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God Led Bible School
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Discover the joy of letting God lead your Scripture study. Whether you’re opening the Bible for the first time or the ten-thousandth time, you’ll unlock more with the God Led Bible School. Bible prophecy is meant to be understood. In fact, the Bible’s most famous prophetic book is called “Revelation” because it is a revealing of God’s plans! God Led Bible School’s first course Prophecies of Hope will give you the keys you need to unlock Bible prophecy and understand it for yourself.
RENEW Church Growth
RENEW is a living model for a thriving church fellowship that is focused on serving its community and growing in influence wherein every member is loving Jesus, studying the Bible, and sharing their faith. It’s a goal that can only happen through the “renewing of the Holy Spirit” (Titus 3:5).
Kentucky-Tennessee Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
The Kentucky-Tennessee Conference of Seventh-day Adventists includes the state of Kentucky and west Tennessee. It includes 99 churches, 8 companies, 14 elementary schools and 2 academies. More than 16,000 members make up the Kentucky-Tennessee Conference, which employs over 750 people as pastors, teachers, administrators, and other important roles.
We are one conference of eight that comprises the Southern Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Nine such unions make up the North American Division, which is one of 13 divisions of the global Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Worldwide membership is nearing 17 million, making the Adventist church one of the fastest growing faiths since its establishment in 1863.