Moment of Truth Summit – A Message of Hope Segment. Mike Lindell, founder of MyPillow, will host a Moment of Truth Summit on August 20 in Springfield. He is one of the most creative propagators of exploded election conspiracy theories in the US.
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The summit will be covered in six segments, among which Segment 2- States of State address and Segment 4- A Message of Hope will be worth watching with many valuable messages.
Speakers from 50 states, ten conservative sheriffs including Sheriff Richard Mack, Political speaker Lance Wallmau, Pastor Hank Kunneman, CEO of MyPillow Mike Lindell, and many other influential speakers will be speaking at the summit.
The summit will be held August 20th-21st at the University Plaza Hotel and Convention Center in Springfield. A presentation will entertain the event by Lindell, expert discussions, speakers from 50 countries, a movie world premiere that targets conspiracy theories about voter fraud, calls to action, disclosure of new evidence, and a lot more.
What is A Message of Hope segment?
In segment 4 on Day 2, i.e., August 21, Hank Kunneman and Lance Wallnau will speak centralizing “A Message of Hope.”
Hank Kunneman will address the crowd from 9 am – 10 am in the first hour.
Lance Wallnau will be Speaking from 10 am – 11 am.
“A Message of Hope” segment will include prayers and worship, which will be guided by Pastor Hank Kunneman and political speaker Lance Wallnau with powerful messages and rational discussions.
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Who is Hank Kunneman?
Hank Kunneman, a resident of Omaha, Nebraska, is an evangelist who founded the One Voice Ministries. He also serves as senior pastor of the Lord of Hosts Church in Omaha. Hank and his wife Brenda work together in their evangelistic ministry in different parts of the world.
Hank Kunneman’s date and place of birth have not been released. The pastor kept his life private. Hank Kunneman is estimated to be in his early 50s in 2022. According to a source, his parents are American, and his birthplace is the US.
Hank has two children with his wife, Jonathan, and Mathew. The Kunneman family currently resides in Omaha, Nebraska.
During his career as a pastor and evangelist, several testimonies have disclosed that he performed healings and prognosis.
Kunneman is also a televangelist and has appeared on shows such as TBN’s “Praise the Lord” and “Daystar.” Also, Hank and Brenda host “New Levels with Hank and Brenda,”; a weekly program aired on national television.
Pastor Hank Kunneman is also an accomplished author, and some of his best-selling books include My Heart Cries Abba Father, Break Barriers, The Lord Himself Steps In, Don’t Leave God Alone, and Prophecy with the Wind in Your Mouth.
Who is Lance Wallnau?
Lance Wallnau, evangelist, political speaker, and famous podcast host, is an inspirational and motivational teacher who has inspired thousands of lives. He is well-known for his teachings on Breaking the Controlling Spirits, The Seven Mountains of Cultural Transformation, Sheep Nations Rising, 8 Keys to Discovering Your Niche Market, and many others.
He received his Masters of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Southwestern Christian University. Today, Wallnau is considered one of the leading authorities on the Mandate of the Seven Mountains, an ecclesiastical doctrine focused on living and leading like an apostle.
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In the presidential election, Wallnau supported Donald Trump and said he stole the White House from witches. But Wallnau’s political views have polarized his audience. Left-wing media have criticized him, but his predictions have come true. After Trump won the election, he endorsed the Republican candidate and claimed he “took the White House from the witches,” based on Bible verses.
Although Wallnau is an author, he is best known for his bestseller “God’s Chaos Candidate. This book explains his predictions and how he influenced many Christians to vote for Donald Trump in the election. Wallnau is not only an author but also has a large following on Facebook and Periscope. He hosts a Periscope chat on his channel and has predicted the outcome of Donald Trump’s election.
Primary Agenda of the Summit
Lindell said the machine trial would occur at his upcoming summit “Moment of Truth” on voter fraud while talking to Steve Bannon at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). Lindell stated that he would “make the machines try” on the second day of his summit. Over the weekend, MyPillow founder and CEO Mike Lindell disclosed plans to hold a trial where the accused are the voting machines.
Adding “America will “eventually” get rid of all the machines,” Lindell remarked that if we don’t “get rid of” them by the fall, they’ll all go vote in the midterms and destroy the machines.
Who is Mike Lindell?
A successful business tycoon, Lindell founded the company MyPillow. Lindell was born on June 28, 1961, in Minnesota. Growing up, he fought a gambling addiction. After completing high school, he attended the University of Minnesota. Lindell retired a few months after finishing his studies.
Lindell devised MyPillow in 2004 and grew the company into a primary manufacturing company. The Better Business Bureau detached the empowerment from MyPillow. Lindell began contributing to the Union Gospel Mission, The Salvation Army, and other charities. As a kid, he thought to launch a nonprofit organization for recovering addicts would be an innovative and generous idea. Later he established the Lindell Foundation, which evolved as an outcome of his thought.
He has been former President Donald Trump’s consistent supporter. After Trump failed in the election of 2020, he spread theories about voter fraud. Lindell operates two websites under the brand, Frank:
Frank is a video streaming website, and FrankSocial is a social networking website.
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