7600 Glover Road

 Langley, BC V2Y 1Y1


Spring Conference May 4-6, 2016

Cedar Springs Christian Retreat Center, Sumas, WA

Theme: Living and Serving Apocalyptically

In the first three chapters of The Revelation of Jesus Christ, the risen and living Lord of the universe breaks through from hiddenness (that is what the word apocalypse means), and speaks to seven congregations on the land mass we now call Turkey. In each of His messages, He tells us Who He is, what He knows about us, what He is calling us to do, and what He promises those who obey Him. At this conference, we will give careful attention to what He said then so that we might hear what He is saying now. Hopefully by the end of the time together, each of us will be able to discern what Jesus is saying to the church in our time, and in particular, to the contexts in which He calls us to serve.

Presenter: Darrell Johnson

Darrell Johnson has been preaching the Gospel since 1970 and is known as a lover of Jesus and His Good News. He has served as senior pastor of a number of Presbyterian churches in California, and of Union Church of Manila during the so-called “People Power Revolution.” In 2000, he joined the faculty of Regent College. Darrell has authored a number of books, including Experiencing the Trinity, Fifty-Seven Words That Change the World, Discipleship On the Edge, It is Finished, The Glory of Preaching: Participating in God’s Transformation of the World, and Who is Jesus? In 2009 he accepted the call of the historic First Baptist Church in downtown Vancouver where he served as senior minister for six years. Granted an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity from Carey Theological College in 2015, Darrell became the Director of the new Centre for Preaching at Carey Theological Institute where he is helping preachers find their own voice for announcing the amazingly good, good news of the Trinity. Darrell and his wife Sharon have been married forty-four years, and have raised four children adopted from four different countries of the world.


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