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  • Companion To The Seventh Day Adventist Hymnal


    Learn More About the Great Hymns of the Church!

    For many worshipers, hymn singing is a mere routine in the church service, accepted but not necessarily enjoyed. For others, the pleasure of making a joyful noise to God often obscures the words that are being sung, and thereby this essential part of worship loses its full significance.

    The Companion to the Seventh-day Adventist Hymnal seeks to remedy these two defects by calling attention in particular to the words of the hymns so that the hymns will be much more appreciated and their spiritual effect heightened. Comments, where appropriate, have also been made on the tunes, so that both authors and composers will come to life, so to speak, In this way, attention will be focused on the hymn-singing part of divine service.

    The Companion may also serve as a resource for ministers and lay persons to illustrate their sermons and to enable them to make a wise choice of hymns.

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  • Search For Identity


    How did we come to believe what we believe? How have those beliefs changed over the years? With compelling candor George Knight captures the ebb and flow of the doctrinal currents within Adventism, including controversies over the shut door, the law in Galatians at the 1888 General Conference, the Trinity, pantheism, Fundamentalism, the nature of Christ, and inspiration.The Adventist Church was founded by independent thinkers who would have disagreed with several of the church’s current 27 fundamental beliefs. But over the years strength arose out of contention, and consensus out of debate. From William Miller to Desmond Ford, Knight catalogues the colorful personalities who shaped the discussion, and shows how God has led His church into broader and deeper understanding of His eternal truth. “This book has the potential of being one of the most influential books written within Adventism in the past 75 years.”–Willmore Eva, Editor, Ministry Magazine

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  • User Friendly Guide To The 1888 Message


    SKU (ISBN): 9780828013253George KnightBinding: Trade PaperPublished: October 2019Publisher: Review & Herald Publishing

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  • Jesus Revolution


    God has always been interested in turning unlikely people into his most fervent followers. Prostitutes and pagans, tax collectors and tricksters. The more unlikely, the more it seemed to please God and to demonstrate his power, might, and mercy. America in the 1960s and 1970s was full of unlikely people–men and women who had rejected the stuffy religion of their parents’ generation, who didn’t follow the rules, didn’t fit in. The perfect setting for the greatest spiritual awakening of the 20th century.

    With passion and purpose, Greg Laurie and Ellen Vaughn tell the amazing true story of the Jesus Movement, an extraordinary time of mass revival, renewal, and reconciliation. Setting fascinating personal stories within the context of one of the most tumultuous times in modern history, the authors draw important parallels with our own time of spiritual apathy or outright hostility, offering hope for the next generation of unlikely believers–and for the next great American revival.

    Those who lived through the Jesus Revolution will find here an inspiring reminder of the times and people that shaped their lives and faith. Younger readers will discover a forgotten part of recent American history and, along with it, a reason to believe that God is not finished with their generation.

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  • Reformation And The Remnant


    In The Reformation and the Remnant, author Nicholas Miller examines crucial issues and questions facing the Adventist Church today through the lenses provided by the thoughts and ideas of various Protestant reformers. Miller discusses such topics as biblical authority and inspiration, the great controversy theme, religious liberty and public morality, last day events and Sunday laws, and righteousness by faith and perfection, as he reveals why the ideas that shaped the Christian church still matter.

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  • Sprucing The Tree Up Close From The Inside


    Dr. Warren has held more major leadership positions at Oakwood University than anyone else in its history and he writes from a unique perspective. In Sprucing the Tree the author looks at how, from its inception in 1896 as Oakwood Industrial School to the current Oakwood University, its principals and presidents have pointed the way to the life-tree value system. Ellen White’s vision of a school for black Adventist young people continues to inspire a pursuit of higher education which leads to abundant living in this world and the world to come.

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  • Word To The Little Flock


    SKU (ISBN): 9781479604357James White | Joseph Bates | Ellen WhiteBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2014Publisher: TEACH Services, Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • Popular Encyclopedia Of Church History


    SKU (ISBN): 9780736948067Editor: Ed Hindson | Editor: Dan MitchellBinding: Cloth TextPublished: August 2013Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

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  • 1st Valle Crucis


    This is a true account of the first Seventh-day Adventist Church and church school in the town of Valle Crucis, North Carolina. This book is about the people who lived in that western North Carolina community-about the rough, narrow, crooked “hollers” and the well-beaten, wooded paths winding across the hills at the head of the hollers that shortened the distance for the people and students going to the church and school.

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  • Prophet And The Presidents


    Power, politics and change: 1887-1913.
    Ellen White was early accorded an important though informal leadership role in the developing Seventh-day Adventist Church based on her demonstration of extraordinary charisma, which she recognized as coming from beyond herself.
    This volume explores the interaction between Mrs. White and various General Conference presidents and will give you an increased understanding of the numerous leadership conflicts during the 1890s and into the next century. You will also gain an appreciation of the dynamics of the interaction of the gift of administration and the charisma of the spirit of prophecy in the church’s formative years.
    The church’s continued growth through the years since Ellen White would seem to be a clear evidence of the continued blessing of the Spirit. The story unfolded here clearly develops the underlying conviction that the Spirit of truth that uniquely manifested Himself in the ministry of Ellen White still leads the Adventist community today.

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  • Witness : A Fresh Look At The New Testament Church


    He died for them.

    They lived for Him.

    No matter what happened-threats, beatings, stoning, exile, or imprisonment-the leaders of the infant Christian church were determined to take the good news of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection to the entire world. That was their mission, their sole purpose in life.

    In this fresh, unified narrative their stories and letters are arranged in chronological order-Luke’s account of the various missionary journeys interspersed with the letters the apostles wrote to the churches. Written in modern language and free from the disjointed interruption of chapter or verse, this is the message of God’s love for humanity and the astonishing power of that love to change lives.

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  • Secret Of The Old Red Barn


    Zachariah Matthews is twelve years old and lives on a farm in Michigan with his parents. The year is 1860. Pa is studying the Bible and something strange is going on in the barn. Author, Sandy Zaugg’s book makes the story of our church’s beginning come alive and will give the 9-12 age child a better grasp of what it means to be a Seventh-day Adventist Christian and of the impact of the Great Disappointment on our church.

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  • AMG Concise Church History


    Tracing events and individuals that have shaped the Christian church from its beginnings to the 20th century, this accessible reference will encourage you to live in the present by learning from the past. Arranged chronologically by era, chapters feature lists of key dates, period introductions, overviews of pivotal events, biographical sketches, extracts from Christian writings, and more.

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  • W W Prescott


    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.

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  • Crucial Moments


    SKU (ISBN): 9780828018821Benjamin BakerBinding: Trade PaperPublished: January 2005Publisher: Review & Herald Publishing

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  • Testimonies To Ministers And Gospel Workers


    Ellen White’s vital messages to church leaders following the historic 1888 Minneapolis General Conference session, were published as Testimonies to Ministers and Gospel Workers in 1923. Now these powerful messages calling for regeneration and reformation of life are reintroduced in a beautiful new binding for the Christian Home series.

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  • Ellen White : Woman Of Vision


    Ellen G. White (1827-1915) is a widely translated American author–her works have been published in more than 140 languages. Though her formal education ended at the age of 9, her literary productions totaled approximately 100,000 pages on such topics as health, education, family, Bible history, and practical Christian living. Today millions look to her writings for guidance and motivation.
    During her lifetime she experienced more than 2,000 dreams and visions. These provided a rich source of divine wisdom from which she drew for her extensive writings. As God’s servant she wrote letters of encouragement, counsel, and reproof to church members and leaders around the world, in many cases dealing with secret, personal matters.

    An accident in her youth resulted in years of frail health, yet in addition to her writing she managed to run a home that often resembled a hotel while raising three sons and coping with the emotional difficulties of her husband after he suffered a series of strokes. In her later years she helped lead the Seventh-day Adventist Church into a deeper understanding of the fundamental doctrines of Christianity. Her lifelong message was that Christ is coming soon and that we must be ready to meet Him. The last sentence she ever uttered before the church’s world assembly, as she raised a Bible above the pulpit, was, ”Brethren and sisters, I commend unto you this Book.”

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  • Later Elmshaven Years 1905-1915


    This last volume in the six-volume biography of Ellen White is devoted to the last decade of the fruitful life of this messenger of the Lord. It covers the establishment of the Loma Linda Sanitarium, the San Francisco earthquake, and the establishment of Pacific Union College. During this time she also published the 1911 edition of The Great Controversy, and during the next few years produced several other books.

    Although the author (Ellen White’s grandson) spent his working lifetime involved in the custody of the Ellen G. White writings, as he did the research for this biography, he was amazed at the frequency and number of visions given to Ellen White during the last decade of her life. What did not amaze him, however, was the substantial influence these visions exerted as the counsels given were heeded and the reproofs were received and integrated into the thinking and actions of church members and leaders.

    It was the author’s wish and prayer “that the portrayal presented in this volume, which covers the crowning decade of Ellen White’s ministry and sets forth her optimistic attitudes, her concerns for the church, and her confidence in its triumph, may help us to know her better, understand her ministry more fully, and lead to the reading and rereading of the counsels she has left as a legacy.”

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  • Early Elmshaven Years 1900-1905


    SKU (ISBN): 9780828001236Ellen WhiteBinding: Cloth TextPublished: March 2000Ellen G. White Biography # 5Publisher: Review & Herald Publishing

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  • Australian Years 1891-1900


    The nine years Ellen White spent in Australia introduced her to new and different living and working conditions. It also placed upon her responsibilities in some areas she had not previously borne. Nearing her sixty-fourth birthday, she was reluctant to interrupt her work of writing and leave America for a distant field of labor, but near the close of her sojourn she could write, “God sent me to Australia.”-Letter 175, 1899.

    The resources from which this volume was developed have been full and exceptionally rich. Ellen White, anticipating a published account of her work overseas, reported, “I have kept up my diary, as afar as possible, of our labors in Australia and in Europe.”-Letter 36, 1910. Her experience in producing biographical sketches of her life in 1860, 1876, and 1885 led her to see the value of such records. The manuscript “Australian Experiences”; her diaries; her reports of activities in the Review and Herald; and her correspondence, especially letters to her sons Edson and William and two or three close associates in America, have provided the prime sources

    Ellen White performed a dual ministry in Australia. She virtually pioneered the work in that new field; at the same time she nurtured and counseled, through her letters, the church in America, presenting what God set before her in vision. She wrote carefully and with sympathy and understanding, but at times there were firm message pointing the way God would have His work managed, or correcting a course of action on the part of individuals that if unchanged would be detrimental to them and to the cause of God.

    This volume will help you see Ellen White as an individual-a wife, mother, neighbor, and friend-as well as the messenger of the Lord, laboring tirelessly in the pulpit and on the public platform in declaring God’s message and in counseling often and writing incessantly with an influence felt around the world.

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