Join us as we continue our study of the Book of Revelation. This week we dive into the culmination of John's vision which is the New Jerusalem. The New Jerusalem is the cosmic portrayal of heaven on earth where God dwells intimately with mankind. Inside, the tree of life blossoms, providing healing and restoration while outside, those who have distanced themselves from citizenship. What can we learn from these chapters and how do they apply to us today?
We continue our journey through the Book of Revelation this week as we look at some of the more gruesome, bloody, and violent images in John's apocalypse. The two witnesses being killed in the streets, Yeshua returning with a sword to defeat His enemies and the winepress that produces an ocean of blood are just a few of the disturbing images John pens. How do we approach these scenes and what does God's wrath look like at the end of days? Revelation was written to be a letter of non-violent resistance in the face of evil empires. John was encouraging the seven churches, and future Christians, to protest through the resistance of empirical influence through means of subversive non-violent witness. This message is about non-violence in the book of revelation. Join us as we dive into the word and discover how these images help us stand firm in living out the witness of Christ in our lives.
This week we begin a new series on the Book of Revelation. This letter crafted by John exposes the "theo-political" reality of the world we live in where Yeshua reigns (Rev 1:5, Matt 28:18), despite the tribulations believers may face. Commonly regarded as a collection of visions that promote the end of the world, a great tribulation, and fantastic descriptions of monsters rising from the ground, this book holds to single consistent theme; The Lamb sits on the throne. We hope this series will be edifying as well as spark a desire to revisit Revelation in a way that encourages, gives hope, and strengthens your faith in Yeshua alone.
This week we explore a chapter in Matthew's gospel account that is often taken out of context to further the spirit fear when in reality, it is a message of hope. In this chapter, Yeshua instructs His followers to do two things when the world seems to be on fire and out of control. Join us as we explore Matthew 24. When tribulation comes, how should Christian believers respond? 

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