Welcome. Our site is a resource to encourage individual study of the Scriptures. You are welcome to browse any of our lessons on screen, or to print them out for personal or group studies.
The Transformed Life
Don't settle for "religion." God has a plan to transform your life. Newest: Wake Up and Live! and Revival! Favorites: Gifts of The Holy Spirit and Fruit of The Holy Spirit.
The Book of Revelation & Last-Days Prophecy
"Blessed is he who reads and those who hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written in it, for the time is near." Revelation 1:3
Read about the upcoming Middle East warfare here: Ezekiel's War. New: The Milennium Period and New Heaven and New Earth. Updated: Raptures and Resurrections.
Discipleship Resource: "Durable Joy: Mysteriously Hidden in Plain Sight"
Mere happiness is fragile and fleeting; true joy is durable enough to survive the hardships of real life. We all seek joy, but most folks don't discover true joy because God has hidden it -- in plain sight. These lessons will help you find it.
Devotional Bible Studies
Studies to help you learn more about the character and faithfulness of our Lord. Favorites: My Shepherd and Does Jesus Care?
Prayer and Personal Revival
Develop your essential survival skills. Newest: "Unto what, then, were ye baptized?"
Jesus said to him, "I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me." (John 14:6) Your search for truth starts here. Revised: Noah and the Great Flood. Other favorites: Sharing Your Faith, and Church Government.
September 11: Where Was God?
As we struggle to recover from the tragic events of September 11, some remarkable stories are emerging. Here are two true stories of how God has touched lives.
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