Lesson 5 - The Cry of the Prophets
 

Hope Sabbath School / July 28, 2019

Sunday July 28 - Sabbath August 3

 
Lesson 3 - Sabbath: A Day of Freedom
 

Hope Sabbath School / July 14, 2019

Sunday July 14 - Sabbath July 20

 
Episode 9: Jesus The Messiah
 

Revolutionary / April 25, 2020

An ancient, previously undiscovered writing, “The War Scroll,” predicts an epic spiritual battle to be led by a mighty spiritual warrior: The Messiah. Oleg and Sergio examine the ancient and modern repercussions of a Messiah no one could have possibly expected.

 
Wake Up with Hope July 13, 2021
 

Wake up With Hope / July 13, 2021

Wake up With Hope will surely change your day! Today we will have Hope Channel news with Kenia Reyes, health tips, our friend Elizabeth Talbot will share an encouraging message, and more. Don’t miss it!

 
The Fruit of Kindness - Elaine and Willie Oliver
 

Hope at Home / July 11, 2020

What does it really mean to be Kind? Our world is in crisis and many people are wondering what they should do and how they can help. Well kindness is one way everyone can respond in their own way. Kindness could be random, but the best act of kindness is intentional. Our world is desperately in need of our kindness right now. Kindness is being genuinely concerned for the well-being of others and seeks out ways to show compassion when needed. When we are kind, we display Christ’s character in our lives, showing evidence of our being connected to Him.

 
ReStore Memory
 

Go Healthy For Good! / May 17, 2018

Alzheimer's is the only one of the nation's top ten causes of death, for which there is no effective treatment, let alone cure. But there's hope! Find out what you can do about it.

 
Lesson 9 - Trials, Tribulations, and Lists
 

Hope Sabbath School / November 24, 2019

Sunday November 24 - Sabbath November 30

 
Lesson 2 - The Blueprint of a Better World
 

Hope Sabbath School / July 07, 2019

Sunday July 7- Sabbath July 13

 
Episode 8: Jesus The King
 

Revolutionary / April 25, 2020

The Gospels provide a truly unconventional depiction of their hero as a king. Oleg highlights the shameful and barbaric nature of crucifixion while Sergio explores the impact that a different kind of king can make today.