Prophecy of Hope Ministry

What is going on in the world today? Why do wars, terrorism, and other tragedies seem to be occurring more often and with more intensity? Will there ever be world peace? Is it possible to find happiness and contentment in life today? Does God really care about what is happening not only on a global scale, but with you personally? Can we really know and understand Bible prophecy? The truth is, we can face the future with confidence, because God has given us His inspired Word the Bible!

Join the Prophecies of Hope ministry each week for Bible study and Worship as we discuss and find answers to these questions and many more, right from God’s Word the Bible.

Mark Martin

Mark is an evangelist who has a tremendous passion for studying the Bible and sharing with others. Over the past 27 years Mark has spoken to thousands of people and has led hundreds of Bible studies individually and in homes. He presents in depth, powerful and inspiring messages from God’s Word the Bible and uses illustrations that make it easy for anyone to understand. People from many denominations and backgrounds have enjoyed Mark’s presentations. We are sure you will too!


Rick Tyler

Growing up in a large family with a strong Protestant background, Rick makes his relationship with God his first priority. His time in personal and group bible study are very important to him. Growing in relation to God, through His only begotten Son Jesus, and making everlasting friendships with other believers is his primary focus. This is evident when you listen to his sermons. Rick has a gift for presenting very informative sermons in a warm, loving and encouraging way.


Ed ShortEd truly enjoys teaching and participating in small group Bible studies. He loves studying and discovering what the Bible has to say to him personally. Ed’s passion for God’s Word is apparent in the depth of his dedication to sharing those truths. Please join us for the Prophecies of Hope Sabbath School as Ed shares what the Bible has to say, and how these Biblical principles allow us to be “in the world, but not of the world”.