Lesson 10: The New Covenant
 

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Sunday May 30 - Sabbath June 5

 
Lesson 11: New Covenant Sanctuary
 

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Sunday June 6 - Sabbath June 12

 
Lesson 12: Covenant Faith
 

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Sunday June 13 - Sabbath June 19

 
Owners of a Hotel Franchise
 

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Have We Missed the Point About Racism?
 

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Racism is a complex and devasting force that’s found in societies around the globe. We dig deeper into what drives racism, and how we can recognize it and fight it within our own communities.

 
All Things Are Possible with God
 

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As a child, Dexter Thomas was told he was worthless because he was born blind. But God reached him with a message of love and empowerment and he is a new creature in Christ. Although told he would never complete high school, he went on to earn a doctoral degree! He is passionate about reaching others for Christ, including those who are blind, and created a ministry called Phone Faith, now operated by Christian Record Services.

 
Nation-Building for God?
 

Global Affairs Today / 0 VIEWS

What happens when faith becomes closely linked with patriotism or political loyalty? We take a closer look at the phenomenon known as Christian nationalism and explore its dangerous impact in the political life of nations around the world.

 
Growing Faith
 

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James and his college friends were into a fast life of concerts, drugs, alcohol and more. Things changed dramatically when James ended up on an organic farm in Italy. Later, James accepted Bible truth and was baptized, much to the consternation of his parents. In spite of pressure, he remained faithful and today is the director of LIGHT ministry, teaching people to reach others through God’s methods.

 
The Power of Protest
 

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The act of political protest has toppled authoritarian regimes and launched important social movements. But sometimes, protests turn violent. We dig deeper into these issues and explore how we can decide if and when to engage in protest.