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Classes at AZHOP

We typically have a few different classes going on at AZHOP. Our classes our casual, open to anyone and best of all they are FREE! If you are interested in attending you can register be emailing whomever is teaching that class. Or you can just show up. If you have any questions you can always email us at

The Book of Daniel​

Teacher: Rick MacDonald


The book of Daniel is considered to be one of the most important biblical revelations concerning the rise and fall of the Antichrist in the end times, the persecution and victory of the saints, the role of Israel and the Church, and the Battle of Armageddon. It also contains a concise —as well as a vivid explanation of Jesus as the Son of Man, who will confront and remove all oppression and wickedness as He rules the nations in righteousness in partnership with His people.


Daniel was told that the understanding of this prophetic writing would be sealed until “the time of the end.” Considering the generation in which we live, the time of the end, the events of the day and the revelation of the Holy Spirit are bringing to light the understanding of this book. 


Rick MacDonald, founder and Director of Azhop, teaches this in a verse-by-verse format, as he has with other poignant Scriptures like Song of Solomon, Matthew, Acts, Revelation, Joel and Zechariah. 


To register or for more info on the class you can contact Pastor Rick directly at

To register, or for more info on the class you can contact Pastor Rick directly at

Tabernacle of David

Teacher: Dale Nelson


In 750 BC, Amos prophesied of the restoration of David’s tabernacle (Amos 9:11-15). Amos’ prophecy linked the timing of the rebuilding of David’s tabernacle to one generation— when Israel was restored to her land in a way that she would never be pulled up from it (v. 15). Israel was restored to her land in May 1948—it is the only generation in which this prophecy could be fulfilled. It signaled the beginning of the time when the spirit of the tabernacle of David would be released—connected to the harvest of the remnant of Edom (Arabic & Islamic nations). 


The Lord has planted Israel in their land three times—in Joshua’s generation (about 1400 BC), in Zerubbabel’s generation (538 BC), and in May 1948 (the only time they will not be uprooted). We know that the State of Israel established in 1948 will not be cast out of the land because the Scripture prophesies that Israel in the end times will remain in the land surrounded by the nations (Zechariah 12-14) with a remnant supernaturally preserved until Jesus delivers them (Joel 2:32).

Why David? He was first to establish day and night worship in Jerusalem, he was the king of Israel’s government (throne of David), and he proclaimed the kingdom to Gentiles (Psalm 67-68). David’s tabernacle speaks of the fact of his government and the way it was manifest (worship).


About Dale Nelson:

A graduate of Azusa Pacific University with a Masters of Divinity degree, and a leader for many years with the Worship Institute in Pasadena, California, Dale is well trained and qualified to bring the realities of the importance of Tabernacle of David to this generation.

To register, or for more info on the class you can contact Dale directly at

Followers Of The Way



Before they were called Christians, those in the early church who accepted Jesus as Messiah were simply known as those who were “of the Way.”


Acts 9:2 - ...if he found any who were of the Way, whether men or women, he might bring them bound to Jerusalem.

Acts 19:9 - some were hardened and did not believe, but spoke evil of the Way before the multitude.


Jesus said in John 14:6 - “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.

We gather every Sunday to celebrate as a community of followers of The Way, adhering to the sound doctrine of Scripture encouraging everyone who comes to be prepared to participate.  


1 Corinthians 14:26 -"...Whenever you come together, each of you has a psalm, has a teaching, has a tongue, has a revelation, has an interpretation. Let all things be done for edification."

When we're not hosting classes or gatherings, we are incorporating day and night prayer and worship.

Click here to visit the Prayer Room page and see our schedule.

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