Panorama of Prophecy Launches in New W.O.R.D. Center

By Shenalyn Page
Posted October 21, 2021

Amazing Facts International launched Panorama of Prophecy: A Bible Study Spectacular this past weekend at the W.O.R.D. Center in Granite Bay, California. Thousands of people around the world also joined in with the live audience to hear Pastor Doug Batchelor, president of Amazing Facts International, preach on the second coming of Christ. 

The 25-part series runs from October 15 to November 13, 2021, and is being broadcast around the world on AFTV, 3ABN, Hope Channel, Facebook, and YouTube.

“The Bible is full of prophecies,” Pastor Doug said in his introduction to the first meeting. “In Panorama of Prophecy, we’re going to look at all the hot topics from Genesis to Revelation and make them understandable for everyone. I am convinced that there is nothing more important in life than what we are sharing in these meetings. Life is all about knowing God and then sharing Him with others.”

The Panorama of Prophecy meetings are the first evangelistic series to be held in the new W.O.R.D. Center since its completion. “This is a dream that has been in the works for fifteen years,” says Wayne Leman, media producer for the Panorama of Prophecy meetings. “From the very beginning, we’ve wanted to use the W.O.R.D. Center as a venue for evangelism.”

God is using the series already. Madison* is just one of the many guests who attended the meetings from the local community. “I’ve been watching Pastor Doug online for the past three years,” she said. “I got the flyer in the mail and wanted to hear him in person.”

Responses are also coming in online from people who are watching around the globe. Shirley shares, “I was watching with my husband, who has dementia, and when he heard your call to repent, he responded and confessed. He is a Christian, but it has been so long since he even responds to me. Thank you, Doug and our Savior Jesus! What a miracle!” 

 The Panorama of Prophecy series is a cooperative effort of Amazing Facts employees and donors, Granite Bay church members, and Amazing Facts Center of Evangelism students. They have spent the past several months preparing updated Bible lessons, doing Bible studies in the community, and planning all the details of the meeting. 

One team of volunteers is running a local prophecy program for kids that includes nature and Bible lessons, crafts, and activities. “Children’s evangelism is so important,” says Amy Martin, children’s program leader. “Kids are like sponges. When you take a dry sponge and fill it up with water, it gets so full it starts leaking all over.  These children are learning about Jesus. They get so excited that they just can’t contain it. They want to share what they’re learning.”

It’s not too late to join us online or in person. This is a prophecy seminar you won’t want to miss!

*Name changed.

Photo by Alden J. Ho


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