Eschatology is the study of what the Bible says is going to happen in the end times. Many people regard Eschatology as a branch of theology that should be avoided. But how we comprehend Eschatology affects how we conduct our lives and what we may expect to happen in God's plan. Eschatology unfolds the prophetic program for humanity, Israel, the Church, and the whole created order of the universe.  

The last few years have been full of turmoil and confusion. We've experienced a pandemic, racial tensions, war in Ukraine, political disputes, and an unstable economy. Many people have found themselves reeling from the last few years, asking if this is the end? And if not, where do we go from here?

As believers it is essential for us to have a Biblical understanding of the end times. It will prepare us for what is to come, promote the sharing of the Gospel, place our focus on future and eternal things, prove God’s faithfulness, and purify our lives.

In an effort to understand the times in which we live in light of Eschatology and to understand future events as described in the Bible, we are beginning a series called, “Is This the End?” at LowCountry Community Church. We will learn together what the Bible says about the end times, if we are there yet, and how we can better live our lives knowing that the return of Christ is soon coming.

If you are local to the LowCountry, join us in person at 8:30, 10:00, and 11:30 each Sunday for the next six weeks. Join a small group or our Monday evening Community Group to dig in deeper to a study guide created specifically for this series. If you live elsewhere, we would love for you to join us online at those same worship times. You can find us at, our Facebook page, or our YouTube channel.

There are also additional resources available on the Kitchen Table Theology podcast. Listen to any of the ten podcasts on Eschatology here to further expand your knowledge.