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    Adventist Girl Series Grade 3-Grade 6
    A new series of long-ago stories for Adventist girls that shares our Adventist heritage. The series is divided into four sets, and each set has four books. Series titles include: Sarah,...

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    Adventist Girls Series Book Reviews and Activities Grade 4-Grade 6
    Read reviews of the Adventist Girl Series and get your students involved in storyboarding, interviews and poster making activities.

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    Adventist Heritage Children's Books Preschool-Lifelong
    Shop a variety of Adventist history and Bible resources, written specifically for children.

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    Adventist Heritage Fun for Kids Kindergarten-Grade 6
    Activities to help children understand Adventist church heritage include coloring sheets and a word jumble of pioneer names.

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    Adventist Pioneer Library Grade 7-Lifelong
    A service of Light Bearers Ministry, the Adventist Pioneer Library republishes Seventh-day Adventist pioneer material. Browse their resources, including audiobooks, Ebooks, and videos. Materials are free, with donations accepted.

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    Adventist Pioneer Posters Grade 1-Grade 12
    A set of 11 x 17 inch posters featuring a brief biography of five influential North American Adventist pioneers and their impact on the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Each poster has a historical timeline for reference. Pioneers include Ellen and James White,...

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    Adventist Pioneers - Coloring Pictures Grade 9-Lifelong
    Print over 30 black and white sketches of Adventist pioneers for coloring or teaching. Pioneers include: Angeline & John Andrews, Joseph Bates, Frank Belden, Goodloe Bell, Sidney Brownsberger, George Butler, John & Martha Byington, Hiram Edson, Cyrus...

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    Adventist Pioneers Biography Writing Grade 9-Grade 12
    This sample lesson plan provides objectives, Journey to Excellence connections, materials list, advanced preparation, process, and curriculum connections.

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    Autobiography of Joseph Bates Tertiary-Lifelong
    "This is a facsimile reprint of the autobiography of Joseph Bates (1792-1872). The story first appeared as a series of fifty-one articles in The Youth's Instructor, a Seventh-day Adventist publication, between November 1858 and May 1863. In 1868 the articles...

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    Center for Adventist Research Grade 3-Lifelong
    "The Center for Adventist Research is a leading documentary collection for the study of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, its predecessors and related groups, from the Millerite movement of the mid nineteenth century to the present. The Center holds publications...

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    Early Seventh-day Adventist Writings Grade 9-Lifelong
    A collection of William Miller, James and Ellen White, and Joseph Bates' writings, featuring downloads of the book Great Controversy in 20+ languages.

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    Ellen G. White Estate Grade 6-Lifelong
    Search the complete published writings of Ellen G White online from this comprehensive and official White Estate website.

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    Ellen G. White Estate Teacher Resources Grade 3-Grade 12
    Download Adventist history teaching aids shared by the Ellen G. White Estate. To see what is available, move your cursor to 'Resources' and then down to 'For Teachers' before clicking on your choice.

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    Ellen G. White Writings in Multiple Languages Grade 6-Lifelong
    "Find the complete published writings of Ellen G. White and the Pioneers."Brief biographical sketches are available online for J N Andrews, Joseph Bates, Sylvester Bliss, Daniel Bordeau,...

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    Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists Grade 7-Lifelong
    This global church project aims to complete approximately 8,500 articles with accompanying photographs, media, and original documents. Project goals: Supply reliable and authoritative information on Adventist history, crucial events and themes,...

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    Following in the Footsteps of the Pioneers Grade 5-Grade 6
    The author shares her experience of preparing 5th and 6th graders for an Adventist heritage themed Social Studies fair.

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    Francisco Ramos Mexïa - The first modern Seventh-day Adventist? Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Who is a Seventh-day Adventist? Simply put, one who keeps the seventh-day Sabbath and looks forward to the literal return of Jesus Christ in the near future. Of course, there are other fundamental beliefs a Seventh-day Adventist subscribes to, but these...

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    God's Messenger Grade 1-Grade 12
    This White Estate website features 38 fully-developed lessons on 10 important topics that Adventist school students face in their daily lives. Each faith-building lesson integrates heart-warming Adventist pioneer stories along with Scripture and Ellen White's...

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    Heartwarming Stories of Adventist Pioneers Grade 3-Grade 8
    Perhaps you've heard the stories of the Adventist pioneers. However, these are the stories that are not often told. The stories that bring out the human nature of each one. None of them were perfect, but all of them did their best, by God's grace, to spread...

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    Heartwarming Stories of Adventist Pioneers - You Will See Your Lord a-Coming - Daily Lesson Guide and Trade Book Grade 8
    NAD Pathways Grade 8 selection for Theme 4: Walking with God. Perhaps you've heard the stories of the Adventist pioneers. However these are the stories that are not often told. The stories that bring out the human nature of each one. Heartwarming stories will...

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    J. N. Loughborough and the 3 Cent Silver Grade 1-Grade 6
    C. Mervyn Maxwell performs a one-man-drama, re-enacting the story of John and Mary Loughborough as John decided to give up his job to become an unpaid pastor. Listen, too, as he retells the adventures of James and Ellen White as they travel through the dead...

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    James White - Innovator and Overcomer Grade 11-Lifelong
    In this new biography of one of the Seventh-day Adventist church's founders, author Gerald Wheeler looks at James White's personality, his family, his theology, his entrepreneurship - woven together in an intriguing story of a fascinating man.

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    Joseph Bates - The Real Founder of Seventh-day Adventism Grade 11-Lifelong
    This biography by historian George Knight makes use of previously unavailable sources, letters, and logbooks to shed new light on the first theologian and real founder of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, who gave his estate to the new Advent movement, and...

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    Laughter and Tears of the Pioneers Grade 5-Lifelong
    A collection of some of the best known Adventist pioneer stories.

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    Lest We Forget I Grade 7-Grade 10
    "Lest We Forget is a unit about the beginnings of our church's history. The men and women who, through the divine inspiration of God, helped establish the Seventh-day Adventist Church as we know it today will be introduced in this unit and several units...

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    Lest We Forget II Grade 7-Grade 10
    This article is the second of three forming a unit of study on Adventist church history. This unit provides an overview of people and events that were instrumental in the formal organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church during the mid 1800s.

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    Lest We Forget III Grade 7-Grade 10
    "The unit covers a very contentious time in our church's history. The General Conference of 1888 nearly split our church. However, by the grace of God, His power saw our church through. The thoughts of Righteousness by Faith versus Righteousness by Works...

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    Life Incidents Tertiary-Lifelong
    This is a facsimile reprint of the autobiographical work authored by 47 year old James White, describing his early experience in becoming part of the Millerite movement and the developing Sabbatarian branch of that movement. Historian Jerry Moon provides background...

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    Memoirs of William Miller Tertiary-Lifelong
    Originally published in 1853, Memoirs of William Miller still remains the most comprehensive biographical study of the founder of Adventism and the instigator of one of the most dramatic episodes in American religious history.

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    Nothing to Fear... Except - Understanding the Past and Applying It to the Future Tertiary-Lifelong
    "The world church is currently embarked on an ambitious project to create a new Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists. Nine thousand articles are being written: They will incorporate current...

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    Our Adventist Heritage - Stories, Activities, and Resources Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "Who are we as Adventists? Where have we come from, as a church? We know that it is by looking back that we can see how God has lead. Many years ago, the Atlantic Union Conference Teacher Bulletin produced a resource unit for teachers on Adventist History....

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    Pathways of the Pioneers Grade 1-Lifelong
    117 captivating stories cover the exciting, troublesome, and difficult early years of the Seventh-day Adventist church from William Miller's ministry through the death of Ellen G. White. Valuable for classroom, home or church use for all ages. Listen freely...

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    Spotlight on Adventist Heritage Grade 3-Grade 8
    "In cooperation with Adventist Heritage Ministries, the staff of the Adventist Reivew presents a collection of articles that celebrate the contributions of our  historical and contemporary pioneers and documents the milestones that the church...

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    Stories of my Grandmother Grade 3-Grade 8
    A granddaughter reveals many little-known incidents in the life of Adventist church leader Ellen White, stories that make her seem more real to juniors.

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    Tell the World - Adventist History Film Grade 3-Lifelong
    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.

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    The Adventist Pioneer Theological Heritage - Implications for Faith, Teaching and Learning Tertiary-Lifelong
    Whidden discusses ways to reach postmodern "cultured despisers of religion" who enter religion or theology classes in our universities and don't care about what they are learning in the religion classes they take. This paper was presented at the...

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    The Aims of Adventist Education - A Historical Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    Early Adventists grappled with the aims of Adventist education under the direction of Ellen White. This historical sketch shows how Adventist schools evolved under her counsel and direction.

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    The Church at Washington, New Hampshire Set Grade 5-Lifelong
    A Who's Who of Adventist pioneers. The church at Washington, New Hampshire might be regarded as the birthplace of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Mark Ford's illustrated historical account is an inspiring record of God's leading in denominational history....

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    The Midnight Cry! William Miller and the End of the World Tertiary-Lifelong
    "The authoritative film documentary about a famous crisis in American religious history. For some amazing days in the fall of 1844, America was on the raw edge of its nerves. In the large cities of the Northeast, angry mobs chased worshipers out of their...

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    The Spirit of Sacrifice and Commitment of the Pioneers Grade 9-Lifelong
    This book captures the sacrifices our pioneers made as they put everything into the cause of spreading their love for Jesus.

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    They Had a World to Win - Fascinating Glimpses Into the Lives of Our Adventist Pioneers Grade 11-Lifelong
    The author's late wife was Willie White's granddaughter and he has combined anecdotes collected at family reunions with careful research in this collection of biographies of Joseph Bates, James and Ellen White, J. N. Loughborough, Uriah Smith, William Miller,...

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    Understanding History - Seventh-day Adventists and their Perspectives Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "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...

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    W W Prescott - Forgotten Giant of Adventism's Second Generation Grade 11-Lifelong
    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 Prescott reshaped the church's educational system and politics.

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    Warren Eugene Howell - Seventh-day Adventist educational administrator Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Problem: Warren Eugene Howell served the Seventh-day Adventist educational system as an administrator and teacher for thirty-four years. He pioneered two important Adventist educational institutions and led the General Conference Education Department...

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    Washington NH Seventh-day Adventist Church and Sabbath Trail Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This church website links to the Washington Church history, photos and short biographies of Adventist pioneers connected to this first Adventist church (including the full text of the pioneer story, 'William and His Twenty-Two), details of the Washington Church...

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    Why Do We Need Adventist History? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    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....

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    William and His Twenty-Two Grade 1-Grade 8
    Download the full text of this out of print book about a pioneer Adventist and his 22 children.

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    William Miller - The Man Behind the Story of 1844 Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Miller's ideas on Bible prophecy and the imminent return of Jesus can be better understood in the context of a broad religious movement that emerged concurrently in Europe and the Americas during the first part of the 19th century. After the demise of...

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    ‚ÄčAdventist History Study Tour - Walking in the Footsteps of the Pioneers Tertiary-Lifelong
    "By visiting these historic locations, participants would not only learn about the past, but also be inspired and re-energized to continue the work of Adventist education and mission."