Lesson 5 - Creation & Morality (1st Qtr 2013)
 

Hope Sabbath School / January 27, 2013

If we are created in God's image, do we have a responsibility to behave in a certain way? Should our view of creation influence our concept of morality? The HSS team tackles these tough questions and more this week.

 
Praying for Peace
 

Let's Pray / February 06, 2019

This week on Let's Pray Let’s Pray, we’ll be Praying for Peace, and will remember the legacy and the prayer life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as well as his contributions to society.

 
Hope Sabbath School | Second Live
 

Hope at Home / March 14, 2020

Pastor Derek Morris has a special bible study with Jason, Season and Travis in this week's lesson.

 
Lesson 10 - Stewardship & the Environment (1st Qtr 2013)
 

Hope Sabbath School / March 03, 2013

In Genesis 1, God gave Adam stewardship responsibilities over the Garden of Eden. Today, we still have a duty as stewards. This week, the team discusses stewardship & the environment.

 
What a Gift
 

Let's Pray / December 25, 2019

For this special holiday program, we are talking about the Gift we have in Christ. He’s the Gift to end all gifts! There is none like Him, we can always call on His name.

 
Lesson 3 - The Creation Completed (1st Qtr 2013)
 

Hope Sabbath School / January 13, 2013

There's something satisfying in doing a good job. Each day after God completed His work, He said "It was good." This week, Pastor Derek & the HSS team review the masterful work of God's creation completed in one week.

 
The Sword of the Spirit
 

Let's Pray / April 22, 2020

We’ve heard that the Lord fights our battles, but what is it that we can do? On this episode, we’ll talk about the Sword of the Spirit.

 
02 The Key to Prophetic Understanding
 

InVerse / January 06, 2020

One prayer changes the course of history.

 
Multiple Sclerosis
 

Go Healthy For Good! / September 14, 2015

Every hour of every day, one American is diagnosed with a lifelong, chronic disease called multiple sclerosis. This disease is unpredictable and affects primarily young adults. So what causes it? What are the treatment options? Stay Tuned!