Revelation Revisited

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Contrary to popular belief, the Biblical Book of Revelation is not necessarily about destruction and death. Instead, the symbolism of Revelation points to the transformation of each one of us into the Christ.

Join us in a unique experience where
Dr. William Evans leads us into the transformative symbolism, assisted by insights from Jeshua, channelled through Judith Coates.

The class will follow the book,
The Rainbow Promise, authored by William Evans. The book may be purchased from Amazon (click here) or purchased from the author at a slightly reduced price. (Contact the author at least 2 weeks in advance of the class to insure delivery @ 859-771-8315)

  • Time: Wednesday evenings (every other week) beginning March 13 through July 3. 3-5 p.m. PT for 9 sessions
  • Place: 101 Emerald Highlands Way, Sequim
  • Zoom Computer option for participation at a distance. Access details will be provided upon registration.
Who should attend: Everyone who is ready for the next step in their Spiritual growth.

Facilitators: Dr. William Evans, ordained minister and Jeshua, in expression through Judith Coates
Tuition: $125 or $15 per session


      March 13:
      Forward, Introduction
      March 27:
      Chapter 1, Chapters 2 & 3, Chapter 4
      April 10:
      Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7
      April 24:
      Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10
      May 8:
      Chapter 11, Chapter 12, Chapter 13
      May 22:
      Chapter 14, Chapter 15
      June 5:
      Chapter 16, Chapter 17, Chapter 18
      June 19
      Chapter 19, Chapter 20, Chapter 21
      July 3:
      Chapter 22, Epilogue, Appendices


      • Class-1-Guide.pdf

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