Advent means "coming," and it is a season of expectation in the church year as we prepare to celebrate the first coming of Jesus Christ in his humble incarnation and look forward to the second coming of Jesus Christ in his glorious power to renew all things. We live between two Advents, two "comings" of Jesus, which require our understanding and faithful response.
We invite you to join us this Advent as we enter into this season of expectation and preparation by studying the Book of Revelation during our Sunday morning worship services and through an in-depth study of the entire book led by Rev. Dr. Doug Webster.
Advent Sermon Series: The Coming King
Sundays at 11:00am, Sanctuary
December 1: The Vision of Christ (Revelation 1.1-20)
December 8: The Lion and the Lamb (Revelation 5.1-14)
December 15: The Woman and the Child (Revelation 12.1-6)
December 22: The New Jerusalem (Revelation 21.1-7)
Follow the Lamb: A Pastoral Approach to The Book of Revelation
Monday, December 16 - Thursday, December 19, 7:00-9:30pm, 5th Floor
Rev. Dr. Doug Webster
The Book of Revelation builds conviction, inspires worship and encourages patient endurance. The author, John, was a prophet, poet and pastor. This veteran ambassador of the gospel, who refused to bow the knee to Caesar, proclaimed the gospel to the world, to the churches of Asia Minor and then to twenty-one centuries of church history; to every tribe, language, people and nation. This “revelation of Jesus Christ” is a prison epistle like no other. It is also an extraordinary treatise on Christ and culture. Two thousand years has only deepened its prophetic impact.