Kelowna, BC (PRWEB) March 15, 2011
On April 18-26, a group of Christians will gather in the heart of the beautiful Okanagan Valley – at Camp Hatikvah in Oyama, BC (just 25 minutes north of Kelowna) – to celebrate “Christ our Passover who was sacrificed for us” and the Feast of Unleavened Bread.
The theme for the festival is “The Feasts in the Prophecies” and there will be a special emphasis on the prophecies of Daniel and Revelation. Tom Stapleton of GodsFestivals.com will present several in-depth studies including “The Time is at Hand”, “The Books of Daniel and Revelation Are One”, and “The New World Order” and Ray Foucher of Jesus-Resurrection.info will teach on Israel’s role in prophecy. There will also be special presentations by Regan Christison, Kirk Christison, and Heidi Christison and an additional feature on marriage and relationships by Danny and JoAnna Chase.
“The Middle-east situation has everyone talking about Bible prophecy,” says Tom Stapleton of GodsFestivals.com. “We will examine these prophecies in detail to reveal what has been hidden since Daniel and John first penned their books – and attendees will see that the world is quickly approaching a tipping point in history that will usher in the opening of the ‘time of the end’, bringing us to the long awaited Second Coming of our Messiah.”
Throughout the week there will be opportunities for Bible teaching, Bible study and discussion, worship in music, fellowship with other believers, and plenty of delicious vegetarian food.
“Any Christian who is eager to celebrate Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread on this special occasion will surely be blessed”, says Debbie Streloff, who attended the Feast of Tabernacles event at Camp Hatikvah in the fall of last year. “Last year we had a great time studying the Bible and worshiping our Lord. The location is beautiful, the event is well organized, and the food is sure to be a highlight.”
The festival is not sponsored by any particular church and is intended for an interdenominational audience. Guests are expected from across the Okanagan Valley, the Lower Mainland and Vancouver area, the East and West Kooteneys, as well as from Alberta and Washington State.
Visit godsfestivals.com/passover/ for more information.