On October 27, the Mountain View Seventh Day Adventist Church in Vernon, Vermont, will kick off a brand-new series discussing the future of the Christian church and what is happening with world events. This free three-part series, called A Pale Horse Rides, will involve both documentary-style and live elements, featuring local moderator Pastor Art Miller. The video documentary portion is hosted by Voice of Prophecy Speaker/Director Shawn Boonstra.
A Pale Horse Rides begins Friday, October 27, at 7:00 PM at Mountain View SDA Church located at 1002 Fort Bridgman Road, Vernon, VT. It will continue Saturday, October 28, at 11:00 AM and at 2:00 PM. All are welcome to attend this free event. Attendees will receive a copy of Boonstra’s new book, A Pale Horse Rides.
This series will address questions such as:
- Did something go wrong at the dawn of Christianity?
- What happened to the Christian churches outside of the Roman Empire?
- How, exactly, did our ancestors become Christians?
- How does the Bible deal with the fact that Christians are sometimes less than Christ-like?
- What would the church look like without the merger of church and state?
- How can we have the strong faith of our ancestors?
- What is the future of Christianity?
Filmed on location in countries such as Ireland and Germany, the documentary portion tells the story of an intriguing ancient tribe who mysteriously converted and built their faith solely upon the words of the Bible. “These fearless men and women lived their faith during some of this world’s darkest hours,” said Boonstra. “They paved the way for Luther…as well as us! Your own faith will be deepened by what they accomplished.”
Topics will include “Rome Is Burning,” “Barbarian Fire,” and “An Underground Movement.” This series will feature incredible stories from the 1,200 years that led up to Martin Luther nailing the 95 Theses on the Wittenberg Castle Church door and the start of the Reformation.
“During A Pale Horse Rides, you will learn the stories that paved the way for the Reformation and how they continue to echo through the lives of every person on earth today,” said Boonstra. “Please join us for this fascinating study!”
You can watch a trailer of A Pale Horse Rides atwww.palehorserides.com/vernon. You can register to attend A Pale Horse Rides by calling 855-836-3830 or by visitingwww.palehorserides.com/vernon. Registration is not required to attend. For questions, please call 802-490-0751 or firstname.lastname@example.org.