Here We Stand: Luther, the Reformation, and Seventh-day Adventism
Here We Stand: Luther, the Reformation, and Seventh-day Adventism
By Michael W. Campbell and Nickolaus Satelmajer

Although separated in time by centuries, Seventh-day Adventists see themselves as heirs of the Protestant Reformation started by Martin Luther 500 years ago. This volume explores the various facets and contours of Luther and compares them with Seventh-day Adventism. 
Stewardship: Motives of the Heart (Bible Book Shelf 1Q 2018)
Stewardship: Motives of the Heart (Bible Book Shelf 1Q 2018)
By John Mathews

Do we know what our purpose is? Author John Mathews believes the answer may be found in a topic that some might find boring or irrelevant—stewardship.
Stewardship: Motives of the Heart (Ellen G. White Notes 1Q 2018)
Stewardship: Motives of the Heart (Ellen G. White Notes 1Q 2018)
By Ellen G. White

A study aid to the Adult Bible Study Guide 1Q 2018; Stewardship.
Stewardship: Motives of the Heart Bible Study Guide 1Q 2018
Stewardship: Motives of the Heart Bible Study Guide 1Q 2018
By John Mathews

The topic of study for this quarter is Stewardship.
Words to Live By 2018 Adult Devotional
Words to Live By 2018 Adult Devotional
By Jack J. Blanco

Filled with hundreds of Bible promises, this daily devotional provides rich insights and provokes thoughtful questions that will enhance time spent in God’s Word.
Those Were the Days
Those Were the Days
By Merikay McLeod

Merikay McLeod’s writing career began to crystalize during her junior year of academy—the year at Grand Ledge Academy upon which she bases this book. 
Notes of Joy  Woman's Devotional 2018
Notes of Joy Woman's Devotional 2018
By Carolyn Rathbun Sutton

This daily devotional book for women shares that lasting joy is only found through Christ and through the avenues He provides for us—families, friendships, mentors, creation, and yes, even challenges and trials. Listen to His Notes of Joy today.
After God's Heart
After God's Heart
By Elizabeth Talbot

Join the author in exploring how a man like David—who was definitely human, definitely a sinner, definitely broken—could be viewed by an all-knowing God as a man after His own heart.