Lesson 13 -A Step in Faith
 

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Sunday September 20 - Sabbath September 26

 
Lesson 7 - When Conflicts Arise
 

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Sunday November 11 - Sabbath November 17

 
The Multicultural Meal (Holiday Special) | Episode 14
 

Cross Connection / 7878 VIEWS

For the holiday season, Oleg, Sergio, and the team discuss unity, consumerism, and how we need to redirect our thinking through narrative of Jesus.

 
Episode 2: Jesus The Revolutionary
 

Revolutionary / 7866 VIEWS

Oleg examines the revolution of Jesus of Nazareth and how it stood in stark contrast to his 1st century Roman world. In NY, Sergio encounters groups taking innovative steps to transform their communities.

 
Lifestyle & Thinking
 

Go Healthy For Good! / 7859 VIEWS

If we want to think smarter, we need more than a good education and correcting distortions. We need to live smarter! Discover how nutrition, physical activity, and brain inputs such as movies, music, and social media impacts your health.

 
Lesson 6 - Creation & the Fall (1st Qtr 2013)
 

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After Satan lost his place in heaven, he was not content to be alone. He wants you to fall but praise God that's not the end of the story. This week, the HSS team studies the fall of man and looks forward to a sinless world.

 
Lesson 2 - Creation: Forming the World (1st Qtr 2013)
 

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God shaped our world with the power of His words. He spoke and it was so. Yet, when He created humankind, He formed Adam with the tender strength of His hands. This week, Pastor Derek & the HSS team delve into the creation account.

 
Lesson 6- The Ministry of Peter
 

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Sunday August 5- Sabbath August 11

 
Lesson 7 - Through a Glass, Darkly (1st Qtr 2013)
 

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The Bible is very clear in the account of creation. Yet, there are many things we still don't understand. That's the power of faith in our Creator God. This week, the team looks through a glass, darkly. Guest Teacher: Nathan K.