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Revelation Workshop Series: Reading the Book on its Own Terms

Date: Saturday February 6, 2021 | Time: 9am-12noon PST

Speaker: Darrell Johnson, author of "Discipleship on the Edge"

Reading the book of Revelation can be mystifying and hard. So many strange visions and metaphors. This book also has more allusions to the Old Testament than any other book in the New Testament. Try to read it from chapter one to the end and you'll probably feel lost.

We are so excited to have Darrell Johnson with us to help orient us to the book. He's going to give us rules for interpretation, share with us what he sees as the structure of the book, and then walk through a portion of it with us.

This event is free and open to the public, but we ask that you would register with us to receive a zoom link. Please note that registration is now closed.

Workshop Updates

  1. If you have registered for the workshop, an email with workshop details and the zoom link was sent to you on Thursday Feb. 4th. If you do not see it in your inbox, please check your spam folder.
  2. If you have registered and have not received the zoom link, please email Pastor Josh at and we can resend it to you.
  3. Please check back for updates that will be posted on this page.
  4. Workshop Notes are available to download: Revelation Workshop Notes - Darrell Johnson (pdf)

About the Speaker


Darrell Johnson has been preaching Jesus Christ and His Gospel for over 50 years. He has served a number of Presbyterian congregations in California, Union Church of Manila in the Philippines, and the historic First Baptist Church in the heart of Vancouver, Canada. He has taught preaching for Fuller Theological Seminary, Carey Theological College in Vancouver, and Regent College in Vancouver. He has authored eight books, including The Glory of Preaching and Discipleship on the Edge: An Expository Journey Through Revelation.  

He is currently serving as Scholar-in-Residence for The Way Church and Canadian Church Leaders Network, and still serves Regent College part-time as Teaching Fellow.  

He and his wife Sharon have been married 49 years. Together they have raised four children adopted from four different countries of the world, and now enjoy loving 11 active grandchildren!