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Starts AUGUST 8th, 2021

Let’s face it; of all the prophetic books in the Old Testament Ezekiel is one of the weirdest. It is a book filled with strange images, hard messages, and weird stories of a prophet who was more of a shock-and-awe performance artist than preacher. To our modern ears, this is a book that seems to hold little relevance for us today. And yet, when we take a closer look we find the story of a God who joins his wayward people in exile to provide them with hope and comfort in this midst of all of life’s pains, challenges, and struggles; a God who shepherds his children, gives life to the dead, and provides streams of new life in the desert. Ezekiel is a book filled with visions - yes - but visions of profound hope.