Webinar | Lessons from the church in Smyrna
May 19, 2019 at 6 p.m. (EDT)


FREE Webinar

Unlocking Revelation’s Mysteries: Lessons from the church in Smyrna.

May 19, 2019, at 6 p.m. (EDT)

Duration: 1 hour

(45-minute presentation and 15-minute Q&A)



FREE Webinar!

Unlocking Revelation’s Mysteries: Lessons from the church in Smyrna | May 19, 2019, at 6 p.m. (EDT)

Ever since the Apostle John, on the lonely island of Patmos, penned the book of Revelation, this book has been met with a variety of reactions. There are some who are frightened by the symbols, beasts, and prophecies. There are still others who despise the book as a “trouble-making” piece of propaganda. Many have even said that the book of Revelation is no longer relevant to our day and time. Is all of that true? Discover the answer for yourself!

Explore the seven literal churches (Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, and Laodicea) mentioned in the book of Revelation with international speaker, Pastor Chris Holland, in a series of seven (7) webinars, titled Unlocking Revelation’s Mysteries, presented over the next seven months. Seven webinars in seven months – only from HopeLives365 Online University!

As Pastor Holland explores each of the seven literal churches in the book of Revelation,

You will:

Learn the archaeological, biblical and current applications of the book of Revelation
Understand why Christ spoke to the church in Smyrna
Discover how those letters from John were read and understood in the first century
Learn the location of the church in Smyrna on a modern-day map of the world
Understand the relevance of the church in Smyrna to modern-day Christians
See pictures from Pastor Holland’s visits to the locations (modern-day Turkey) of the seven churches mentioned in Revelation, and
Discover the Holy Spirit’s deeply personal message for each and every one of us today from Christ’s message to the church in Smyrna
This is a live instructor-led course, structured with a 45-minute presentation from Pastor Holland and 15-minutes of Q&A from the attendees.


A computer, laptop or mobile device with good internet access
Please have a pen and a piece of paper with you in order to take notes