Prayer Meetings (Apr-Jun) & The Great Controversy Project

Prayer Meetings and Study Groups are encouraged to study and share The Great Controversy during 2012. Prayer Meeting at Richardson Seventh-day Adventist Church is on Wednesdays from 7 to 8pm. All are invited. Come as you are.

Here is a list of the chapters being discussed/studied for April to June 2012. Click on the link to read the chapter online. 



Chapter/Page in Original Book

Apr 4

The Pilgrim Fathers


Apr 11

Heralds of the Morning


Apr 18

An American Reformer, Pt. 1


Apr 25

An American Reformer, Pt. 2


May 2

Light Through Darkness


May 9

[ Meetings]

May 16

A Great Religious Awakening


May 23

A Warning Rejected


May 30



Jun 6

Prophecies Fulfilled


Jun 13

What is the Sanctuary?


Jun 20

In the Holy of Holies


Jun 27




The Great Controversy Project-

Read It! Share It!

The Great Controversy is a book that gives a Bible-based outline of church history and Bible prophecy stretching from the Fall of Jerusalem in 70 AD to the final events of earth and beyond.

Since it was written in the 1800s it has been published in many languages and titles, including the recent four-part series- 1) God’s Holy Word: Is it still worth dying for? 2) America in Prophecy: The Beginning of the End 3) Cracking the Code: Behind Enemy Lines 4) The World Out of Control.

Read or listen to it online at

Share it with friends. You can purchase copies at or Call 800-423-1319 for large quantity pricing.

About danserns

Happily married and father of three great kids. Seventh-day Adventist pastor who invites everyone to accept Jesus as their Savior and Lord, embrace all the teachings of the Bible and join a vibrant Adventist group.
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