Adventist Church Heritage Simplified for Children
Excellent resource for parents and teachers to help children understand our heritage as Seventh-day Adventists.
Adventist Heritage Week Four-Year Plan
Grade 1-Grade 8
This collection of pictures, stories, biographies, and study sheets was designed to be used during the Adventist Heritage Week each year, on a four year cycle. These materials would be useful for any study of Adventist pioneers or church history.
JAE Editorial: The Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Sesquicentenary
Miracles in my Life
A collection of eyewitness accounts written by pioneer historian John N. Loughborough (1832-1924). In this book he recalls God's leading in his life and the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Tell the World - Adventist History Film
Bring Adventist history to life with this professionally produced film. The six episodes, freely available online, begin with William Miller's discovery, continue through the Great Disappointment, and cover the guidance of Ellen White and others to the early church.
The Nurture of Faith in the Teaching of Denominational History
Lindsay discusses how studying denominational history can nurture the faith of the student. The teacher needs to go beyond the dates and names. They need to encourage their students to study Adventist church history in a candid and honest way, seeing where...
The Teacher of the Church - The Adventist Historian
Why teach history? What is its place in Adventist higher education? Blaich examines the role and purpose of history, its place in the curriculum, and the dangers of post-modernism. Additional ideas presented include: Learning to be Human; The Historian in...
Understanding History - Seventh-day Adventists and their Perspectives
"A knowledge of a Seventh-day Adventist
understanding of history explains a great deal
about the church and touches on many of
the key conflicts and controversies that have
affected, and currently affect, the church. Hence,
it is topical for the...
Why Do We Need Adventist History?
This article from the JAE special social studies, history, and geography issue posits that Adventist history is profitable for identity, interest, instruction, and insight. Historians are needed to insure the integrity of the process. Debunking is examined....