Faith Factor | Rev. Brian Larson to present ‘Prophecy Update’
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Just a few weeks after Christians celebrated Christmas and the birth of Jesus some 2,000 years ago, Rev. Brian Larson of Calvary Chapel of Truckee will turn his attention to the return of Jesus Christ to earth in what Christians refer to as His Second Coming.
Larson will give his free, annual Prophecy Update message at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 15, at the Truckee High School Auditorium.
All are invited to hear Larson compare current events with age-old Bible prophecies predicting the bodily return of Jesus Christ to earth.
Paying special attention to 2013, Larson will compare current events and trends to the signs of the times mentioned throughout the Bible, focusing particularly on the nation of Israel, and the unrest in the Middle East, which are mentioned in the Bible in connection to what the Bible calls the end of this age, and the return of Jesus.
A much-anticipated message in the Christian community, Rev. Larson’s annual Prophecy Update is broadcast on select radio stations around the country each year and on YouTube (there have been nearly 10,000 views of last year’s update message).
Rev. Brian is the senior Pastor of Calvary Chapel of Truckee which he founded in 1981.
He has a daily radio broadcast entitled “True To His Word,” and a weekly TV program by that same name on Truckee’s local cable channel 6, and is the author of the book, “Shadows in the Desert: Christ’s Tabernacle Blueprint for Living the Abundant Life.”
Call the Calvary Chapel of Truckee office at 530-587-1711 for more information, or go online to cctruckee.com.
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