A Trip Into the Supernatural
A Trip Into the Supernatural
By Roger Morneau

The author of the best-selling Incredible Answers to Prayer tells the story of his divine rescue from the terrifying world of Satanism.
A Home For Su-lan
A Home For Su-lan
By Margaret Rossiter Thiele

You may cry in some places. And you may laugh in others. But you’ll agree with Su-lan that “God have purpose for you; God have purpose for me”.
A. T. Jones: Point Man on Adventism's Charismatic Frontier
A. T. Jones: Point Man on Adventism's Charismatic Frontier
By George R. Knight

Embroiled in controversy nearly his entire ministry, Jones was one of the most fascinating personalities ever to grace a Seventh-day Adventist pulpit. This brilliantly researched biography reveals a man so powerful and charismatic that his fall seems incomprehensible yet somehow inevitable.
Abandoned In Collegedale
Abandoned In Collegedale
By Helen Godfrey Pyke

The characters in the fragile and tangled world that is college life compel us to look at the ultimate reality: the internal spiritual conflict. Can Graydon avoid the self-pity, self-indulgence, self-absorption, and self-righteousness of the family and friends dearest to him? 
Adventist Maverick
Adventist Maverick
By Woodrow W. Whidden II

This book is a collection of writings that give a great overview of Dr. George R. Knight's many outstanding contibutions to the Seventh-day Adventist church. 
Against All Odds
Against All Odds
By Kari Paulsen

Against All Odds is hard to put down . . . My prayer is that everyone will read it! Janet Page, associate secretary for Pastoral Spouses and Families, and Prayer, Ministerial Association, Seventh-day Adventist world church
Aim High
Aim High
By Terry Lyndon Johnsson

The thrilling story of an unlikely member of the President’s honor guard who proved that all things are possible with God.
Alaskan Adventure
Alaskan Adventure
By Eleanor I. Jackson

Alaska has not been called “Seward’s Icebox” for nothing. Ruggedly beautiful, but intensely cold in winter, it is not a paradise for ordinary people. But Mac and Eleanor Jackson were not ordinary people. 
Alice Princess
Alice Princess
By Alice Princess Msumba Siwundhla

This is the beloved story of Alice Princess, a little African girl who lived in a mud hut near Lake Malawi, and how her life was changed by the power of our church's mission program to share the love of God. 
Ambassador for Liberty
Ambassador for Liberty
By Bert B. Beach

If you’ve never heard of Bert B. Beach, you’re not alone! This Seventh-day Adventist “statesman,” as some have called him, is probably better known by other churches’ world or national leaders than by the members of his own denomination. So who is this man?
Amy Carmichael
Amy Carmichael
By Fern Neal Stocker

Born in north Ireland of relatively well-to-do parents, Amy had a rebel streak that soon became apparent in her behavior. But when she yielded her life to God, her life became one of dedicated service for others. 
Ana Stahl of the Andes and Amazon
Ana Stahl of the Andes and Amazon
By Barbara Westphal

Ana Stahl of the Andes and Amazon is about the quiet, slender woman who stood beside Fernando A. Stahl, missionary to the Indians, and carried a pretty blue parasol. Ana was his wife, his confidante, his companion, his prayer warrior, his encouragement, his strength.
As It Was on Pa's Farm
As It Was on Pa's Farm
By Mary Farley Willis

This is a warm, tender story of real people experiencing love and different beliefs, and facing the concern of being “unequally yoked together.” 
As The Stars Forever
As The Stars Forever
By Hazel McElhany Greer

The thrilling story of a nineteen-year-old Jewish girl, Emilie, who endured years of persecution because of her conversion and baptism into the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Backstage Pass
Backstage Pass
By Naomi Striemer

Backstage Pass is the true story of an up-and-coming recording artist who left everything to follow Christ. The author demonstrates how a persistent God and an angel encounter changed a young musicians life and challenges readers to follow God’s leading without reservation.
Battered to Blessed
Battered to Blessed
By Brenda Walsh with Kay D. Rizzo

Known to thousands of 3ABN viewers as "Miss Brenda," the singing, cooking, and smiling children's program host remembers a time when smiling wasn't easy.
Beautiful in His Time
Beautiful in His Time
By Sandra Vincent

Read this touching story to discover how, “in His time,” God answered the prayers of a desperate woman and the needs of a troubled child.
Behind Barbed Wire
Behind Barbed Wire
By Vinnie Ruffo

This is the story of John and Olga Oss, missionaries in China, when the enemy occupied Shanghai during World War II and they were confined to prison camp for thirty-one months.
Beloved Enemy
Beloved Enemy
By Elly Economou

Beloved Enemy is the true story of Elly Economou. She lived in the seaport city of Thessalonica with her father and mother. Horrors of war and the witness of a Christian couple combine to create this true story of intervening providence. 
The Bishop
The Bishop
By Horace J. Shaw

This is the story of A. A. Leiske and the unique telecast The American Religious Town Hall Meeting.
Broken Stick
Broken Stick
By Eileen E. Lantry

Norman wasn’t afraid to die, and he wasn’t afraid to live, either. In 1927, fully aware of the dangers awaiting them, he and his wife, Ruby, sailed to the Solomon Islands only a year and a half after their marriage. Daunting trials and challenges would follow, but so would profound spiritual victories and miraculous answers to prayer.
C. D.: The Man Behind the Message
C. D.: The Man Behind the Message
By Benjamin Baker

In this book you catch a rare glimpse into the personal trials and triumphs of this modern apostle. From humble roots in the rural South at the beginning of the Great Depression to the Internet age in which his sermons are some of the most downloaded items online, C. D.: The Man Behind the Message is as riveting as a sermon from the man himself, and just like his preaching, it will lead you to recommit your life to Jesus Christ.
Called To Serve
Called To Serve
By Kenneth Cox

This book is about the amazing grace and mercy of God-and a man whose heart beats with compassion for sinners.  As you read about the life of evangelist Kenneth Cox, you'll be amazed how God took his life's darkest moments and turned them into his most precious assets.
Cancer At 3 A.M.
Cancer At 3 A.M.
By Helen Godfrey Pyke

Helen Godfrey Pyke's journal gives us a rare glimpse into what it's like to have breast cancer. She shares how cancer shaped her view of life and her walk with God. And with humor and insight she addresses many of the things women need to talk about but often don't.
Cell 350
Cell 350
By Francisco Varela Gorga

This is the true story of a young criminal’s encounter with Christ while serving time in prison.
Chains in China
Chains in China
By Bradley Booth

Chains in China illustrates the nightmare of tribulation God’s people have often endured for the cause of Christ. It is a chronicle of relentless devotion and a tribute to the faithfulness of a God whose love never lets go. Chen knows this firsthand, for were it not for the miracle God performed to save his life, he would have died in Wu Xi Prison.
Charmed by Darkness
Charmed by Darkness
By Roger Morneau

Charmed By Darkness is the full account of Roger Morneau’s miraculous deliverance from Satan’s altar to God’s mercy seat.
China Doctor
China Doctor
By Raymond S. Moore

This is the life story of Harry Willis Miller, great American medical missionary to China. 
China Nurse
China Nurse
By Mary S. Ogle

When Elisabeth Redelstein was small, she wanted to be a nun. But time and conversion to the Seventh-day Adventist church changed her dream. Instead of a habit she wore a nurse’s uniform. Instead of a German convent she lived and worked on three continents, moving easily among the poor as well as the mighty. 
Clever Queen
Clever Queen
By Eric B. Hare

This classic story recounts tales of the jungle and of devil worshipers, including a young girl known as Clever Queen. When she is only a baby, Clever Queen is sold for two bags of rice. Sick and in need of a doctor, she is taken by her new mother to the God worshipers Dispensary where she eventually finds help and healing.
Congressman Jerry L. Pettis: His Story
Congressman Jerry L. Pettis: His Story
By Miriam Wood

Even the final tragedy that brought Jerry’s life to an untimely end carried with it an aura of nobility—but you will have to read about it all. Miram Wood, a classmate of Jerry’s at Pacific Union College, traces the dynamics and the milestones of one of the outstanding men of our times—Jerry Pettis, congressman. 
Crescendo
Crescendo
By Jaime Jorge

Since Jaime’s first book No More Broken Strings was published in 2002, his life has been a roller coaster of highs and lows. At first everything seemed to go just right: the mysterious illness disappeared, his musical ministry grew and took him all over the world, he was surrounded by family and friends. Life was perfect. Until it all began to fall apart. 
Crimson Coats & Kimonos
Crimson Coats & Kimonos
By Herbert Ford

Here Herbert Ford, author of the best seller “Flee the Captor”, records another chapter in the continuing story of what devoted men and women can do when their weakness is united to God’s might. 
Daughter of Son-Light
Daughter of Son-Light
By Janet L. Kangas and Elisabeth S. McFadden

Daughter of Son-Light is the story of the miracles in Maria’s life as a Seventh-day Adventist Christian: How Jesus Christ, Son of God, Light of the world (Son-Light) guided her into a saving ministry for thousands of people. 
Del Delker
Del Delker
By Ken Wade

Accepting the call to come to the Voice of Prophecy to sing for the Master was a life-changing decision. And for the past fifty-five years I’ve traveled all over the world representing the Voice of Prophecy—and most importantly, the Lord!
Deliverance
Deliverance
By Alla Czerkasij

Haunting and inspiring, this is the true story of a girl who, amid the soul-ravaging horrors of war, came to know the God of hope and deliverance.  
Desert Track and Jungle Trail
Desert Track and Jungle Trail
By Virgil Robinson

With irrepressible zeal and love for the people of Africa, William Harrison Anderson set out in 1895, with his wife, Nora, and two other missionaries on what would become the journey of a lifetime.
Desmond Doss: Conscientious Objector
Desmond Doss: Conscientious Objector
By Frances Doss

From an accident-prone childhood to World War II gallantry, the tragic loss of his first wife, Dorothy, and his battles with deafness and cancer, Desmond Doss has lived a life of unsurpassed devotion. Devotion to his country, his convictions, and his God.
Determined!
Determined!
By Mabel Latsha

In this book you will find how God directed the lives of two strangers through a chance encounter and changed their lives forever.  
Doctor, Doctor
Doctor, Doctor
By Helen Godfrey Pyke

In her efforts to make him successful, Maggie had banished from John’s life the one thing that would make him happy. 
Don't Look Down
Don't Look Down
By Richard H. Utt

This is the stirring story, not of a person, but of what a person accomplished in his 23 short years of life because he took for his motto “Once you start climbing, don’t look down,” and for his aim: “Higher than the highest human thought can reach is God’s ideal for His children.”
Dragon Tales
Dragon Tales
By Celia R. Brines

The Chinese are among the finest people on earth. While their heritage and customs differ from ours, their hearts are the same. In Dragon Tales, author Celia R. Brines remembers her work with the women in China, and celebrates the true stories of women she found to be loyal, appreciative, and self-sacrificing.
E. J. Waggoner: From the Physician of Good News to Agent of Division
E. J. Waggoner: From the Physician of Good News to Agent of Division
By Woodrow W. Whidden II

Ellet Joseph Waggoner—his very name resonates with controversy. But who was E. J. Waggoner, the man? Find out in this enthralling biography of this Adventist pioneer.
The Eagle of Benjamin
The Eagle of Benjamin
By Arthur W. Spalding

From the pen of one of Adventism’s best-loved storytellers comes the dramatic biblical saga of Jonathan: fearless warrior, prince of Israel, friend of David, faithful follower of God. Originally published in 1908, The Eagle of Benjamin is a daring approach to sharing the message of a Bible story in word-pictures that captivate the reader.
Elsa, Sweet Singer of Finland
Elsa, Sweet Singer of Finland
By Elsa Luukkanen

There is a living, miracle-performing God who cares for every human being, and of this Elsa witnesses in this stirring story. 
Ending the Pain
Ending the Pain
By Lindsey Gendke

In Ending the Pain, Lindsey Gendke examines some of the tough questions most of us don’t ask out loud. She addresses the lies that are whispered and believed by too many hearts and minds, by good Christians, in good Christian homes.  
Escape From the Flames
Escape From the Flames
By Alden Thompson

Sometimes labeled as controversial but always known as an honest seeker of truth, scholar and author Alden Thompson shares how Ellen White escaped a fearful view of God and discovered joy in the Lord.
Feed Me Well, Ilona
Feed Me Well, Ilona
By Goldie Down

This is the true story of a Hungarian couple, of war, terror, peace, and love. 
Finding Waldo
Finding Waldo
By Ken Smith and David Smith

From “Little Rascal” to Adventist Pastor. Finding Waldo is the inspiring story of Seventh-day Adventist pastor and missionary Ken Smith and the gracious pursuit of the Holy Spirit.
Flight 122
Flight 122
By Barry A. Mosier

The Mosier family’s dramatic escape from the flames on April 15, 2008 caught the attention of the entire world. But walking away from this life threatening plane crash is only part of their incredible story.
For the Love of  China
For the Love of China
By Herbert Ford

In war-ravaged China, American missionary Denton Rebok dodges bombs, bullets, and bandits to become one of the all-time great "China hands." Wielding a combination of Oriental psychology, bravado, faith, know-how and above all else a love of China, he sees his dream of practical Christian education for Chinese young people come true and watches with horror as the flames of war threaten to consume it.
Four on the Edge
Four on the Edge
By Heidi Borrink

This true-to-life story of friends, parents, sports, sex, drugs, responsibility, and God could be the story of someone you know . . . or it could be yours.
Frau Luther
Frau Luther
By Yvonne Davy

If Katharina von Bora had been content to count her beads, do penance for her sins, and close her mind to the truths of the Bible, she would have lived and died in the obscurity of the Convent. But because she followed where God led, she became the first lady of the evangelical Reformation, the wife of the great Dr. Martin Luther, and the mother of a fine family.
From Rock to Rock of Ages
From Rock to Rock of Ages
By Dan P. Casson

After his baptism, Dan decided to serve his new Master as a literature evangelist. Read here the fascinating account of Dan’s journey from rock to the Rock of Ages. 
Funky
Funky
By Barbara Herrera

An incredible but true story of the struggles of a college athlete, paralyzed in an accident, to find hope, faith in God, and a life of service to others. 
George Mueller: Champion of Orphans
George Mueller: Champion of Orphans
By Fern Neal Stocker

George Mueller died on March 10, 1898. at the age of 92. But not until he changed the lives of countless orphans in England and many others who knew him. He truly is a champion of orphans and, this book will inspire you to follow God’s leading in everything you do. 
The Glory of the Vision Book One
The Glory of the Vision Book One
By Richard A. Schaefer

When God presented the instruction to establish a medical school, Adventist leaders such as Ellen White knew what they had to do, but the road to success was anything but smooth.
God Never Slept
God Never Slept
By Sharon Simonsen

Your marriage, your whole life can be changed from the humdrum to an exciting relationship not only with your mate but with your God. Sharon and Alan Simonsen found this out. This is their story. 
God Set the Sails
God Set the Sails
By Sadie Engen

Joseph spent a lot of his time daydreaming about becoming a sailer. He did--even a sea captain--but God had even greater plans for him. He is remembered in Adventist history as being a trailblazer for God. 
God's Beloved Rebel
God's Beloved Rebel
By Elisabeth S. McFadden and Natelkka E. Burrell

As Natelkka tells her story you'll probably recognize experiences and situations that have been common to you, especially God's continued love, even when one is rebellious. 
Good People Get Burned Too
Good People Get Burned Too
By Eileen E. Lantry

Few of us have experienced the rejection and alienation experienced by Rose Lee, a Chinese girl who was born in Singapore and later came to America with her husband and children. The story of her life shows that even those who love and serve God get hurt like those who do not, yet these experiences can be stepping-stones to successful Christian living.
Gospel Anchors Aweigh!
Gospel Anchors Aweigh!
By Ray A. Matthews

Gospel Anchors Aweigh! is a book about early Adventists in Newfoundland. 
A Great Song
A Great Song
By Ursula Weigert

This is the story of a boy who fell madly in love with classical music at the age of twelve, practicing enthusiastically—first his violin and later the organ.
Green Ink
Green Ink
By Donna June Taylor

Green Ink offers a glimpse into one school year in the life of high-spirited Laura, who finds her valued friendship with popular Sylvia continually frustrated by overly sensitive Anita’s anxious craving for love and attention. 
Growing Up With David Livingstone
Growing Up With David Livingstone
By Fern Neal Stocker

You've read stories about Livingstone's fame as a missionary. Growing Up With David Livingstone takes you behind the scenes and shows you what made the Scottish lad into the famous naturalist, explorer, and missionary for Christ that the world has come to know and revere. 
Hannah
Hannah
By Robert L. Osmunson

Oklahoma girl Hannah Kraft struggled during the Great Depression and faces seemingly insurmountable challenges in life. Her indomitable determination, faith in God, and zest and zeal for life inspired many as she taught school—elementary through college—despite tragedies which would rival Job's.
He Chose to Listen
He Chose to Listen
By Eileen E. Lantry

Read this story and you’ll learn how S. N. Haskell, a trailblazer for God, chose to listen. But you’ll hurt for the student who would not listen and heed God’s messages.
He Lives
He Lives
By Heather Guttschuss

We hear much these days about miracles wrought by the spirits of devils. But what about God? Does He ever perform miracles? This book answers the question. 
He Never Doubted: The Story of William A. Spicer
He Never Doubted: The Story of William A. Spicer
By Sadie Engen

William A. Spicer witnessed the growth of the Seventh-day Adventist church from a membership of 4,000 to 700,000, much of it due to his own life and labor in service for others. This is his story.
The Heart and Soul of Landon Harris
The Heart and Soul of Landon Harris
By Helen Godfrey Pyke

Landon Harris is just about to divorce his second wife and lose Ryan—a stepson that he and his own son Robbie love and can’t imagine living without. So when the unexpected opportunity arises to adopt the boy, Landon jumps at the chance. 
Heart Cry
Heart Cry
By Dorothea and Spencer Burrows

A courageous young woman’s struggle for life against staggering odds. A true story of open heart surgery, sudden stroke, and rehabilitation: of modern hospitals and skilled physicians: of doubt and faith: of trial and trouble and triumph. 
A Heart of Flesh
A Heart of Flesh
By La Vonne Neff

 A Heart of Flesh tells of God’s loving kindness. It shows how He gently takes a human being right where she is and step by step lifts her out of the mire of self-degradation and makes her His very own daughter.
Herald of the Midnight Cry
Herald of the Midnight Cry
By Paul A. Gordon

Here is the story of William Miller,─the herald of the midnight cry─, and the Great Disappointment of 1844.
Here I am, Lord - Send Someone Else
Here I am, Lord - Send Someone Else
By Curt Dewitt

You’ll read about adventures that never should have happened had he had his way. But, he followed God despite what he thought and ended up living a life he never expected.
Heroes of the Reformation
Heroes of the Reformation
By Gideon D. Hagstotz, Hilda B. Hagstotz

This book gives a comprehensive picture of the leaders of the Reformation who arose in every part of Europe. Here were heroes of the cross, who were willing to suffer persecution and death in order that the faith they held dear might be kindled in a thousand other lives. 
Heroes Take Wings
Heroes Take Wings
By Charles L. Paddock

Heroes Take Wings is a collection of stories about people who made a difference in the world, despite their imperfect circumstances. An inspiring glimpse into the lives of men and women of achievement.
Honestly, I'm Struggling
Honestly, I'm Struggling
By Heather Bohlender

Cambodia was the last place Heather wanted to be—once she finally got there. Follow this student missionary as she struggles with cultural barriers, her own expectations, and finding, knowing, and trusting God.
The Hunted
The Hunted
By Dorothy Aitken

For years as the Vietnam War had raged, Ung and his family in Cambodia felt safe and secure in the knowledge that their country was neutral and no war would come to them. Then the bombing began. 
Hurue: A Boy of the South Seas
Hurue: A Boy of the South Seas
By Adelaide D. Wellman

This is the story of a boy named Hurue and the remote South Sea island he called home. 
I Changed Gods
I Changed Gods
By Maria A. Hirschmann

The story of a girl raised in a Christian home who faces the question of whether or not a modern Nazi can pray without violating her code of living. She chooses to change gods and worship Hitler but God remained close during chaotic, post-war Germany. Ultimately, He saves her life and shows that He really does exist and care.
I Heard Singing
I Heard Singing
By Molly Rankin

Follow Angawon and her family through the pain and joy of change and find that larger, more fulfilling life Christianity brought to them. 
I Was A Catholic Priest
I Was A Catholic Priest
By Ernest Pierre Delaporte

I Was a Catholic Priest is the true odyssey of one man seeking peace and not stopping until he has found it.
Imprison Him!
Imprison Him!
By Miriam Wood

In this book Antonio Silva recounts more than a story; it is a tremendous challenge. Its impact and relevance will inspire and challenge you long after you finish the book. It will make you tremendously thankful for every freedom and convenience you daily enjoy. 
The Indomitable Gertrude Green
The Indomitable Gertrude Green
By Max W. Hammonds

Gertrude Green was stubborn, willful, tenacious, and exactly who God needed her to be.  She was called to China and endured difficult times in her mission there, but she had the faith to know that God would be with her through it all, World Wars and all.
Island of Tears
Island of Tears
By Herbert Ford

Because of this passion and his own love for God, Tay pioneered Seventh-day Adventism on Pitcairn Island and throughout the islands of the South Pacific. This is the story of John Tay and the island he loved. 
Jack: An Incredible Life
Jack: An Incredible Life
By Jolena Taylor King

Katie's friendship with Frederick blossomed into love. Then one day he disappeared, leaving this 18-year-old German immigrant to raise the baby she was expecting. This story of hardship and loneliness, of war and long years of separation from his beloved mother, is also the story of Jack Blanco, author of The Clear Wordparaphrase of the Bible.
James White: Innovator and Overcomer
James White: Innovator and Overcomer
By Gerald Wheeler

In this new biography of one of the church's founders, Gerald Wheeler looks at his personality, his family, his theology, his entrepreneurship-woven together in an intriguing story of a fascinating man.
John Harvey Kellogg
John Harvey Kellogg
By Richard W. Schwarz

A man of many talents and many faults, John Harvey Kellogg will amaze and shock you as you read about his contribution to the health in the Adventist church and around the world.
John Tay, Messenger to Pitcairn
John Tay, Messenger to Pitcairn
By Sadie Engen

This book is the story of John Tay, the trailblazer who brought the gospel message to Pitcairn, and his young friends Tom and George. 
Joseph Bates: The Real Founder of Seventh-day Adventism
Joseph Bates: The Real Founder of Seventh-day Adventism
By George R. Knight

A hero who stood for truth against the majority, Bates once cut a hole in three feet of ice to baptize seven converts when it was 30 degrees below zero. In this biography Knight strips away the veneer of history to reveal new textures in the life of this most colorful pioneer.
Journal of a Not-So-Perfect Daughter
Journal of a Not-So-Perfect Daughter
By Nancy Carver Abbott

This unique narrative is not only a memoir of the past but also an articulate journey of spiritual growth you will find fascinating and inspiring. 
Journey to Freedom
Journey to Freedom
By Patricia Maxwell

Born to former slave parents, Anna went on to share God's love at home and abroad. Hers was truly a Journey to Freedom
Julie Otis Student Nurse
Julie Otis Student Nurse
By Betty Stirling

This is the story of Julie Otis, a young student nurse who had a dream to be accepted into the Nursing school of Fairlawn Sanitarium and Hospital. Will her dreams of becoming a missionary nurse to India come true? 
Just a Scrap of Paper
Just a Scrap of Paper
By Kurt W. Johnson

Just a Scrap of Paper is a celebration of all that God has done through the ministry of the Voice of Prophecy Bible School and how it continues to help shape and impact the lives of so many around the world.
Kidnapped!
Kidnapped!
By Gregg Budd

Staring at the gun, Pastor Ratsara decided it wouldn't be wise to resist as Pastor Nshimba had; he would comply and pray that somehow he would be able to negotiate once he was inside the car. As Pastor Ratsara stepped toward the open door, his mind raced as he thought about what had just happened to his secretary; now it was happening to him! Was this the way his life would end? Had God brought him all this way just to die in a foreign country? 
Kill Thy Neighbor
Kill Thy Neighbor
By Corrine Vanderwerff

Kill Thy Neighbor tells the story of the Rwandan genocide of 1994 through the experience of an ordinary man. 
The King Who Couldn't Preach
The King Who Couldn't Preach
By Kimber J. Lantry

King had a vision: many people could go from door to door. And so began the work of spreading the story of Jesus by people who have become known as literature evangelists.
Lewis C. Sheafe: Apostle to Black America
Lewis C. Sheafe: Apostle to Black America
By Douglas Morgan

In this gripping biography Douglas Morgan pieces together the life of this forgotten leader whose story sheds light on the reason that no lasting, separate Black Adventist denomination ever formed.
Life in the Valley
Life in the Valley
By Susan Phelps Harvey

“The story of Laura Hamilton’s life journey from devoted German Catholic through physical and emotional abuse to successful environmental engineer to Seventh-day Adventist pastor’s wife is thoughtful and engaging. It reminds me in some respects of the classic book, The Marked Bible.”—Max C. Torkelsen, former president of the North Pacific Union Conference.  
Light in the Jungle
Light in the Jungle
By Leo B. Halliwell

Almost one hundred years ago a new launch, the Luzeiro, slid down the ways into the Amazon. This is the story of how, for the next twenty-eight years, Leo Halliwell and his wife Jessie sailed the Luzeiro up and down the liquid highways of the tropics, bringing medical care and spiritual aid to dwellers along the banks. Their story is also part of the new DVD The Adventist 2 just out from Pacific Press.
Light the Paper Lantern
Light the Paper Lantern
By Ruth Wheeler

This story recounts the adventures of Merritt and Wilma Warren, missionaries to China, one hundred years ago.
Lighter of Gospel Fires: The Story of J.N. Loughborough
Lighter of Gospel Fires: The Story of J.N. Loughborough
By Ella M. Robinson

The story of John N. Loughborough is inspiring and uplifting. During his lifetime, he traveled 30,000 miles by sea and 17,500 miles on land. He attended 500 meetings and preached 352 times. He never was sick a day or missed a meal. On April 7, 1924, at the age of ninety-two, he quietly fell asleep. You are sure to enjoy reading about his amazing life, dedicated to God. 
Livingstone, Trail Blazer for God
Livingstone, Trail Blazer for God
By Madge and Leslie Morrill

This biography of Dr. David Livingstone, pioneer missionary and pathfinder of Africa, has a gripping story on every page.
Louis Braille and His Magic Dots
Louis Braille and His Magic Dots
By Yvonne Davy

This quiet, gentle, unselfish “blindy” invented a system of touch reading—now used the world over, wherever blind people are taught to read—and found happiness as he lived to bless others.  
Love, Kirsten
Love, Kirsten
By Rainey H. Park and Andy Nash

Behind the tragic headlines . . . was a beautiful young  Christian. On the morning of November 19, 2009, Kirsten Wolcott was murdered while jogging on the Micronesian island of Yap, where she served as a student missionary. Kirsten’s death shocked the Yapese people and devastated her family and friends back in the United States.
Madison, God's Beautiful Farm
Madison, God's Beautiful Farm
By Ira Gish and Harry Christman

It wasn’t at all the place that E. A. Sutherland wanted on which to begin a self-supporting school for the people of the South. But when the Morning Star, on which he and Ellen White, her son, and others were traveling had to dock for repairs they found themselves within walking distance of a plantation that was for sale.  
Mamma Stahl and the Butterfly Girl
Mamma Stahl and the Butterfly Girl
By Eileen E. Lantry

This story is not only about Mamma and Papa Stahl, trailblazers for Jesus in South America many years ago, but also about their work among the Indians and the little “butterfly” girl, Chave, whom they brought up as their own little girl.
The Man Who Wouldn't Listen
The Man Who Wouldn't Listen
By Connie Wells Nowlan

Michael might have been the first missionary of the Seventh-day Adventist Church but he couldn’t wait. And his decisions got him into trouble all around. Eventually Michael did realize his mistake, he did ask forgiveness, and he was used of God, but how much more he could have done if---
Martin Luther's Religious Thought
Martin Luther's Religious Thought
By William M. Landeen

This volume seeks to acquaint the general reader with Luther’s central doctrines, to let Luther speak his convictions regardless of inconsistencies, paradoxes, or exaggerations. 
McGuffey: The Greatest Forgotten Man
McGuffey: The Greatest Forgotten Man
By Etta B. Degering

Journey back to the frontier days as you read the always-surprising, always-adventurous story of William H. McGuffey. Find out how he created five children’s readers—books that would unify America and become acclaimed as the most influential books of their time.
Miracles in Unexpected Places
Miracles in Unexpected Places
By Stanley Maxwell

Real miracles occur in unexpected places and at unexpected times. When and where God chooses to miraculously intervene in people’s lives is generally unpredictable, but miracles do happen.
The Miscellany of Pitcairn's Island
The Miscellany of Pitcairn's Island
By Herbert Ford

The story of the “mutiny on the Bounty” has been told before—as a sea saga, as a romance, as an illustration of patriotism, as a missionary opportunity, and as a research project in anthropology. All of these facts, and more, converge and focus and continue to speak in the Miscellany, the Pitcairn Island newspaper.
Mission in the Clouds
Mission in the Clouds
By Eileen E. Lantry

Thousands in South and Central America can trace the first contact they or their parents had with the Seventh-day Adventist Church to the pioneering efforts of Orley and Lillian Ford. Mission in the Clouds is their inspiring story.
A Mission Nurse in Africa
A Mission Nurse in Africa
By Maria Haseneder

A Mission Nurse in Africa will help you appreciate and understand better what a spirit of sacrifice and courage and bravery are needed when missionaries leave their native countries to dedicate themselves wholly to the welfare of primitive human beings for the sake of spreading the gospel.
A Modern Mosaic
A Modern Mosaic
By Dorothy Minchin-Comm

From the time he was four years old, Henry Feyerabend decided to do something special for the Lord. While listening to the Voice of Prophecy radio program in the Feyerabend living room in their home on the plains of Saskatchewan, Henry decided what he wanted to do most.
Montana Bullwhacker
Montana Bullwhacker
By C. C. Rouse

When Elisha was just a boy of fifteen, he and his older brother Elliot left their home in Minnesota to follow the trail west.  Find out where the western trail takes Elisha in this exciting book about rugged cowboys, hostile Indians, and uncharted territories. 
Mother, Let Go of That Burden
Mother, Let Go of That Burden
By Lucille Kamilos

Leslie was 6 years old when his family became Adventist Christians. In his last year at academy, Leslie decided that trying to be a Christian was too hard.
A Mountain to Climb
A Mountain to Climb
By Eva Maxson

During the long dusty ten-mile drive to Caribbean Training College, Pearl Lindsay’s heart filled up with fear. It had been years since she had gone to school, and her confidence dissolved as she neared campus. What if she didn’t like her teachers? What if she couldn’t get good grades? What if the other students didn’t like her? But it didn’t take long for her fears to disappear. She fit right in with the school program—working at the broom factory, studying in the evenings, and coincidentally meeting that special someone in the hall between classes. One evening during Week of Prayer the speaker said, “If you find your life humdrum—no ups, no downs, no temptations, no victories—then pray for a mountain. The Christian life is not stagnant. It must progress upward and upward and upward.” Pearl thought about it and decided to follow the speakers advice. She read Philippians 4:19, “My God shall supply all your need.” And then she prayed for a mountain. The answer to her prayer—a veritable mountain range—changed her life and the lives of those around her. 
Mr. Creator's Borrowed Brown Hands
Mr. Creator's Borrowed Brown Hands
By Yvonne Davy

Born a slave and orphaned before his first birthday, George was a sickly child who was deprived of an education because of the color of his skin. But nothing would deter George Washington Carver from asking questions and nothing could keep him from using his brilliant mind to discover the answers.
My Incredible Journey with Roger
My Incredible Journey with Roger
By Hilda Morneau

As the widow of Roger J. Morneau, prayer warrior and best-selling author of A Trip Into the Supernatural and the Incredible Answers to Prayer series, Hilda shares personal stories of God’s guidance and provision through the years.
My Two Worlds
My Two Worlds
By Alice Princess Msumba Siwundhla

In My Two Worlds, Alice writes simply and honestly, with wit, intelligence, and sympathy. She tells of fearful confrontations with hate and prejudice and describes her own painful efforts to adjust to student life, her increasing understanding of the problems of black Americans, and her constant efforts to offset problems and disappointments with hope and love. 
Never Give Up
Never Give Up
By Patrick "Doc" Nave

Never Give Up is the true story of a young boy who grew up with a father who was a drug-dealing mobster and an active Seventh-day Adventist. It is a story of redemption and hope.
Never Lose Hope
Never Lose Hope
By José H. Cortés

“When those enormous doors slammed behind me, I got the impression of having entered a hostile and alien world; it struck me that I was being dragged down into the very bowels of hell.” 
No More Broken Strings
No More Broken Strings
By Jaime Jorge

No More Broken Strings: The Early Years tells the fascinating story of this gifted violinist who began life in communist Cuba, and was given his first violin at the age of four. His family fled Cuba when Jaime was ten years old. American life was a jarring experience. His inability to understand the language often got him into trouble, as did his rebellious nature.   
The No-Good Preacher
The No-Good Preacher
By Charles White

The No-Good Preacher is the story of Charles, a preacher who defied the odds to serve his God no matter what.
On Becoming Shryock
On Becoming Shryock
By Richard A. Schaefer

This is the story of Harold Shryock, and the providence that shaped the early history of Loma Linda University and the life of Harold Shryock in particular. A master teacher and college administrator, prolific author and public speaker, trusted counselor and faithful friend, Harold Shryock's life spanned nearly a century and influenced a world.
On the Trail of Livingstone
On the Trail of Livingstone
By W. H. Anderson

David Livingstone, physician, missionary, explorer, geographer and lover of humanity devoted his life to teaching about the love of God and opened the continent of Africa for many missionaries to follow.
Out of the Storm
Out of the Storm
By Jan S. Doward

As a young boy, Jan was inducted into the army. He considered himself a Christian, but through his experiences in the army, God showed him that he needed to be a follower of Jesus.  
Point of Return
Point of Return
By Merlin L. Neff

In this story we see Roderick Mason at an impasse, or dead-end street, in his life. He is trapped by forces that have possessed him and almost ruined his life and the life of Agnes, his wife.
Power of a Saint
Power of a Saint
By Kay D. Rizzo

This is the thrilling story of Flora le Fleur, a young woman from El Salvador. Born out of wedlock, sexually abused by her common-law stepfather, rejected by her church, and finally exiled from her country, she discovered at last the power that enabled her to surmount every difficulty and become the "saint" she longed to be.
Praying With My Eyes Wide Open
Praying With My Eyes Wide Open
By Jerold E. Beeve

Dr. Jerold Beeve hadn’t uttered a serious prayer for more than 20 years. But when an anniversary vacation to Fiji turned into a long-term mission project, that all changed.
Precious Harvest
Precious Harvest
By Helen K. Oswald

The book the Kiehlbauchs purchased from a
colporteur at the turn of the century has influenced
more lives directly or indirectly than anyone can
ever estimate.
The Prodigal Daughter
The Prodigal Daughter
By Kay D. Rizzo

Like Jesus’ story of another errant child, The Prodigal Daughter portrays a father’s love and reminds us of how far our heavenly Father will go in order to redeem and restore His lost children.
Proving the Promises
Proving the Promises
By Floyd O. Rittenhouse

Here you will find exploits of the American frontier—the Wild West at its best—and in some respects at its worst. The story is interspersed with hardship, hard work, penury, some “gun totin’,” and some romance.
Red Coats and Scimitars
Red Coats and Scimitars
By Patty Knittel

Red Coats and Scimitars is the true story of Karl Schwartz, a German boy growing up in the Ukraine, who was forced into the Russian army and who ultimately became part of the royal guard to the czar.
Rough Trail to the Pulpit
Rough Trail to the Pulpit
By C. C. Rouse

Readers are sure to enjoy this story about a young boy living in the ranch and timber country of Montana during the 1920s and 1930s. 
Run For Your Lives
Run For Your Lives
By Dallas and Genevieve Kime

Dallas, Gene, and Graham Kime were far from their U. S. homeland when the bombing of Pearl Harbor turned them from missionaries into fugitives. They that knew the Celebes, where they lived and worked, would soon be captured, and they would have to run for their lives. 
S. N. Haskell
S. N. Haskell
By Gerald Wheeler

As Haskell taught throughout his life, Adventism must never forget that the Word of God is central to its mission—and His kingdom is its goal. The Word must retain its primacy. Above any historical or doctrinal tradition, Scripture must always be first. If Haskell were alive today, that would still be his overriding theme. And it must remain the focus of the church he helped pioneer.
Saga of an Ordinary Man
Saga of an Ordinary Man
By Goldie Down

This is the saga of an ordinary man with an extraordinary determination to serve his God and fellow men. Through it all, he accepted the promise, “My grace is sufficient for thee” and is determined to serve his Lord for as long as his life is spared.  
Second Chance
Second Chance
By Jim Ayer

Is it possible that one person could live so many lives? As Jim’s journey takes many twists and turns, you will discover a God of love and forgiveness, who can grant you the power to overcome the burdens that weigh you down.
Sent Home to Die
Sent Home to Die
By Dorothy Shell

In Sent Home to Die, you’ll read Dorothy’s own account of her struggle with porphyria, a rare blood disease about which very little was known when her case was first diagnosed, but the treatment of which she has helped to pioneer.  
Service and a Smile
Service and a Smile
By Nancy Beck Irland

In 1895 after a six-week trek by bullock-drawn wagons, Harry and Nora Anderson arrived on the property that later became Solusi Mission. Together with the missionaries that accompanied them, they endured severe hardships, especially during the Matebele uprising, and when some of them died with blackwater fever, a particularly virulent type of malaria. 
Silver Skates
Silver Skates
By Nancy Beck Irland

" I want to be free! I want to be me!" Gale Brawand found freedom on her ice skates. She thought she could find freedom from her mother's religion by joining the Ice Capades. Touring the country with other professional skaters, she found new friends, including several Christian friends. And she discovered some important things about herself that she hadn't realized were there till circumstances forced her to look just a bit farther. 
Sinkira
Sinkira
By Gail Walker

This is the story of Sinkira’s search for happiness and a knowledge of the true God. This is the story of the change that took place in his life when he learned the full story of redemption.
Sins of the Father
Sins of the Father
By Marianne Morris

Sins of the Father takes you behind the white-picket-fence facade of an all-American family that had a stellar reputation of caring for the children at church while harboring the ugly secret of child molestation at home.   
Sister Mary Lou
Sister Mary Lou
By Chester and Wilma Westphal

This book retells Mary Lou’s struggle to accept a new way of life and give up old dogmas. It took a step-by-step study of the Bible directed by a man fully consecrated to God to show God’s way to Mary Lou.
Sons of the North
Sons of the North
By Lewis Harrison Christian

First published in 1942 and re-released as an Adventist Heritage Classic, this book is an exciting account of the discovery of the New World and the moral principles that guided and influenced its early settlers all the way through to the early Advent movement.  
Spirit Warrior
Spirit Warrior
By David George

The amazing story of one Native American’s struggle to find peace of mind and a good life leads him to discover the wonderful love of God. This book opens the incredible world and culture of American Indians to the reader.
Spirits in His Parlor
Spirits in His Parlor
By Gail Walker

Spirits in His Parlor is the fascinating story of one man’s spiritual struggle that ultimately led him to a complete surrender to God. 
That Tent By the Sawdust Pile
That Tent By the Sawdust Pile
By Lillian M. Criss

That Tent by the Sawdust Pile is a true story of spiritual struggle, courage, near despair, and victories, complete with tender romance that faded and died, then blossomed again. 
The Man With the Reversible Foot
The Man With the Reversible Foot
By Susan Phelps Harvey

As he rose in rank and assignment in the military, Dick had unexpected phone calls and encounters that changed his life. In one-on-one relationships and in his work at a Pentagon-level job, he learned that if you want to make a difference in this world, you can.
They Called Him Rabbi
They Called Him Rabbi
By Mervyn A. Warren

From author Mervyn A. Warren, the biography of Elder Calvin E. Moseley is both an inspiration and a model for all those who aspire to follow God's plan for their lives. 
They Came to Wrong Way Home
They Came to Wrong Way Home
By Jan S. Doward

This is the story of Ray Smith, the father of a family that migrated from the state of Washington to the frontier of Alaska in 1930, and Mable Smith, the mother of the family, whose ingenuity, courage, and Christian faith helped to see the family through many dark and trying hours. 
They Were There
They Were There
By Herbert E. Douglass

You'll treasure this book as a resource--a place to find some of the most fascinating stories about Ellen White.
This is Where They Went
This is Where They Went
By Betty Stirling

In This Is Where They Went, Ronnie and Mary enjoy listening to their parents tell stories about missionaries and the many adventures they experience in different lands.   
This Was Abe Lincoln
This Was Abe Lincoln
By Ernest Lloyd

What made Lincoln great? The answer is simple. He believed from his youth that those who stand for the right, stand with God. 
Three Angels Over Rancho Grande
Three Angels Over Rancho Grande
By Viola M. Payne

In this story of the old West and the settling of the New Mexico territory, God guides the life of Pat Martinez and his children, including Max Martinez, who went on to be a missionary, church leader, and patriarch of the church in the Texico Conference. 
A Time to Forgive
A Time to Forgive
By Darold Bigger

A Time to Forgive is an in-depth look at forgiveness and gives the reader a glimpse into the very heart of a father who faced the ultimate loss.
To Build a Life
To Build a Life
By Luke B. Heimann

God is in the business of answering sincere queries. Luke didn’t find the answer overnight, but what he had been searching for in all the wrong places was as plain as day once he let God reconstruct his life.
Treasure in the West
Treasure in the West
By Margit Strom Heppenstall

Treasure in the West is the true story of Lew Halloway, a young boy going from South Dakota to a new home in California on the wagon trail west with his family.
Uncle Charlie
Uncle Charlie
By Richard H. Utt

This is the story of Charles Weniger, college teacher and seminary administrator. 
United By Tragedy
United By Tragedy
By David Wilkins and Cecil Murphey

Whether you have suffered loss in your own life or want to be used by God to bring comfort to others, this moving story provides uncommon hope.
The Unknown Prophet
The Unknown Prophet
By Delbert W. Baker

William Foy’s story, his ministry and message, still speaks today. This second edition is the response to a desire for an updated version, providing hope and encouragement for the twenty-first-century reader.
W. W. Prescott: Forgotten Giant of Adventism's Second Generation
W. W. Prescott: Forgotten Giant of Adventism's Second Generation
By Gilbert M. Valentine

He started out as a journalist but was soon editing a successful newspaper. The call to shepherd Battle Creek College involved a major pay cut. But over time he reshaped the church's educational system and politics.
Way of the Cross - Where it Led Me
Way of the Cross - Where it Led Me
By Mary Fahrner

This is the biography of a Franciscan Nun, Mary Fahrner, and her journey into the truth of God’s Word and into the Seventh-day Adventist church.   
When the Fuse is Lit
When the Fuse is Lit
By Molly Rankin

Juno’s life serves as a parable of the struggle that many young people face when having to choose between loyalties and a deep, joyous Christian experience. 
William Miller
William Miller
By George R. Knight

A definitive and comprehensive history of Millerism that is a must read for Adventist pastors, teachers, and anyone involved in evangelism. This is a reprint of  Millennial Fever and the End of the World, originally published in 1994.
Windows of Faith
Windows of Faith
By Pam Rhodes

Anyone who has had the privilege of seeing Pam Rhodes in concert knows that her music is only part of her ministry. Her concerts are filled with songs of praise as well as personal, everyday experiences of God’s divine interventions in her life. Windows of Faith is a collection of Pam’s stories that are not only windows into her life but testimonies of her faith and deep love for God. 
With Death At My Back
With Death At My Back
By Donna Huyck

If you have ever personally battled cancer or have known someone who did, you will immediately identify with the true story told in these pages.    
Wolf At Our Door
Wolf At Our Door
By Emily Mary Bell

We thought that we were prepared for the Great Depression, but when it came it was like an unexpected blow in the solar plexus. I shall never live long enough to forget the look on Tom’s face when he arrived home that Fourth of July. I came in from the kitchen as he entered the living room from the front door. He had gone down to the station to see if there was any railroad mail for him from division headquarters, and there IT was.   Wolf at our Door is the account of one families struggle through the Great Depression. 
The Wreck of the Wild Wave
The Wreck of the Wild Wave
By Thurman Petty

This is the story of the Wild Wave’s shipwreck on Oeno Island (one of the Pitcairn group), using Captain J. N. Knowles’s personal journal to reconstruct an incredible story of survival and rescue.
Yesterday's Tears
Yesterday's Tears
By Dorothy Minchin-Comm

Can God pick up the broken pieces? Can He turn pain and heartche into happiness and triumph? As you read this true story, you will know the answer.