Business and Financial Leaders to Meet in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada November 10-13th
Contact: Dr. Bruce Cook, Canada KEYS Convener, 512-259-8240
GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alberta, Oct., 19, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ -- Christian business and financial leaders from Canada, the U.S., and other nations will attend the K.E.Y.S. Canada marketplace summit Nov. 10-13, 2011 in Grande Prairie, according to Charlie Fisher, event host and Founder and President of Guiding Business Transitions (GBT), a corporate strategy, board governance, investor relations and business development consulting firm. Theme for the summit will be "Kingdom Keys to Supernatural Abundance."
"God has promised me that the number 11 represents a season of supernatural abundance and favor," said Fisher, "and with the once in a century alignment of 11-11-11 that weekend, this is a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence and will be an event of divine proportions you don't want to miss."
"This date (11-11) also has strong historical significance," said Dr. Bruce Cook, Founder and Convener of K.E.Y.S. (Kingdom Economic Yearly Summit), "being the day the Pilgrims arrived in Provincetown Harbor near Cape Cod, MA in 1620 and drafted and signed the Mayflower Compact, the first governmental set of laws in the American colonies." Cook lives in the Austin, TX area and is Founder & President of VentureAdvisers Inc., Kingdom House Publishing, and Kingdom Venture Partners, and is a director and/or trustee of five other companies.
Patterned loosely after the World Economic Forum, but with a Christian focus and perspective, K.E.Y.S. Canada will feature 15 keynote speakers, and in addition to Cook and Fisher, will include Os Hillman, Troy Walker, Glen Boyd, John Anderson, Fulton Sheen, Carolita Oliveros, Marc Brisebois, Dr. Gordon Bradshaw, Dr. Doug Atha, Dr. Nick Castellano, Derk Maat, Wende Jones and Mark Kauffman.
Additionally, breakout sessions are scheduled dealing with business, finance, economics, ethics, sales and marketing, international law, corporate strategy, philanthropy and charitable giving, wealth management, insurance and investing.
Grand Prairie Mayor Bill Given will welcome the Summit attendees on Friday, Nov. 11 at 9:00 am, followed by a 2nd welcome from 1st Nations representatives Art and Lori Auger, and then a brief awards ceremony.
K.E.Y.S. and GBT will be donating part of the proceeds from Keys Canada to a local community nonprofit organization named Rising Above, which ministers to the homeless, jobless, abused women, needy children, etc. www.RisingAboveGP.com.
Summit worship leaders are Krista Fisher and Peter Christensen of Grande Prairie. Personal prayer ministers are Jess Bielby and Charles Robinson. Intercession leaders are Jon Grieser, Wigs Bello, Yvette Jobson and Tammenthia Diesel.
Venue for K.E.Y.S. Canada is the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites, located near downtown and the airport.
Schedule is registration 2:00-7:00 pm Nov. 10th and opening session 7:00 pm-12:00 midnight, then Nov. 11-12 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily. The Summit will close Sunday, Nov. 13th with a final service from 8:00 to 9:30 am.
For more information and to register online visit: K.E.Y.S. Canada at www.KeysCanada.org or call toll free 1-877-409-3663, ext. 701. Registration includes all meals on site. Group rates are available, with an 11% discount offered to groups of 11 or more.