Seventh-day Adventists strive daily to develop a closer relationship with Jesus Christ to become more like Him. The heart of our mission is to help others realize the hope found in experiencing a personal relationship with a living God and loving Savior and nurturing them in preparation for His soon return. Our Seventh-day Adventist beliefs are rooted directly in the Bible. We encourage you to study the Bible for yourself.
Below is a list of online Bible study resources:
The Appearing View five Bible lessons about the signs of Jesus’ appearing, and download five videotaped presentations for your video iPod or online viewing.
Bibleinfo.com helps people around the world discover what the Bible says about life’s questions. Here you will find counsel, direction, encouragement, and help—all from God’s word.
Discover Bible Studies has Bible studies available online in 47 languages and dialects and covers the major themes of truth in the Bible. Using your own Bible as you study the course may be helpful. However, if you don’t have a Bible you can still take the course since all of the key Bible study references and texts are included in the guide. You can study at your own pace. Also available, the Discover Bible Guides in Streaming Video.
It Is Written offers several Bible study tools on this site, including “The Discover Bible Guides,” “New Beginnings,” “Unsealing Daniel’s Mysteries,” and “The Search for Certainty.”
Kidsbibleinfo.com provides big answers for little people from the Bible. A safe place for kids to find Bible answers to their questions, character-building stories, games, and more.
My Place With Jesus is a series of Internet-based, interactive Bible studies just for kids! These 14 studies take the participant through many of the basic themes of the Christian faith. The lessons cover such topics as Creation, the Trinity, and Heaven. These Bible lessons are designed primarily for children aged 7 – 12.
Sabbath Truth Everything you wanted to know about the Sabbath.
The Shema Israel Bible Course is designed for people with Jewish heritage or even Christians who wish to rediscover their Jewish roots. Shaped from a specific Hebrew perspective this course takes into account not only the Hebrew text but also the testimony of ancient Jewish sources.