If Jesus had just one night to be with you: to talk, to pray, to teach. What would He say? What would you do?
The youngest apostle, whom Jesus loved, was now an old man. He had watched the gospel of Jesus Christ spread like wildfire. Millions had experienced the joyful salvation of the Lord. As John reflected on his memories, the Holy Spirit brought to his remembrance all that Jesus said and did on that Final Night before the crucifixion. So John began writing these vital words in his own gospel, in order that the church could be strengthened for the coming years. Those words would be life and health to the next generations of Christians. That's what Final Night is all about
- From the first shocking event of washing their feet, to the concluding prayer proffered to the Father about their unity, the disciples were challenged to have the best relationships of any human group or organization. Find the pure and simple reality of real unity for the church in Final Night.
- Have you ever been betrayed by someone very close to you? Learn the keys to help you survive betrayal and come out better, stronger, more effective, and victorious in Final Night.
- Peter was called the rock by Jesus. You can be as powerful and productive as Peter in your work of the ministry. Find this path to power and victory in the revelations of Final Night.
- There is one critical key that blends everything we want as Christians into a successful paradigm. Perfect love, absolute power, total unity, peace, and primacy in the kingdom. Find it in the name of God and the teachings of Final Night.
"Reed serves faithfully and loyally as one of the elders in the church I pastor. He is one of the best theological minds I have had the privilege of calling my friend. His teachings are a unique mix of potent ingredients that form a special recipe of the truth, and reach the minds and spirits of those he teaches. Relax, receive, and enjoy the concepts of his latest book." --Mike Connaway, Senior Pastor of VLife Church, McKinney, Texas and Author of "My Third House"
Reed Tibbetts has served for over twenty-three years as an ordained pastor and teacher, and is currently serving as one of the elders of VLife Church in McKinney, Texas, where he ministers as a prophet and teacher. An honored and decorated disabled veteran of the Vietnam War, Reed is a graduate of Northwest University of the Assemblies of God. Over the many years he has pursued the goal of handling accurately the word of truth, and has developed a reputation as a guardian of apostolic doctrine (the teachings of the apostles). Through the years Reed has written and printed many teaching notebooks in the churches he has served, but only recently has he turned to the writing and publishing of books for the greater body of Christ. Reed lives in Princeton, Texas with his wife of forty-six years. They have three adult children and four grandchildren, all of whom are faithfully serving the Lord in their respective local churches.