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The end times message of the Bible paints a beautiful picture of Jesus Christ. Unfortunately, this message has been largely perverted by conspiracy theories and self-serving agendas. What was intended to bring light and hope to our lives has become a scary topic filled with demons, plagues, and darkness. While these elements are part of this world's future, they are not part of ours.

Today, many churches steer clear of teaching this message due to the wildly varied understandings of the book of Revelation. In the absence of sound teaching, Christians are turning to conspiratorial media and prophecy-centered ministries who are more concerned with identifying the Antichrist than sharing the gospel.

Blessed is the one who reads aloud the words of this prophecy, and blessed are those who hear it and take to heart what is written in it, because the time is near. 
Revelation 1:3

Very soon, I will begin leading a series of 4-week studies with a focus upon our future as followers of Jesus Christ.  Each class will loosely follow my own journey into the end times message as presented in my book, Antichrist: The Biblical End of Days. While the first classes will be invitation only, I will be sharing dates, times, and registration instructions  on this site and via email very soon. Enter your email address below to receive helpful Bible study insights and announcements of upcoming classes.

In Christ,



The earth was formed by the one true God—a heavenly and perfect being who is not of the world.  He made the world to accommodate humanity which He also created out of love. When God saw that humans were sinful and imperfect beings, He sent His son to live among us, to teach us, and to bear witness of God, the heavenly Father. His name was, and still is, Jesus.

Jesus, who is God incarnate, was born to a virgin in the city of Bethlehem and lived as a human man free of all imperfection. At around age 30, Jesus left his home in Nazareth in search of 12 men whom he would befriend and teach, and who would share his words with the world after Jesus' objective to serve as a living sacrifice was complete.

Jesus' sacrifice was his own suffering and death by crucifixion. This act served as a means by which the sins of all humans may be forgiven. By taking on the punishment we deserve, Jesus' death made it possible for humans to be redeemed through salvation. To validate his divinity as the son of the living God, Jesus arose from the tomb in which his body laid for three days.

After his resurrection, and after visiting with his disciples and being seen by more than 500 people, Jesus ascended into heaven where he sits at God's right hand even today. Those who knew Jesus and who testified to the truth of God were moved by His Spirit to write down all the things they witnessed. This truth is the Holy Bible. In it, we are assured that all who believe and place their trust in Jesus, the savior of the world, will not perish but be rewarded with eternal life.


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