Sabbath School: Adult (English)

Class starts at 9:30am in the Multipurpose Room with singing and prayer followed by a mission story and then the lesson study. Anyone is invited to attend this class and we sincerely hope to see you bright and early Sabbath morning as we discuss and share together about our Saviors love for us!


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Tuesday: The Division of the Hebrew Nation

The path of apostasy, and its dire consequences, didn’t happen overnight. But the wrong choices and decisions that accumulated over the long centuries finally led to some terrible consequences for God’s people. Read the story of King Rehoboam in 1 Kings 12:1-16. What caused this terrible division among God’s people? “Had Rehoboam and his inexperienced counselors understood Continue reading -->

Monday: Right in His Own Eyes

Stories from the book of Judges show the numerous negative consequences of Israel not following the Lord’s will. Soon after Israel entered into Canaan, people began to pattern their spiritual lives on the false religions of the Canaanites surrounding them-exactly what they were told not to do! Unfortunately, that wasn’t the only problem they were Continue reading -->

Sunday: “Return, O Backsliding Children”

The history of the people of Israel is filled with stories of disobedience and anarchy, followed by a return to God and obedience, and then followed again with more disobedience and conflicts. This pattern repeats itself over and over. Each time God’s people consciously followed His will, they were blessed with peace and life. Each Continue reading -->

Sabbath: Causes of Disunity

Read for This Week’s Study: Deut. 28:1-14, Jer. 3:14-18, Judg. 17:6, 1 Kings 12:1-16, 1 Cor. 1:10-17, Acts 20:25-31. Memory Text: “The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom, and the knowledge of the Holy One is understanding” (Proverbs 9:10, NKJV). Old Testament prophets repeatedly called upon the people of Israel to obey God’s instructions. Disobedience and carelessness would lead to Continue reading -->

Friday: Inside Story – No More Sabbath Classes

By Andrew McChesney, Adventist Mission Seventh-day Adventist students who wish to become nurses no longer face a Sabbath conflict with the opening of the church’s first nursing school in Bangladesh. The three-story facility that houses the Bangladesh Adventist Nursing Institute was funded in part by a Thirteenth Sabbath Offering and stands on the campus of Continue reading -->