Oklahoma Youth Federation was last weekend in Midwest City. It began on Friday evening at the Voice of Hope church at 7:00 p.m. and continued on Sabbath morning at the Douglas Blvd. Methodist Church at 208 S. Douglas Blvd. Speaker: Pstr Gary James

Fall Week of Prayer Revival will begin on Monday October 19th at 7:00 p.m. and continue nightly through Friday evening and a powerful conclusion during Sabbath Worship Service October 24th. Our guest speaker will be Pastor Helvius Thompson of Forth Worth, TX.

Fall Week of Prayer Revival begins October 19th at 7:00 p.m. and continue nightly through Friday evening with a powerful conclusion during Sabbath Worship Service October 24th.. Guest speaker is Pastor Helvius Thompson of Forth Worth, TX.

Women’s Ministry Day was on Sept. 12. Our guest speaker was SW Executive Union Secretary Buford Griffith. Evening presentation was by both Elder Griffith and Mrs. Carmen Griffith, South West Union WM Director.

Photos 2 Special Guest + Recorded SingerSDA Elder Ralph Ford

Healthy Marriage = Healthy Home. (Couples that pray together) = (Making God in charge of the marriage + home).

Sabbath Praise + Worship at The Voice of Hope SDA Church. Members of our Praise Teams leading out the Divine Worship.

VOH Prayer Call: All are welcomed to join our new Church Prayer Line Conference Call #: 605-475-6006 – Access Code 8950957. Daily Prayer times: 6:00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m. Evening call on Wed @ 6pm.

Coming Voice Of Hope Seventh-day Adventist Church"Through Christ, we give Hope one individual at a time."

Reading as a congregation:Bible Reading 2015 & Prophets and Kings (regarding the Old Testament) 2015. You may purchase books from the church clerk.

Visiting our Annual Ministry Fair is when you can meet Ministry Leaders, like Ms Betty Taylor who directs the Community Service Department. She helps your neighbours with clothing and food items as well as disaster relief.

Praise.Prayer Intercessory Prayerduring Divine Worship Service.

Sabbath, October 31, 2015 Early Morning Prayer Meeting.................8:00 am Sabbath School.......................................9:30 am Kingdom Business...................................10:40 am Divine Worship Service...........................11:00 am God In All 66.......................After Worship Service Sunset..........."Farewell Sabbath".............6:36 pm Sunday, November 1, 2015 Church Business Meeting....................Canceled Tuesday, November 3, 2015 Prayer Warriors Meeting..........................6:00 pm Wednesday, November 4, 2015 Noon Prayer Meeting............................12:00 pm Evening Prayer Meeting..........................7:00 pm Thursday, November 5, 2015 Community Bible Study Class..................7:00 pm Friday, November 6, 2015 Praise Team Rehearsal............................6:30 pm All Choirs Rehearsal…............................7:30 pm Sunset............."Happy Sabbath"............. 5:30pm

Voice of Hope Seventh-day Adventist ChurchA Sanctuary for Prayer

Youth Choirlifting praisesin the saunctuary.

Voice of Hope Seventh-day Adventist Church Breaking Ground Ceremony

PAST EVENTThe Voice of HopeBIBLE REVIVAL 2013 Pastor Stephen BrooksApril 13th through April 27thMini Concert & Preaching Nightly onMondays, Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 7:00pm

NOW!!! Young Adults Community Outreach Our school supply give-away. Here our youth & young adults help members of our community choose school bags and supplies.

Youth ChoirSome of the members of our Youth Choir

PathfindersThe Advent Message to All the World in My Generation


Sabbath Service with Pastor Stephen Brooks

The Voice of HopeSeventh-day AdventistMass Choir Members

Photos 1 Bible Revival Revival Nights: Pastor Stephen Brooks

March 31- April 20thAt 7pmMon, Wed, Fri. , Sat

The Voice of HopeBible Revival2012

PRAYER PAGE“Rejoice in the Lord always. Again I will say, rejoice! Let your gentleness be known to all men. The Lord is at hand. Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4: 4-7Join us in lifting petitions to our Lord.To leave your request please email us ; Attention Prayer Request atEmail; tenthstreet@live.com

September 2015__Monthly Prayer from Pastor Gregory Stinson (Voice of Hope, Prayer Line Coordinator) .... "The great God we serve is not hard of hearing that he cannot hear us,neither is his hand too short that he cannot reach us. However it is the practicing sins we willfully commit that hinders our prayers from being answered and our sins of omission has forced His hand that keep separating us from him and has hid his face from us. Let us repent and turn back to God with our whole hearts and He will always accept us back with open arms. May The Lord bless thee and keep thee the Lord make his face to shine upon thee and be gracious unto thee; the Lord lift up the light of his countenance upon thee and give the peace peace in your heart peace in your mind. In Jesus name Amen. "March 2015 - Please pray for me at my workplace for peace, decrease of confusion and lies. Protect my position and give me favor over my enemies. May God intervene for me amongst my bosses and co-workers. __ MJ, Oklahoma City. Update (April 2015): I did not loss my job and I was transferred to a better area in the building. Thank you for your prayers. **********************"Be strong and courageous. Do not fear or be in dread of them, for it is the LORD your God who goes with you. He will not leave you or foresake you."_Deuteronomy 31:6******************Jan 2015 - Please pray for my marriage. It needs to be strengthened. We need to get back to church. We need to get back to being in partnership with God. _ Anonymous for posting. Dec 2014 - Please prayer for my son. He is in emotional pain and cannot seem to find his way out. I try talking to him but it does no good. Please pray that he remembers he is not alone. That this pain will eventually pass _ Oklahoma. Update (Feb 2015): My son is doing so much better. He has been strengthened. He seeked the help he needed and no longer feels lost and depressed. He was able to get a good job and has begun to start visiting church with his friends again. Thank you for your prayers _ Oklahoma, Dec 2014 - Please prayer for my grandson. _ OKCOct 2014 - I am having orthopedic surgery this week. Please pray that all goes well and the doctors' hands are controlled by God's hands. _ Oklahoma.Update (Dec 2014): My surgery was successful and I have needed less pain medication than the doctors expected. Alleluia to Our God!Oct 2014 - Dear Church please pray that Father God will give me the mental strength and ability to go forth in my studies. Please God help me to be calm and not be stressed. Help me to be able to manage my time that I am able to put aside time for studies as well as time for family life and most importantly time for you. God YOU are ABLE and because you Are the Ruler of My Life, I know that I am able. Please pray that I am a great successful student through God. Amen._Oklahoma City. Update (Jan 2015): Thank you everyone for all of your prayers. They have helped me to remain calm and focused on my classwork.. Many unexpected school and personal issues arised and they seemed to occur one after the other, day after day. But, through it all, God stepped in and assisted me__I could clearly see the occasions when He stepped in and interceded for me. My semester is finally over and I have some rest for a while. God has helped me with a 4.0 GPA. Praises be to our Lord! Sept 2014-My father died this month after an emergency surgery. Please pray for God to send me and my family comfort, strength and peace during this time of grieving for us._Oklahoma City.Update (Dec 2014): Thank you for your prayers for strength and comfort. April 2014- Church, please pray for my daughter who is trying to stay out of an abusive relationship. Pray for her to have the strength to get through this and the comfort to know that everything will be alright_OklahomaUpdate (August 2014): Thank you for the prayers. My daughter has left this abusive relationship and is safe with my small grandchildren. Please continue to pray for the three of them as well as for her husband to seek the help he needs. Specially pray for my daughter to understand that life is not meant to be the way it has been for her during the last three years_may she get the understanding that what she has been experiencing was abuse and that is not the life that God wants us to have. He wants us to support our husbands but not in the midst of abuse. April 2014- Please pray for my sister's grand-daughter who is having health problems with her lungs. March 2014 - I am seeking prayer for a job and also for recovery from a car accident for my spouse_Oklahoma. March 2014-Please prayer for my adult son to come back to church.****************Praises......Nov 2013- Continuous praises to the Almighty Father God for all His love, mercy and strength. I am in the midst of my period of bereavement and at times would be continuously overwhelmed except for the Presence and Graciousness of Yahweh God. He is sovereign over ALL and I thank Him from every cell in my body for how He made everything work out. Even though things ended in the death of my loved one, I still see how He had blessed us with miracles and for this I will continuously Thank HIm!_KB*****************Nov 2013- I have been recovering from my addiction to drugs and will like the church to pray for me to keep on the right track. Some days are difficult and I feel like the devil is chasing me. I need to find a place to live and i need to find continued peace. Please pray for me._Olive., OKUpdate (Dec 2013): I have been blessed. There have been so many difficult days since I asked for prayer but God has gotten me through. I have continuously read my bible for comfort. At first it seemed like things were getting worst but I continued to pray and you all continued to pray for me. Then help bagan to come in the form of peace and the knowledge that I am loved by a powerful God,...then fellowship and friendships ,...then a place to call home. Thank you for being here for me. I love you Tenth Street Church. July 2013 - Please pray for my mom. Her health condition is not stable and she is battling a very grave disease. She has been in and out of hospitals. I ask for prayers of protection, comfort and healing. Thank you.February 2013 - I was fired from my job four months ago because I refused to do the un-ethical things that my boss was forcing upon me. Since then I have worked multiple part-time jobs to try and bring in enough money to take care of my young children and keep my home. I felt so desperate at times. I cried to sleep so many nights. I have had such difficult times in my life in the past and really am not one to share with others. Well I met one of your members who started praying for me and they really helped me through this difficult time. I found myself beginning to pray as well and thanking God in advance for things that had not yet revealed themselves. Well, I now have a job that is close to my home and I lenjoy the staff that I work with. I would like continued prayers to help me grow stronger in faith so that I can be a good example to my children and change my destiny to peace and joy. Please also pray that this job really works out for me. __ Oklahoma, USA.Update(June 2013): I am still at the job and able to have a comfortable life with my family. I find myself praying more because I see it work. I am less afraid now of whatever life sends my way. Thank You God. ****************************Praise Report_ Father God has helped me, through many long nights of studying through extreme exhaustion and challenging jobs, to obtain my degree. Thank you for God, I am ever grateful. Thank You for your mercy, strength and answers to exams!!...Oklahoma, USA

Musical Extravaganza"Come and delight your ears to a collection of classical and traditional arrangements, as well as, gospels, hymns and original compositions." Presented by Musical Director Andrew MarshallApril 21st 2012 ..... 5:00pmAt Tenth Street Seventh Day Adventist Church Andrew Marshall has been professionally active in music since 1996. He serves as Director of the Jamaica Choral Scholars' Festival, an annual, two-week event dedicated to the study and performance of Caribbean choral music; and also Composer-in-Residence of the Jamaica Symphony Orchestra.As a composer he has received commissions from institutions in the Caribbean and the international community, and has produced music in genres spanning classical, musical theater, and gospel.He is Assistant Professor of Music at Northern Caribbean University. He received music degrees from the Westminister Choir College of Rider University in Princeton, New Jersey, (MM) and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Northern Caribbean University in Mandeville, Jamaica.(BA) He is presently completing a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Oklahoma in Norman, OK. He is married to Samara Marshall (nee Reid) and together they have two sons, Alexander and William.

Our Purpose To Disciple

To Save

To Seek

Health MinistryMinistry Director: Mrs Kennetia Brooks (photo is a meal from one of our cooking classes that was entirely made from plant based items)Living a healthful lifeThe Seventh-day Adventist Church recognizes the autonomy of each individual and his or her God-given power of choice. Rather than mandating standards of behavior, Adventists call upon one another to live as positive examples of God’s love and care.Part of that example includes taking care of our health—we believe God calls us to care for our bodies, treating them with the respect a divine creation deserves. Gluttony and excess, even of something good, can be detrimental to our health. Adventists believe the key to wellness lies in a life of balance and temperance. Nature creates a wealth of good things that lead to vibrant health. Pure water, fresh air and sunlight—when used appropriately—promote clean, healthy lives. Exercise and avoidance of harmful substances such as tobacco, alcohol and mind-altering substances lead to clear minds and wise choices. A well-balanced vegetarian diet that avoids the consumption of meat coupled with intake of legumes, whole grains, nuts, fruits and vegetables, along with a source of vitamin B12, will promote vigorous health. Such health is a gift from a loving God who wants us to live life in its abundance. When we benefit from such love, we feel a sense of gratitude and appreciation toward our creator. Because of this, Adventists choose to praise God with joyful living.Taken from: Health_The Official Site of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church.

Past Events
WE BELIEVE...... (click here) 1. Holy Scriptures2. Trinity3. Father4. Son 5. Holy Spirit6. Creation 7. Nature of Man8. Great Controversy 9. Life, Death, and Resurrection of Christ10. Experience of Salvation11. Growing in Christ12. Church 13. Remnant and Its Mission 14. Unity in the Body of Christ15. Baptism16. Lord's Supper18. The Gift of Prophecy19. Law of God 20. Sabbath21. Stewardship 22. Christian Behavior23. Marriage and the Family24. Christ's Ministry in the Heavenly Sanctuary 25. Second Coming of Christ26. Death and Resurrection 27. Millennium and the End of Sin28. New Earth ... ..... ...

PAST EVENTVoice of HopeUnlocking Revelations Prophecy SeriesOccured in Oklahoma CityAt Tenth Street Seventh-day Adventist ChurchMarch 26th - April 16th, 2011 Decisions for Jesus Christ were made.Biblical knowledge was increased.Commitments to our Lord were renewed. Myths were dismantledThe Truth was revealed.Lives were changed forever.Check our calendar for other upcoming series.

PAST EVENT!Breast Cancer 101Presented by Susan G. Komen for the Cure. One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime.Fight the Statistics!Breast Cancer 101 will teach you the essentials of prevention and early detection. Learn how to take an active role in your breast health and how to share this critical information with your family and friends.Saturday May 12th, 3:30pmTenth Street Seventh-day Adventist ChurchSponsored by The Health Ministry

Our Physical Address:Voice of Hope Seventh-day Adventist Church1391 N. Midwest Blvd., Midwest City, OK 73110 Terrell McCoy, Interim PastorClick here for MapQuestOur Mailing Address: P.O. Box 36129, Oklahoma CityOklahoma 73136 Email Address: tenthstreet@live.com Main Tel#: 1-405-424-1847 Fax: Fax: (405) 732-0304 Pastor's Office: (405) 732-7126

Community Bible StudyDays: Every Thursday Time: 7:00pmAt The Voice of Hope Seventh Day Adventist Church(formerly Tenth Street SDA Church)

FROM THE PASTOR’S DESK If ever there was a time when sacrifices should be made, it is now. My brethren and sisters, practice economy in your homes. Put away the idols that you have placed before God. Give up your selfish pleasures. Do not, I beg of you, spend means in embellishing your houses; for your money belongs to God, and to Him you must give an account for its use. Do not use the Lord’s money to gratify the fancies of your children. Teach them that God has a claim on all they possess, and that nothing can ever cancel this claim. Money is a needed treasure. Do not lavish it upon those who need it not. Someone needs your willing gifts. There are those in the world who are hungry, starving. You may say, I cannot feed them all. But by practicing Christ’s lessons of economy, you can feed one. “Gather up the fragments that remain, that nothing be lost.” These words were spoken by Him whose power wrought a miracle to supply the needs of a hungry multitude. If you have extravagant habits, cut them away from your life at once. Unless you do this, you will be bankrupt for eternity. Habits of economy, industry, and sobriety, are a better portion for your children than a rich dowry.

International Day of Prayer followed byInternational Veggie FeastMarch 6th 2011 (Sunday)1:30pm - 4:30pmTenth Street SDA Church Contact us at the church; 405-424-7452 or email; mrskbrooks@hotmail.com
Click here for more information.

Family MinistryLeaders: Pastor & Mrs. Stephen E. Brooks (photo of Ministry leaders in an evening impromptu skit regarding family behavior )Our Purpose; The over-arching objective of Family Ministries is to strengthen the family as a discipling center. The family was established by divine creation as the fundamental human institution. It is the primary setting in which values are learned and the capacity for close relationships with God and with other human beings is developed. Family Ministries is a ministry of grace which acknowledges as normative the biblical teachings relating to the family and holds high God's ideals for family living. At the same time, it brings an understanding of the brokenness experienced by individuals and families in a fallen world. Thus Family Ministries seeks to enable families to stretch toward divine ideals, while at the same time ever extending the good news of God's saving grace and the promise of growth possible through the indwelling Spirit. Family Ministries focuses on people in relationship. It is concerned with the needs of married couples, parents and children, the family needs of singles and all members of the wider family circle as they pass through life's predictable stages and contend with unexpected changes in their lives. Family Ministries reinforces and encourages wholesome families. It helps individuals build and maintain strong family relationships because it recognizes that healthy Christian families make strong members for the kingdom of God and present a winsome witness to the community around them. Family Ministries promotes understanding, acceptance, and love within the family and in the larger family of God and fosters the reconciliation and healing between the generations promised in the Elijah message of Malachi 4:5, 6. It extends hope and support to those who have been injured and hurt by abuse, family dysfunction, and broken relationships. Family Ministries fosters competence in a variety of interpersonal skills needed in relationships. It provides growth opportunities through family life education and enrichment. It encourages individuals, married couples, and families to avail themselves of professional counseling when necessary.Ministry's Theology; 1. God is a relational being who has made human beings for relationships (Gen. 1:26-28; 2:18; Eph. 1:4-6; Rev. 4:11). God often reveals Himself to us in family terms. From Him we learn of marriage (Is. 54:5) and the parent-child relationship (Deut. 1:31; John 20:17). 2. The family was instituted by the Creator as His primary setting for human development and nurturance (Gen. 2:18-25; Ps. 68:5, 6). Since family is the primary place where the capacity for love and intimacy with God and other human beings is developed and where spiritual values are transmitted across generations, it is central to the disciple making process. 3. The image of God is expressed in human beings as male and female. The Creator's act of bringing the two together as equals in a monogamous, heterosexual union established the pattern for marriage. This union provides for companionship, fulfillment and the perpetuation of the human family (Gen. 1:26-28; 2:18, 21-25). The relationship of the sexes in marriage has been distorted by sin (Gen. 3:16), but redeemed by Christ (Matt. 20:26, 27; Eph. 5:21-31). Christ makes a difference in the marriage of Christians. A mutuality prevails that restores the Edenic ideal. Husbands and wives are "heirs together of the grace of life" (1 Peter 3:7). 4. Despite the high biblical ideals for marriage and the divine power that is available to enable marital commitment to endure, some individuals will not survive in marriage. Some will commit adultery in taking another partner (Mark 10:11, 12). Despite the heartbreak, loss, disruption and long term consequences of divorce, within the context of redemption divorce and marriage to another that may follow are not viewed as unpardonable sins beyond which there is no spiritual life and fellowship. Through repentance, confession, and the appropriate bearing of responsibility, grace can bring assurance of pardon, healing and new beginnings (1 John 1:9; 2:1). 5. While marriage is God's general plan, singleness is within the divine design as well. It may be in the best interest of certain individual Christians to live singly (1 Cor. 7:7). God's special acceptance and protection are over those who by choice or circumstances face life alone (Ps. 68:5, 6; Jas. 1:27). Friendship is a source of intimacy and of experiencing family. The fellowship of the Church, the household of God, is available to all regardless of their married state (1 John 1:3). 6. Sexual intimacy is reserved for marriage (1 Cor. 7:2-6). Expression outside of marriage is contrary to the divine purpose (Gen. 2:24; Prov. 5:1-18; 1 Cor. 6:15, 16). Sexuality serves a unitive function in marriage which is distinguishable from the procreative function. Joy, pleasure and delight are intended for married sexuality (Ecc. 9:9; Prov. 5:18, 19; Song of Songs 4:16-5:1). God intends that couples have on-going sexual communion apart from that utilized for procreation (1 Cor. 7:3-5). This strengthens and protects marriage from inappropriate bonding with one other than one's spouse (Prov. 5:15-20; Song of Songs 8:6, 7). 7. Bearing children is an option through which couples who are able and choose to do so participate in the blessing God intended children to be (Ps. 127:3-5). While marriages generally yield offspring (Gen. 1:28), procreation is not viewed as an obligation incumbent upon every couple in order to please God. God values children (Matt. 19:14). Children help parents understand about loving and trusting God (Ps. 103:13). They encourage the development of sympathy, caring, humility, and unselfishness in families (Ps. 127:3-5; Lk. 11:13). Parents are to provide, teach, and correct their children so they may come to know God, choose biblical values and be prepared for responsible interdependence with others (Deut. 6:6-25; Prov. 22:6). 8. God's covenant love with His people is the basic principle of family life. In God's covenant we experience love, forgiveness, commitment, acceptance, intimacy, and even sacrifice, that our deepest needs might be met. As we reflect the gospel in our families, our relationships with each other are fashioned after the likeness of the divine relationship with humanity. Christian family members are called to love, to serve one another, and to forgive just as He loves, serves and forgives us. Strength and grace from God are promised to accomplish that to which God calls us (Jer. 31:31-34; Matt. 20:26-28; Eph. 4:32; Heb. 8:10-12; 1 John 3:16). 9. Broken relationships with God and with fellow humans were the tragic outcome of the Fall (Is. 59:2). Jesus' mission restored agape-love relationships (Matt. 22:37-40; John 13:35; 15:12). His Church is an ongoing extension of His work in restoring broken relationships. The Church will incorporate into its evangelistic mission the sound of God's healing voice in the midst of human tragedy and brokenness (John 10:10; 20:21; Gal. 6:2; James 5:15). Retrieved from; www.adventistfamilyministry.org

Men's MinistryLeader: Mr. Edmond FosterAssistant: Mr. John Graves“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in Him –so- that you mayoverflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.” (Romans 15:13)“I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord.Plans to prosper you and not to harm you,Plans to give you hope and a future.Then you will call upon me and come and pray to me and I will listen to you.You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.I will be found by you, declares the Lord.” (Jeremiah 29:11-14a)“I’M DEPENDING ON YOU GOD; YOU’RE EVERYTHING I NEED.WHAT’S MORE MY HEART BRIMS WITH JOY SINCE I’VE TAKEN FOR MY OWN YOUR HOLY NAME.LOVE ME, GOD, WITH ALL YOU’VE GOT…THAT’S WHAT I’M DEPENDING ON.”(PSALMS 33:20-22)“Though you have made me see troubles, many and bitter,You will restore my life again. From the depths of the earthYou will again bring me up.You will increase my honor and comfort me once again.” (Psalm 71:20,21)“Whom have I in heaven but You, O Lord?And being with You, I desire nothing on earth.My flesh and my heart may fail, but,God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.” (Psalm 73:25,26)“How precious to me are Your thoughts, O God!How vast is the sum of them!If I should count them, they would outnumber the grains of sand.When I awake, I am still with You.” (Psalm 139:17)“This is what I seek, O Lord; That I may dwell in your house all the days of my life.To gaze upon Your majesty and praise You in Your Holy Temple.” (Psalm 27:4)“Show me your ways, O lord, teach me your paths;guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are my savior, andmy hope is in you all day long.” (Psalm 25:4,5)“Teach me Your way, O Lord, and I will walk in your truth;Give me an undivided heart, that I may fear Your name.I will praise you, O Lord my God, with all my heart:I will glorify Your Name forever. For great is Your love toward me. (Psalm 86:11-13a)I will praise You, O Lord my God, with all my heart;I will glorify Your name forever. For great is You love towardmeYou have delivered my soul from the depths of the grave. (Psalm86:12,13)

Our Mission Statement: "Through Christ, we give Hope one individual at a time” Our Physical Address: 1391 N. Midwest Blvd., Midwest City, OK 73110 Click on the arrow at the left & then play, ... or browse left and right below. Click on any of the links above to see present and upcoming events.In the Name of Jesus Christwe have the victory! Welcome to Our Church. Welcome to Our Website.

AYS (Adventist Youth Society)Leader: Ms Crystal MohamedAssistants: Ms Michele Keys Mr Delbert Vick Sr.The youth of 10th St SDA church have many opportunities to become involved in activities of fellowship, christian growth, and fun, to name a few. Under the direction of Zack Dickerson, the youth choir has been one area where they enjoy blessing us all with their talent of song.They have travelled to Texas and Tulsa OK, sharing their expressions of glorifying God with other churches.

Children's MinistryMinistry Director: Mrs Rose Graves(photo of Ministry leader during Sabbath School)Parents to Understand Their Responsibility._ The father and the mother should be the first teachers of their children.Fathers and mothers need to understand their responsibility. The world is full of snares for the feet of the young. Multitudes are attracted by a life of selfish and sensual pleasure. They cannot discern the hidden dangers or the fearful ending of the path that seems to them the way of happiness. through the indulgence of appetite and passion, their energies are wasted, and millions are ruined for this world and for the world to come. Parents should remember that their children must encounter these temptations. Even before the birth of the child, the preparation should begin that will enable it to fight successfully the battle against evil. More than human wisdom is needed by parents at every step, that they may understand how best to educate their children for a useful, happy life here, and for higher service and greater joy hereafter. Education Begins With the Infant._ The word "education" means more than a course of study at a college. Education begins with the infant in its mother's arms. While the mother is molding and fashioning the character of her children, she is education them.Parents send their children to school; and when they have done this, they think they have educated them. but education is a matter of greater breadth than many realize; it comprises the whole process by which the child is instructed from babyhood to childhood, from childhood to youth, and from youth to manhood. As soon as a child is capable of forming an idea, his education should begin.Ellen White. Child Guidance. Pgs 17, 26.

Tenth Street Seventh-day Adventist Church

Voice of HopeSeventh-day Adventist Church(formerly Tenth Street SDA)

Sabbath Sch @ 9:30a & Worship Svc @11a...Prayer Mtg-Wed @12p + 7p...Prayer Line: 605-475-6006 – Access #8950957 @ 6a + 7p (6p Wed)