Community (2021 Young Adult Devotional)
Community (2021 Young Adult Devotional)
By Troy Fitzgerald

In this book we will follow the beginnings and the development of community in the Bible. From the Old Testament, where the principles of community are laid out, to the New Testament, where the stories of Jesus “flesh out” the concept of community, it is in His interaction with the disciples, His encounters with people, and His teachings that we find the true purpose of community.

Isaiah (Adult Bible Study Guide) 1Q 2021
Isaiah (Adult Bible Study Guide) 1Q 2021
By Roy Gane

The Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide (Quarterly) links the entire world Church together in a global classroom. Written by a variety of authors, the study guide encourages personal time with God and His Word. Memory texts and key thoughts from the authors provide an opportunity for spiritual growth.

Isaiah (Ellen G. White Notes) 1Q 2021
Isaiah (Ellen G. White Notes) 1Q 2021
By Roy Gane

Each quarter, the Seventh-day Adventist Church publishes a "Quarterly" Sabbath School Bible Study Guide to be used in Sabbath School, for personal Bible study, or in any other setting in which a deeper understanding of God’s Word is desired.

The Book Of Isaiah (Bible Bookshelf BBS 1Q 2021)
The Book Of Isaiah (Bible Bookshelf BBS 1Q 2021)
By Roy Gane

The book of Isaiah challenge people, including us, to stop just looking around and start looking up to the Lord, whom Isaiah saw "sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up" (Isaiah 6:1). In author Roy Gane's "The Book of Isaiah", readers will get a fresh look at some of the poetry and parallelism, imagery, and contrasts, and musical rhythms that for the symphony of the human journey through judgement and restoration. See key aspects of God's character in a new light, take a fresh look at how He leads and comforts broken people, and marvel at the glorious destiny waiting God's redeemed.

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?