The Seventh Day Adventist Church is a Christian denomination with a long history of publications and materials that share the message of faith. Below, you will find a wide range of links to publications and materials that serve to extend the reach of the Church's mission. We invite you to explore these projects and learn more about God's Word for our time.
Launched by Adventist co-founders James and Ellen White in 1849, the Adventist Review is not only the longest-running publication in the Adventist Church but it is one of the oldest religious publications in North America. Nowadays, the Adventist Review publishes both a monthly print magazine with a paid circulation of about 30,000 and a number of innovative digital offerings including its website, a podcast and digital TV programming.
The Mission Quarterly features weekly stories of Adventists sharing the news of the love of Jesus with their friends. These accounts are an important part of the weekly Sabbath School Lesson that Adventists study during the week in anticipation of group discussion on Saturdays.
The Adventist Yearbook, available both in print and online, is full of facts and figures on entities, and on institutions established, owned, or controlled by officially recognized Seventh-day Adventist organizations. It’s a wealth of information and serves as a very useful resource for tracking the growth and development of the Adventist Church worldwide.
Seventh-day Adventist university students attending secular or other schools that aren’t Adventist, need special support. Public Campus Ministries caters to the spiritual needs of these Adventist students and publishes Around The World, a monthly newsletter. This publication serves to inform and inspire Adventist students globally, as they organize to support each other in their faith, and reach out to their fellow students.
Sabbath School Quarterlies
Beginner (Teacher and Student) SAB
The Beginner version of the quarterly and weekly Sabbath School Lesson teaches Bible lessons using material appropriate to infants and toddlers aged 0-2. It’s never too early to learn about Jesus.
Kids aged 3-4 are the target age for the Kindergarten version of the Sabbath School quarterly lesson. The activities and videos are great!
Primary (Teacher and Student)
Primary Sabbath School lessons are created for children aged 5-9. A suite of study materials including Bible story videos and special resources for teachers is available to make Bible study come alive for this age group.
Junior PowerPoints is the Sabbath School Bible Study Guide created specifically for elementary school children aged 10-14. The curriculum is based on a four-year cycle and features Bible lessons in chronological order from Genesis to Revelation.
Inverse (Formerly Collegiate Quarterly)
The Inverse Sabbath School publication caters to the needs of young adults. It is designed for young people that are interested in a deeper understanding of the Bible as well as the freedom, healing and hope to be found in Jesus.
The weekly and quarterly Sabbath School Lesson is one of the most-utilized Bible study publications in the Adventist Church. Members of all ages study it in preparation for group discussion in Sabbath School which takes place every Saturday.