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Started by Adebusoye Damilola. Last reply by SkyLine Dec 28, 2010.

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Comment by jackkson kato on February 22, 2013 at 4:29pm

Adventist World Radio is the international broadcast ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Its mission is to broadcast the gospel to the people of the world in their own languages. AWR broadcasts more than 1,000 hours a week via shortwave and AM/FM radio and the Internet. Its programs are produced in locally-operated studios, in nearly 70 languages.Discovering Truth through the Radio
As Jafe talked to the newly-baptized members, he learned that many of them had been idol worshippers and had not known about God until they heard about Him on the radio. A few of the new members, on the other hand, had been attending another Protestant church.
In one case, a young man who had been listening to AWR obtained a tract that spoke about the Sabbath. After reading it, he wanted his father to receive the truth, but he needed to devise a means of reaching out to him. He put the tract in his father’s Bible. When his father read the tract, he was upset and confused.
As time passed, the father continued his exploration of the truth about the Sabbath until one day he heard a segment about the subject on an AWR program. The son had earlier made the decision to become an Adventist, but now the father asked all of the family members to assemble and discuss the newly-received truth.
After presenting the subject, the father announced that he had received new light that the true day of worship is Saturday. The entire family decided to become Adventists, and today they are all members of the Adventist church.
Jafe concludes, “The other thing I learned after my discussion with some of the new members in this location is that there is no church for them to go to. They said they need a place to meet for worship, and that more people could join them if they could find a suitable place. At the time of writing, there are more than 20 people worshiping at that place, ever though there is no church. As isolated as they are, no other means of evangelism could have reached this group of people if it had not been through Adventist World Radio.”

Comment by mira on September 17, 2011 at 5:26am
Good to be here...
Comment by JERRY THOMAS on September 10, 2011 at 6:29am
this is very informative
Comment by Kelly K.R. Ross on April 28, 2011 at 1:52pm

This is my favorite website where I get great ideas for teaching the lesson.There is the audio along with extra notes in PDF.

Comment by lovious chimundida on April 25, 2011 at 4:52am
we must be equipep be4 teaching
Comment by Joseph Elmer A. Vicente on April 25, 2011 at 2:51am
I like to study lessons before we teach them.
Comment by Hubert F. Sturges on October 27, 2010 at 10:45am
I am a third generation SDA. We have started a new Sabbath School class in our Grand Junction church. I have for some time felt uncomfortable with the fact that we come to SS and Church, we discuss the lesson in SS, and we listen to the sermon in church. Then we go home and have a nice dinner. We might visit friends, attend a Bible study class, or go for a hike in nature.

THEN ..... we feel that we have done our "duty" and are good Adventists!!

Is this what it is all about? Will this hasten the coming of our Lord? Are we fulfilling Jesus' direct command to "go, teach, and baptize?" NO! NO! NO!

Well we can't continue to sit around, so we have started a new SS class that will emphasize witnessing. The first half hour is dedicated to the lesson. The next half hour is to discuss our experiences in witnessing, learn new ideas of h of to witness, and to testify of what God has done for us personally.

This class is just starting. More news later.
Comment by SkyLine on March 22, 2010 at 1:00am
We have come to the end of another quarter. How has it been? My admonishing to all my teacher friends is that we lead by example. The end of the matter, I have come to realize, is CHARACTER. Our character will truly tell if we have the fruit of the Spirit. Our class members should develop characters that are worthy of emulating, simply because we ourselves have done so. Lets prepare for next quarter’s lesson that promises not only to be interesting, but challenging. Our physical bodies will be tested and our standards as Adventists will be challenged. Where do you stand? Do you use your body for good or evil? Remember, this body is not ours. It is the Lord’s. How do we treat God’s property? Challenge your class to bring out practical issues learned from this quarter into next quarter. If we truly grow from character to character as did Jesus, we should have healthy bodies that we are not ashamed of. Stay Blessed teachers.
Comment by Stephen on August 14, 2009 at 10:06am
Hi, i am an Assistant Youth Sabbath school teacher and here is my site:

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