British Conference of Seventh Day Baptist Churches
The Helping Hand, March-May 2022 (Spring edition)
The Helping Hand is Seventh Day Baptist's adult and youth Sabbath School detailed lesson plans. This issue of the Helping Hand covers 2022 from March to 2022 May.
This quarter uses the lens of liberation, Christian freedom, to examine and experience the nature of God who acts to deliver and free people in different situations. This liberation is experienced in the story of the Passover and in the good news of Easter. Liberation is experienced in God's new covenant community.
The Helping Hand, Dec 2021-Feb 2022 (Winter edition)
The Helping Hand is Seventh Day Baptist's adult and youth Sabbath School detailed lesson plans. This issue of the Helping Hand covers 2021 December to 2022 January and February.
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The study this quarter focuses on justice as presented in a variety of Old Testament Scriptures. Justice originates in the nature of God and is given to God’s people as a gift under the Law. Over time, adverse circumstances caused God’s people to raise questions about God’s justice.
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2022 Week of Prayer, January
SDB’s annual nightly week of prayer begins Sunday 02 Jan - 08 Jan, @7:30pm each evening. The theme this year is “The liberty of diversity: how freedom in Christ empowers us to appreciate and celebrate diversity”.
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During the first full week of January since 1967, Seventh Day Baptists (SDBs) around the world have united in prayer by sharing in meditations centered on a theme chosen by the author of the SDB Week of Prayer booklet. This year, for the first time, there is a general author, who has coordinated the writings of seven other authors from seven regions of the world, to complete the booklet. Take a look at its contents. Note, open on a desktop for the best viewing experience.