In our Bible study on Sabbath afternoons here in Bismarck, we have accepted the challenge to systematically begin to study our doctrines from the Bible. Volunteers are going to be giving presentations to the study group over the next few weeks. The first brave soul was our young brother, Tony Humbert. New to the faith, Tony was undaunted by the challenge and forged ahead. We believe that accepting challenges such as this is what brings some of the greatest blessings and deepest spiritual development in our lives. We are a work in progress! Join us for Tony’s presentation and be blessed:
What does it mean to hide the Word in our hearts? Does it mean to memorize the Bible? And how is the Word a lamp unto our feet? Does it matter if we understand?
This presentation is not for the faint of heart! Brother Wilson shows the reality of the story of meat-eating, and reveals food items you’d never imagine would contain meat, but do! Fasten your seat-belt…you’re in for a bumpy ride!
The Bible says in Proverbs 26:2, “…the curse causeless shall not come.” Therefore, we may know that when we become ill, it is not without a cause. Discovering what in our diet and/or lifestyle has caused an issue is not always as difficult as it may seem. In this presentation Brother Wilson shows what is at the root of many if not most of our ills today.
The dreaded “c” word! Cancer. Is it a given? Must we just bow and expect it at some point in our lives or in the life of a loved one? Are chemotherapy and radiation our only options? Mamon Wilson addresses these and many more questions in this interesting presentation given in Bismarck, ND this past weekend (Jan 31-Feb2, 2015).
We hear so much about love these days. We hear that we should just love people–that people just need love and not “doctrine”. But what does the Bible say? Jay Krueger, of Stenshult Health Center, in Sweden, shows not only what true love is, but how it works out in the life of the individual.