Series begins the weekend of April 23
Perhaps there’s no book in the Bible that’s the object of more interest, confusion, and speculation than Revelation. Most today tend to think that Revelation is about the end of the world. While it does have references to that, it’s not primarily about the end of the world.
It’s about the end of the world – as we know it.
Revelation or “Apocalypse” means “disclosure” or “unveiling.” It’s an opportunity to view what’s happening in our world around us from a “press box” perspective – a perspective “above” us. Revelation invites us to the end the world – as we know it – and into a new view of things around us.
How we see the world around us makes a profound difference in how we live and respond to the world around us.
Come ready for a bigger picture of the way things are, and the things that are to come.
It’s the end of the world – as we know it.
It’s “apocalypse.” Now.