7:00 - Cal Chinen presents a list of leaders and pastors endorsing "El Pule Kakou," including Duke Aiona, Father Marc Alexander, Loren Cunningham and Francis Oda. Cunningham is founder of Youth With a Mission, a Hawaii-based international ministry with a several hundred million dollar a year operating budget. Cunningham espouses the Seven Mountains mandate (see this promotional video: youtube.com/watch?v=wQtB-AF41p8 ), which holds that believers should seek to gain positions of influence in key societal sectors including government, business and finance, education, and media. Thomas Muthee, who anointed and blessed Sarah Palin prior to her successful 2005 run for the Alaska state governor's seat, also espouses the Seven Mountains mandate ( see: youtube.com/watch?v=Xges7mFi6iY )
10:30 - International Transformation Network CEO Ed Silvoso tells an anecdote in which the pilots of a 747 learn, shortly after takeoff, that the plane's crevasses, where the plane's wiring is, are infested with rats which become increasingly agitated as the airplane gains altitude and the air thins out. An argument ensues - the control tower orders the 747 to return to the airport. The pilot rebels and pushes the plane rapidly to cruising altitude, so that the rats die from lack of oxygen. Silvoso suggests his movement is like that 747 - it must ascend quickly so its opponents, the "rats," will die.
12:34 - Cal Chinen, giving a concluding prayer for the session, states, "Father, I pray that you would bless pastors, and people of churches right now, Lord God, to have courage to believe for the impossible, that cities, and states, and nations, and regions, whole continents can, and will, be transformed.
Father, we pray that you will give courage and vision and then strategy so that we will see, that these people will see, every knee bow and tongue declare that JESUS CHRIST IS LORD"
Standing behind Carl Chinen, up onstage, is Joseph Okia - who appears in footage shown in the video documentary "Transforming Uganda" ( see: vimeo.com/8749833 ) cited December 2009, in testimony before a Congressional inquiry, by the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission, concerning Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Bill (Bill #18.)