, cable TV, iron/ironing board, hairdryer, coffeemaker, USA Today. They have an in-house café and a fitness center and jogging trail along the Bay.

Conference Theme: As the header indicates, this is intended to be a little different from our other conferences. The intent is to merge the two streams of “quail and manna.”

In Exodus 16 Israel began to receive both quail and manna. The quail (meat) signified knowing that God had brought them out of Egypt (Ex. 16:6). The manna signified seeing the glory of the Lord (Ex. 16:7). In other words, the quail, which is the meat of the word, was designed to show us the divine plan and the path from Egypt to the Promised Land, or the progression from Passover to Pentecost and finally to Tabernacles. The manna was about seeing His glory.

In a sense, it is the Word and the Spirit coming into agreement.


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