Practical, inspirational resources to help you grow
The "Godhead Studies" by Dan Augsburger of Path2prayer Ministries is a series of four Bible studies that provide compelling evidence for the biblical teaching on the Godhead. Central to faith in Christ and salvation, these studies will give you confidence in the Godhead that you may never have had before. Don't miss this powerful collection of studies at: DiscipleHeart.com
We hope you enjoyed the prayer room at our General Conference Camp Meeting. The prayer room was open 24 hours a day from May 19th-23rd. Here you will find the quotes and verses from the devotionals that Melody and Gem shared each day in the prayer room!
If you aren't sure how to begin with Bible Study, you will be blessed and encouraged with this 2 part series on how to study the Bible with Adam Ramdin. Adam is pastor of the Yardley SDA church and Director of the PEACE Center of Evangelism in the North England Conference of SDA in the UK. His passion is to see the gospel spread throughout the British Isles and Europe as people are trained and equipped to finish the work.
This inspiring workbook is a great guide for helping women (or anyone interested) to get into the Word of God. The theme of the study follows the pattern: Desire, Discover, Depend, and Do the Word. Teaching powerpoint presentations are included for those that want to pass this info on to their churches. These resources come from the Women's Ministry Department of the General Conference.
This series, by Pavel Goia, is sure to inspire you and drive you to your knees in fresh earnestness for a deeper walk with God. Ellen White writes, "Will we wrestle with God in prayer? Will we receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit? This is what we need and may have at this time... If we walk humbly with God, God will walk with us." (Prayer, p. 87)
Have you ever wondered how to get started praying the Word? If so, these printable prayer cards, filled with Bible promises and quotes from Inspiration, are just for you. Topics covered include prayers and promises for your spiritual growth, for your children, your marriage, your ministry, for overcoming spiritual breaches, and much more. The promises included will add power to your prayer life. (Also available for download in Spanish. All cards can be edited and personalized!)
Let us introduce you to "Thy Word Creations." Thy Word Creations takes the work out of memorizing classic Bible chapters. Their Chapter Memory Systems™ use word-for-word songs to make the process almost effortless for children, teens and adults. Already these resources have helped many learn to store the Word of God in their hearts.
Up until now you may have considered yourself a fairly humble person. However, this short “Healthy Heart Challenge” is sure to challenge you in new ways, as you seek to go deeper in your walk with Christ. Remember, true revival can’t begin until we recognize how desperately we need Christ to change our hearts. Then as we fall broken at the foot of the Cross, surrendering our pride and self-sufficiency to Him, it is His joy to encircle us in the arms of His love, and make us new creatures that will display His glory!
When you open your Bible, where do you start? Perhaps you’ve asked these questions: Where do I start in my Bible? Is there any difference between reading and studying (or “basking in”) the Bible? How can I get to know the Person behind the words on the pages of my Bible? No matter your age or life circumstance, you will find encouragement, advice, and practical strategies in this new book by our friend Nina Atcheson. In it, you will discover how basking in the power of God’s Word will make you want to linger with God—because time with Him is so sweet.
The following resources are designed to facilitate pastors and church leaders (even laity) with evangelism resources, fresh ideas and the latest news events, for the preaching of the Three Angels Message, the everlasting Gospel of Jesus Christ, and His imminent Second Coming. Powerpoint presentations and more made available by the GC ministerial association.
Review & Herald, March 22, 1887 par. 1