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The Unveiling - Book Launch

The Unveiling book launch was broadcast live on the Lifespring YouTube channel on the 3rd February 2021. With worship led by Lou & Nathan Fellingham, contributions from David Fellingham, Jeremy Simpkins, David Devenish, John Hosier and David Campbell. Your host is Andy Robinson who leads the team at Lifespring and is part of the ChristCentral team. 

About David
David and Rosie Fellingham are heavily involved in their local church in Horsham. They have two sons Nathan and Luke who were part of the band Phatfish. Dave is a well known musician, song writer and worship leader. He has a broad spectrum of musical interest, and has encouraged orchestral music in worship, as well as playing a mean jazz trumpet himself! He has also tutored and encouraged many young musicians, and has been involved in many worship conferences around the world. Music is not his only ministry. Dave is also a gifted and prophetic preacher and teacher. His international ministry focuses on Canada among the many countries he visits. 

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Reviews (from amazon.com)
A hope-filled reassuring read 
This  commentary on the book of Revelation is written from the heartfelt passionate desire of a worship leader to see the world united in worshipping its Creator God. It is a book filled with hope, that this will be the ultimate outcome for planet earth. Dave does not shy away from the challenging and scary passages, instead he directs us to read them in context and debunks some of the symbolism we may have taken too literally.  He gives the best interpretation of the number 666 that I have heard. Completed during the current pandemic and interlaced with personal stories of God at work, Dave distinguishes between mysteries and certainties. We are left in no doubt that God is still in control and that Jesus' return will be glorious. A Longhurst

Thoughtful, Reflective, Uplifting 
A journey through the chapters of Revelation – thoughtful, reflective and uplifting. Christ is kept central to the discussion, the Church is seen as she should be - His glorified body, and we sing along with the worship Dave intersperses among the insights. Helpful reflections on the current Coronavirus pandemic links in to our daily lives. As the penultimate sentence in the book declares, ‘it is time for the Church to arise and shine.’ Our understanding of Revelation from these pages will help us to do so. R Turner