College and University Dialogue is an international journal of faith, thought, and action published by the Committee on Adventist Ministry to College and University Students (AMiCUS) in cooperation with the 12 world divisions of the Seventh-day Adventist Church....
"TEACH is a journal of Christian education that publishes articles on teaching & professional practice, educational administration, and research & scholarship. It also contains the reflections, impressions and experiences of Christian educators."...
A Quick Guide to Adventist Resources on the Internet
This article aims to direct teachers to Seventh-day Adventist resources to use for their courses, lectures, or devotionals. Brief descriptions are paired with website links on various topics
Editorial: International Journal of New Perspectives in Christianity
Editor Vivienne Watts explains the goal of the new journal published by Avondale College. Its main purpose "is to offer new perspectives on Christianity, and to
identify ways and means through which Christianity can engage...
Grade 4-Grade 8
"Guide is a Christian story magazine for young people ages 10-14. The 32-page, four-color publication is published weekly... Our mission is to show readers, through stories that illustrate Bible truth, how to walk with God now and forever."
Guide Magazine Stories Wanted - Write Now!
Grade 5-Grade 8
Guide magazine needs your help! This weekly publication for 10-14 year-olds wants your stories.
Journal of Adventist Education
Journal published bimonthly for Adventist educators. Addresses current issues in Adventist education, from both practical and philosophical standpoints. Available in English and limited editions in French, Spanish and Portuguese. More a teacher handbook than...
Grade 3-Grade 7
KidsView is the Adventist Review’s full-color, eight-page edition just for children. Geared toward kids ages 8-12, it’s packed each month with news, devotionals, interesting church history, stories, puzzles, and student writing samples from Adventist...
A magazine of religious freedom. Religious liberty entails freedom of conscience: to worship or not to worship; to profess, practice and promulgate religious beliefs or to change them. In exercising these rights, however, one must respect the equivalent rights...
Grade 1-Grade 4
Pacific Press's kids' page to accompany the weekly published 'Primary Treasure' Sabbath School lesson and stories. Website includes booklength stories downloadable by chapter, games, puzzles, coloring pages and more.