Sabbath School: Adult (English)

Class starts at 9:30am in the Multipurpose Room with singing and prayer followed by a mission story and then the lesson study. Anyone is invited to attend this class and we sincerely hope to see you bright and early Sabbath morning as we discuss and share together about our Saviors love for us!


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HopeSS: Our Forgiving God (November 16, 2019)

You can view an in-depth discussion of “Our Forgiving God” in the Hope Sabbath School class led by Pastor Derek Morris. Click on the image to view: You may download an MP4 video file, and audio file or a PDF lesson outline from the HopeSS site. With thanks to Hope Channel – Television that will Continue reading -->

Tuesday: Lessons From the Past

Read Nehemiah 9:9-22. How does this part of the prayer differ from the first part? The prayer transitions from praising God for His faithfulness to recounting the contrasting unfaithfulness of the Israelites in their Egypt and wilderness experiences. It outlines all the different things God gave the Israelites; but unfortunately, the response of the “fathers” Continue reading -->

Monday: Beginning of Prayer

The response of the people to the Bible reading was a long prayer that recounted the goodness of God in contrast to the history of the Israel’s faithlessness. One can observe that the reply is more like a sermon than a prayer, because almost every verse has a parallel somewhere in the Bible. Read Nehemiah 9:4-8. Continue reading -->

Sunday: Fasting and Worship

Read Nehemiah 9:1-3. Why were the people separating themselves from all foreigners? Although Nehemiah was eager to make sure that the people associated this time with joy, he now led the assembly to fasting. They humbled themselves before God and threw dust on their heads, while wearing sackcloth. Because the foreigners didn’t have a share in Continue reading -->

Sabbath: Our Forgiving God

Read for This Week’s Study: Neh. 9:1-3; Dan. 9:4-19; Neh. 9:4-8; Col. 1:16-17; Neh. 9:9-38; Rom. 5:6-8. Memory Text: “He who covers his sins will not prosper, but whoever confesses and forsakes them will have mercy” (Proverbs 28:13, NKJV). After the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot) was finished, the leaders again gathered the people. They had just spent time celebrating; now it was time Continue reading -->

Inside Story ~ Breaking a Curse

Breaking a Curse By ChanMin Chung Sunny and Salma met during orientation for first-year students at a university in the Middle East. Sunny, who is from Asia, is a “Waldensian student”, a Seventh-day Adventist studying at a secular university in the Adventist Church’s Middle East and North Africa Union. Salma is a local student who Continue reading -->