top of page

Saturdays              10:00 AM

Managing for the Master

God’s counsel to His children through the wise man, Solomon, is: “Honor the Lord with your possessions, and with the firstfruits of all your increase” (Prov. 3:9, NKJV). This counsel is appropriate because “You are worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honor and power; for You created all things, and by Your will they exist and were created” (Rev. 4:11, NKJV).

 

From a merely secular perspective, we live in very challenging and stressful times. However, our Christian worldview gives us confidence and hope as we see the signs Jesus gave to let us know that the great climax of human history, the second coming of Christ, is very near — even at the door. We pray that these practical lessons will deepen your faith and trust in God and encourage you to be a faithful manager for Him.

G. Edward Reid, M.Div., MPH, JD

Study on Phone

 

Number: (301) 715-8592

Meeting ID: 731 0100 1810#.  

Please Be Mindful:

Those on the teleconference must keep their phones on mute until they want to speak, and once they've spoken to mute themselves again using *6.  Caretakers please mute your client's phone.  Thank you.  We appreciate your cooperation.

eaq_1q_2023_g._edward_reid_ (1).jpg
zoom-video-conferencing-logo-7bde38062e4

Click HERE for Zoom Conference

Meeting ID: 435 830 6486

Code: 3985

Please Be Mindful:

Those on the zoom conference must keep their mics muted until they want to speak, and once they've spoken we encourage participants to mute themselves again. If persons have dialed into the meeting we ask participants to mute themselves using *6.  Caretakers, please mute your client's computer, tablet, or phone.  Thank you.  We appreciate your cooperation.

Additional Bible Studies

Looking for content for Youth and Young Adults? Explore these options below.

screen-0.jpeg

Collegiate

The Collegiate Quarterly is written by college faculty members, students, and young adults. The quarterly is designed to offer a fresh perspective and an insightful look at the topics discussed by the adult lesson.

images.jpeg

High School

Each lesson is based on a Bible story or scriptural passage and provides questions for deeper study, discussion, and supportive texts that highlight Bible principles, helping the young learners draw lessons for application.

real-time.jpeg

Earliteens

The emphasis of this curriculum is God’s kingdom of grace, being a recruited agent (steward, citizen) of that kingdom, and the battle between it and the kingdom of evil. Being in God’s kingdom requires action—being doers and not just listeners (James 1:22) of how to live as God’s agents on this earth.

151.png

Juniors

This Bible study curriculum is based on a four-year cycle. Each year the lessons draw on Bible stories in chronological order from Genesis to Revelation. The lessons are designed for Juniors and Earliteens to incorporate in their daily Bible study.

7a054f341762152741766d8c25f0b98b.jpeg

Primary

Most lessons are story-based, some on scriptural references that teach a specific doctrine. Each story has been selected to develop one of the four dynamics of the GraceLink series: grace, worship, community, and service.

7a054f341762152741766d8c25f0b98b.jpeg

Kindergarten

Most lessons are story-based, some on scriptural references that teach a specific doctrine. Each story has been selected to develop one of the four dynamics of the GraceLink series: grace, worship, community, and service.

bottom of page