Psalms (1Q 2024 Bible Bookshelf)
Psalms (1Q 2024 Bible Bookshelf)
By Martin G. Klingbeil

Psalms is the ultimate all-in-one book, full of hymns, poems, and prayers for God’s people. Each line speaks to the joys and trials of the human condition. In spite of the “valleys of darkness” that believers experience, God is listening and responding, bringing hope, healing, and salvation.
Psalms - Adult Bible Study Guide 1Q 2024
Psalms - Adult Bible Study Guide 1Q 2024
By Dragoslava Santrac

One of the best Sabbath School lesson supplements you can have. Spirit of Prophecy comments about the lesson are arranged for daily study with the Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide.
A Companion to the Adult Bible Study Guide: Ellen White Notes on Psalms: January | February | March 2024
A Companion to the Adult Bible Study Guide: Ellen White Notes on Psalms: January | February | March 2024
By Pacifc

This attractive booklet contains E. G. White comments addressing the topics of the day, week, and quarter in the Adult Sabbath School lessons.
Could It Really Happen?
Could It Really Happen?
By Marvin Moore

From the beginning of our church, we have held the strong conviction that God has called us to warn the world of what lies ahead. But what if our prophetic understanding is wrong? On the other hand, if it is correct, don’t we have an enormous responsibility to tell the world what we believe?
The Everlasting Relevance of the Sabbath
The Everlasting Relevance of the Sabbath
By Bruce Wolpin

The Everlasting Relevance of the Sabbath shows from the Bible that the seventh-day Sabbath has a rich and permanent meaning as a memorial of Creation and God’s gift of holy time to humanity. Moreover, as a moral imperative from God, it will play a major role in earth’s final events.
Guide’s Greatest Survivor Stories
Guide’s Greatest Survivor Stories
By Lori Peckham

See God at work in 26 true stories of people who cheated death in miraculous ways. Escape hungry coyotes, a blizzard on a mountain, a raging blacksmith, a tumble into the Grand Canyon, and more. Experience the power of God intervening on behalf of His children. - Ages: 10-14
Finding Joy: Paul’s Encouraging Message to the Philippians
Finding Joy: Paul’s Encouraging Message to the Philippians
By John C. Brunt

We can all use a little more joy in our lives. But how can we find joy in a world where so many bad things happen? When it comes to finding joy in difficult circumstances, the apostle Paul is an unrivaled expert! Despite Paul’s circumstances, joy is a central theme in his short letter to the Christians of Philippi. Read the letter, follow the commentary, and discover the secret of finding joy.
All You Can Eat: The Secret to Being Healthy Without Feeling Hungry
All You Can Eat: The Secret to Being Healthy Without Feeling Hungry
By Elizabeth R. Anderson-Doze, MD, MPH

Have you tried diets and weight loss programs over and over without long-term success? If so, All You Can Eat will introduce the tools you need to eat like a horse and stay thin. Eliminate or manage chronic health concerns and feel better than ever.
Updraft
Updraft
By Sandra Finley Doran

Read about a piece of paper, an upward gust of air, the three angels’ messages, and the wonderful workings of the Spirit in this story about the God of second chances.
30-Day Challenge for Fearless Youth
30-Day Challenge for Fearless Youth
By Jader Fonseca

Join youth pastor Jader Fonseca on a simple 30-day spiritual growth challenge that could change the course of your life. Begin each day with a short, Bible-based reading and a heartfelt conversation with the Savior. During the day, complete a specific activity that puts your faith into action. Then at bedtime, write a personal letter to Jesus—a prayer on paper—in the space provided in the book.
Hearts of Faith: How We Became Seventh-day Adventists
Hearts of Faith: How We Became Seventh-day Adventists
By David Trim

Expectation, exultation, bewilderment, and despair—these were the emotions amid which the Seventh-day Adventist Church was conceived. Hearts of Faith recounts the story of the transition from the weeping that followed the Great Disappointment of October 22, 1844, to the hopeful emergence of the infant Seventh-day Adventist Church 19 years later.
Habits of the Heart: Biblical Principles for Growing Christians
Habits of the Heart: Biblical Principles for Growing Christians
By Kenneth C. Crawford

And after you first committed your life to Christ, did you wonder, “OK, now what?” Growing Christians often need a spiritual mentor—someone to share insights, offer tips for growth, and point out potential pitfalls along the journey. In Habits of the Heart, author Kenneth Crawford highlights principles for spiritual growth drawn from his testimony and Christian experience, bringing readers full circle from growing in Jesus to sharing their own powerful stories.
We Stand on Their Shoulders: A Historical Legacy of Adventist Pastors
We Stand on Their Shoulders: A Historical Legacy of Adventist Pastors
By Michael W. Campbell

This must-read book delves into the rich history of Adventist pastoral ministry, providing important context for understanding the role of the Adventist pastor in spreading the good news of Christ's soon return. It then explores the untold stories of nine Adventist pioneer pastors, encouraging us by the ways in which God enables those whom He has called to serve.
Redeemed: A Rescue from the Powers of Darkness
Redeemed: A Rescue from the Powers of Darkness
By Bradley Booth

Jessie survived a painful childhood filled with abuse, abandonment, and loneliness. These wounds drove him deep into a dark world of drug abuse, sexual promiscuity, and the occult. Yet through it all, the Holy Spirit never left his side, nudging him gently, again and again offering a better path to a brighter future.
Through the Eyes of Luke: A Devotional Commentary
Through the Eyes of Luke: A Devotional Commentary
By Keith

Rediscover the person of Christ and the story of the early church in new and wonderful ways. Like Luke, who never met Jesus in person, we are invited to undertake the ultimate adventure of knowing and following Him.
The Nephaniah Chronicles: A Story of Rebellion and Redemption in Heaven
The Nephaniah Chronicles: A Story of Rebellion and Redemption in Heaven
By B. Russell Holt

The Nephaniah Chronicles is a creative imagining of the conflict between good and evil in heaven. It draws from a deep understanding of the Bible, the ministry of angels, and the ultimate victory of Christ our Savior.
See With New Eyes
See With New Eyes
By Ty Gibson

See With New Eyes, by Ty Gibson, is about God Himself, as He has represented Himself in the One true portrait of His character.   
These Fords Still Run
These Fords Still Run
By Barbara Westphal

To know Orley and Lillian Ford is to understand how Seventh-day Adventists have carried the gospel to nearly every country. Lifelong dedication, heroic faith, almost reckless courage, and an ever-present sense of humor have distinguished this pioneer missionary couple.
Thriving: 31 Stories on the Impact of Adventist Education
Thriving: 31 Stories on the Impact of Adventist Education
By Aimee Saesim Leukert

This book is a collection of stories from people who have built upon the foundation of their Adventist education and have thrived in their fields. More important, they learned that success isn’t about money or reaching the top of the corporate ladder but about loving Jesus and reflecting His love to others.
The Plans He Has for Me
The Plans He Has for Me
By Becky St. Clair

Looking for a devotional that doesn't spoon-feed you all the answers but encourages you to explore, contemplate, and discuss your faith? This groundbreaking book by young adults, for young adults, will help you explore life’s difficult questions, process your thoughts, and spark meaningful discussions that leave you feeling empowered and enlightened.
He Knows My Name
He Knows My Name
By Karen Pearson

This 365-entry daily devotional for women by women features authors from around the world. Start or finish your day in the stillness, listening for the Creator to whisper your name. You are seen, known, and loved by Him!
Insecure: My Story
Insecure: My Story
By Natalie Boonstra Lilly

Natalie Boonstra was diagnosed with Madelung’s Deformity at just ten years old. The corrective surgery for this painful, one-in-two-million congenital wrist disorder was successful, but left the very visible daughter of a well-known public figure with emotional scars, insecurity, and self-doubt. Join Natalie as she shares how God changed her heart, showed her who she is in Him, and helped her realize her inherent value.
Christmas Gifts: True Stories to Celebrate the Season
Christmas Gifts: True Stories to Celebrate the Season
By Helen Heavirland

In this storybook, Helen Heavirland captures the beauty and meaning of Christmas. Although the season brings wonder to our senses, it is also true that life remains stubbornly unpredictable. Hardships and trials are ever present, even at Christmas. If you have encountered difficulties in life, then you will find hints of your own story in these pages.
Three Angels, One Gospel
Three Angels, One Gospel
By Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

With remarkable clarity, Ángel Rodríquez masterfully unveils the message of a loving Savior that permeates the warnings of judgment, the fall of Babylon the Great, and the extermination of the enigmatic beast. Christ, the slain Lamb, is the focal point.
Trapped in Death Cavern and Other Miracles Stories
Trapped in Death Cavern and Other Miracles Stories
By Bradley Booth

When people pray, great things happen! God often answers by bringing quiet confidence into our hearts and guiding our choices. But sometimes, God will intervene in miraculous ways that defy our senses and expectations. This book is a collection of accounts of such events from around the world.
The Joy of Optimism: Living in the Pleasant Tense
The Joy of Optimism: Living in the Pleasant Tense
By Kay Kuzma

Undeterred by the inevitable challenges that life brings, author Kay Kuzma is determined to embark on a quest for optimism and joy—regardless of age, pain, loss, misunderstandings, criticism, or the turbulence of current events—and she invites readers to join her on this transformative journey of discovery and personal growth.
The Shepherd King
The Shepherd King
By David Metzler

In the story of David—unraveled in this daily devotional featuring excerpts from The Seventh-day Adventist Bible Commentary and Ellen G. White’s writings—you will find cause for hope and trust in the Lord. True repentance and sorrow for sin brought salvation and peace to David. God forgave him. He didn't forsake him. And God offers the same to us so that you, too, can be a person “after God’s own heart.”
If My People Pray
If My People Pray
By Randy Maxwell

Randy Maxwell's If My People Pray, a book infused with a passion for prayer as God's chosen method for establishing His kingdom through us and supplying our greatest needs, will challenge you to respond to God's eleventh-hour call to pray as never before.
Holding On to Hope
Holding On to Hope
By Heather Quintana

Discover an often-overlooked Bible verse that will inspire you to hold on to hope even when things seem hopeless. When you’re tempted to give up on a dream, goal, situation, person, or even yourself, this is a reminder that God hasn’t given up, and He doesn’t want you to either.
Learning Life: How Personal Devotions Can Make A Difference
Learning Life: How Personal Devotions Can Make A Difference
By Roger Walter

Most Christians have heard that personal devotions are a critical component of a healthy, growing spiritual life. Yet many don’t know how to put the discipline into practice. In Learning Life, Pastor Roger Walter breaks down a three-step plan for personal devotions that changed his life.
Messiah
Messiah
By Jerry D. Thomas

Working with the E.G. White Estate, author Jerry D. Thomas has prepared this contemporary adaptation of Mrs. White's great work, The Desire of Ages. The author's friendly style amplifies the beautiful message of this devotional classic, making the sublime themes of the original easier to grasp.