Pastor Steve Wohlberg

Pastor Steve Wohlberg

A Jewish Christian from Los Angeles, Pastor Steve Wohlberg is the Speaker/ Director of White Horse Media (Priest River, ID) and the host of His Voice Today radio and television broadcasts. A prolific writer and much in-demand speaker, he is the author of over 30 books and has conducted Bible prophecy seminars throughout North America and overseas. He has been featured on three History Channel documentaries (Nostradamus Effect: Secrets of the Seven Seals; Armageddon Battle Plan; Strange Rituals: Apocalypse) and has spoken by special invitation inside the Pentagon and U.S. Senate. He currently lives in Priest River, Idaho, with his wife Kristin and their two children, Seth Michael and Abigail Rose.

4 Comments

  1. James L Merrills
    October 19, 2017 @ 12:31 pm

    Are the booklets “The Vanishing Protestant” or “Is God’s Church Built On Peter” available to read online?

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    • WHM Admin
      October 19, 2017 @ 12:49 pm

      Hi James. No, they are not available to read online due to licensing and copyright agreements we have with our publisher, Remnant Publications.

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    • Steve Wohlberg Steve Wohlberg
      October 19, 2017 @ 5:27 pm

      James, they can be purchased easily on Amazon.com as e-books. Only .99 cents each. Cheers, Steve

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  2. Stephen Emse
    October 20, 2017 @ 2:46 am

    Hi Brother Wohlberg,

    It seems to me that when notable disasters happen frequently on Sunday, then it will arouse the interest of the people in returning to Sunday sacredness. (See Great Controversy, pages 575, 576, 579, 580.) The Las Vegas shooting was a Sunday night, and the recent deadly California fires were started Oct. 8, which was a Sunday. I have two articles from the American Sentinel, 1891, 1894, where our denomination were refuting claims by Sundaykeeping pastors, who were saying that disasters on Sunday, meant that God was displeased with people for not honoring Sunday. I also have a 1907 article from Youth’s Instructor, by editor Fannie Chase, entitled, Sunday Disasters. She reasoned with Spirit of Prophecy, and quoted from the Boston Herald newspaper, where the writer wanted someone to statistically show if disasters were more frequent on Sundays, than any other day of the week. I am in the process of obtaining that newspaper article.

    Sincerely,

    Stephen Emse
    Connecticut

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