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B.I.B.L.E. (Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth)

God has given us directions for the twenty-first century. The most important directions in life involve getting from earth to heaven.

The most important appointment in life is to be ready to meet Christ when He returns. There is no second chance on eternity. To miss an eternity with Christ is to miss life’s most important appointment. Yet multitudes have taken wrong “religious directions.” They are helplessly lost on the road of life. With no “religious” map to guide them, they are confused. They have searched for truth on their own but have come up empty. They have listened to misguided voices, and their desperate search has led nowhere. They are on the wrong road, and they know it.

Where can we find a reliable map? Are there directions to guide us confidently through the twenty-first century?

There are. The Bible provides clear information. It presents understandable answers to the deepest questions of the human heart.

Questions such as:

  • How can I be certain of eternal life?
  • If God is so good, why is the world such a mess?
  • How can I have peace of mind?
  • How can I become the person I really want to be?
  • What happens five minutes after death?
  • What is the ultimate solution to stress?
  • Are we living at the end of human history?
  • How will the world end?

Bible Studies

If you have never studied the Bible before, you are in for a rich reward. God’s Word will give you encouragement and hope as you search for life’s deepest meaning. If you are an experienced Bible student, the lessons we will cover will lead you deeper into the truths of God’s Word. It all begins today, with you having a willingness to search out the Bible to get the answers. The bible is the GPS we need to get on the right track to our destination.

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"All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: that the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works."