Hope Sabbath School
Hope Sabbath School is a weekly in-depth interactive study of the Word of God.
In this last lesson, we will look at God’s mission in the end times. How will God's mission finally be accomplished?
What lessons can we learn from Esther and Mordecai? How does their example inform us on how we should conduct ourselves as witnesses?
Are there people who remain unreached because of the prejudice of believers? In part two of this lesson, we see how Jesus opens the eyes of His followers to see groups that are neglected.
There are still groups of people who have yet to hear the Gospel. In part one of this two-part lesson, we will explore how to reach out to those in need of the Good News.
How do we reach those that seem to have no needs for Christ? There are several examples in the Bible to consider.
In this lesson we will focus on how Jesus met the varying needs of people.
How do we connect with the people in our sphere of influence? How did Jesus handle resistance?
Do you ever hesitate to share the Gospel? In this lesson we will look to scripture to help motivate us and prepare us for the Mission.
In this lesson we will look at some of the common excuses we use to avoid our part in the Mission, and how God will help us move past them.
Are there other ways to participate in the Mission outside of giving a testimony? Were all of Jesus' efforts a success?
God has called us to help others learn the Good News as part of the mission. But what does that mean in practical terms for our daily lives?
In this second part of a two-part lesson, we explore the details God has shared with us about how He has accomplished His mission, and continues to work His plan of salvation..
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