|Join one of our Sabbath school lesson study groups. Every week small groups get together to share what they have learned from the lesson and how it has made a difference in their lives.
|Sabbath School Bible Study 9:30—10:25 a.m.|
|Beginner/Pre-K (under 5 years of age)||Meeting Room 3|
|Kindergarten/Primary (over 5 years of age)||Meeting Room 5|
|Middle School||Meeting Room 5|
|Adult||Meeting Room 1 & 2|
Sabbath School Lessons Are Available Online
Adult Bible Study Guide Sabbath School Lessons (ABSG)
Modern science has made earth one vast laboratory for research and experimentation. Such research yields many benefits, but the industrial revolution has also resulted in air, water, and land pollution.
Technology, in some instances, has manipulated nature rather than managing it wisely. We are stewards of this world, and should do everything to maintain life on all levels by keeping the ecological balance intact. In His coming advent, Christ will “destroy those who destroy the earth” (Rev. 11:18). From this perspective Christian stewards are responsible not only for their own possessions but for the world around them. Proper stewardship is selflessness; it is complete self-giving to God and service to humanity.
Because of His love for us Christ endured the cruelty of the cross, the even deeper pain of rejection by His own, and abysmal God-forsakenness. In comparison to this gift, what could we ever give? His was a gift, not of what He had—even though He had everything—but of Himself.
Such is stewardship. To gaze on that greatest gift is to be drawn out of ourselves, to become like Him. It will move us to become the caring church, caring for both those within the communion of believers and those without. Since Christ died for the world, stewardship, in its broadest sense, is for the world.