Adult Sabbath School
Sabbath school classes are the heartbeat of our church community.
Each week we spend time learning from Scripture and from each other.
The Adult Sabbath School Class study for the first quarter of 2015 is titled, "Proverbs" and Pat Magoon is our discussion leader. While many books of the Bible are filled with deep spiritual and theological truths, the book of Proverbs is is also filled with practical advice for daily living. Brief, well balanced, poetic, and often humorous, the Proverbs are universal and easy to memorize.
Proverbs helps to answer many questions such as, What should I teach my children, and how? How can I be happy and successful? Why do I have momey problems? How should I cope with my anger or my tongue? We pray that this study will enrich your life and draw you near to Jesus.
God bless you as you study His holy word with us.
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Our Sabbath School fellowship begins every Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. Everyone meets in the sanctuary and we begin by singing praises to the Lord. A short Sabbath School Program and a Mission Story or Mission DVD will follow. Then we will separate into classes for our lesson study. We invite all to come and study with us as we grow together in our spiritual walk with Jesus.
Also, Direct TV now carries the Hope Channel #368 and the current Sabbath School lesson led by Pastor Derek Morris can be viewed on Saturday mornings at 6:00 a.m. CST and again on Sunday mornings at 9:00 a.m. CST. Dish Network carries 3ABN (3 Angels Broadcasting Network) where you can watch the current Sabbath School lesson led by Pastor Doug Batchelor and sometimes other leaders. Check your listing for when this program is broadcast. Both the Hope Channel and 3ABN are 24/7 Seventh-Day Adventist programing where you can watch a variety of interesting and informative programs including sermons, learning about Bible prophecy, health, vegetarian cooking and more.
Thank you for stopping by and we pray you will be blessed and be drawn closer to Jesus through our study.