A Brief History of Seventh-day Adventists
A Brief History of Seventh-day Adventists
By George R. Knight

A Brief History fills the important need of providing a short but accurate history of Adventism that can be appreciated by church members and nonmembers alike. It provides an excellent starting place for the study of Seventh-day Adventism.
A. G. Daniells: The Making of a General Conference president
A. G. Daniells: The Making of a General Conference president
By John J. Robertson

This book by John J. Robertson is not intended to be a complete biography of A.G. Daniells. It is primarily a study of the abilities, character traits, and attitudes of the man as seen in the light of his lifework and his relationships with other people, notably Ellen G. White.
A Brief History of Seventh-day Adventists
A Brief History of Seventh-day Adventists
By George R. Knight

From the denomination's founding to the present, the author takes you step by step through the development of the Church. At the focal point is the missionary emphasis that literally propelled Adventism into every corner of the earth.  

The Church at Washington
The Church at Washington
By Mark Ford

The small white church at Washington, New Hampshire, might be regarded as the birthplace of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. This illustrated historical account is an inspiring record of God's leading in denominational history.
Conquering the Dragon Within
Conquering the Dragon Within
By Marvin Moore

Conquering the Dragon Within is about victory--victory over the temptations and failings that make us less than God wants us to be. Drawing on the distilled counsel of the Bible, the Spirit of Prophecy, and the Twelve-Step recovery movement, author and editor Marvin Moore shows us that a relationship with Jesus is the key to transforming our characters. He shares effective spiritual strategies for defeating the enemy and resisting his temptations.
Determined to Love
Determined to Love
By Kay D. Rizzo

Ferdinand and Ana Stahl heard it all, and refused to believe. They had given their lives to improving the lot of the Indians of South America, and particularly to leading them to Christ. They were determined to love these people who were being ground down by the upper class. 
Down the River Road
Down the River Road
By Paula Montgomery

Academy! Becka felt her heart thud as she walked up the steps to her new school. A freshman, a stranger, and alone, Becka felt very small and very frightened.
Faith Against the Odds
Faith Against the Odds
By Mark Finley and Steven Mosley

Their story splashes across the heart of Europe and leads us from the Dark Ages to the Reformation. The Waldenses of the Piedmont Valley in Italy somehow managed to hold on to their faith in the basic truths of the gospel while enduring centuries of privation and persecution. How did they do it?
Heartwarming Stories of Adventist Pioneers: Book 2
Heartwarming Stories of Adventist Pioneers: Book 2
By Norma J. Collins

They spent their lives, their health, their pennies--and their fortunes--in spreading the three angels' messages. Norma Collins' second book of Heartwarming Stories of Adventist Pioneers introduces more pivotal members of our Adventist pioneers to readers in a special way that endears us to them.
How Many Ways to Heaven?
How Many Ways to Heaven?
By G. A. Campbell

This booklet will help the sincere reader find the answer, in a confused and perplexed world. 
How to Handle Competition
How to Handle Competition
By Marvin Moore

Is competition good or bad? The author says it is neither; it’s our attitude toward competition that matters.
In Grandma's Footsteps
In Grandma's Footsteps
By Paula Montgomery

In the Adventures of Hazel Weston series the early 1920's in Oregon's Hood River Valley come alive in this touching story about rural Americans, their triumphs and tragedies, as seen through the eyes of a young girl.
The Jews and Palestine
The Jews and Palestine
By Roy F. Cottrell

The Jews and Palestine by Roy F. Cottrell covers the grand sweep of the history of God’s chosen people. The reader will know that the Jews are not a dying, dwindling race but a miracle of preservation.
Keepers of the Flame
Keepers of the Flame
By Merlin L. Neff

Keepers of the Flame is written for men and women, young and old, who wish to see, to feel, and, discover what the poets and literary masters of English and American literature have felt and expressed concerning the Christian adventure. 
Nature Nuggets
Nature Nuggets
By Harold W. Clark

This book offers object lessons from nature, organized in alphabetical order, suitable for use by parents, teachers, Sabbath School and youth group leaders, and anyone else looking for a way to illustrate a truth. The purpose of this book is to give suggestions that will make it easier to see the relation between nature and the spiritual life.
Never a Dull Moment
Never a Dull Moment
By Kay D. Rizzo

Surrounded by her 165 "daughters" in the academy girls' dorm, Dean Rizzo sometimes felt like the old woman who lived in the shoe. Other times she felt like a mother hen. Or a referee. Or maybe a drill sergeant.
Organizing for Mission and Growth
Organizing for Mission and Growth
By George R. Knight

The founders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church believed church organization was evil. But eventually the need for a credentialed ministry, the need to maintain doctrinal unity, and the need to own property resulted in the formal organization of the church in 1863. Here's the fascinating behind-the-scenes story.
Pioneering the Message in the Golden West
Pioneering the Message in the Golden West
By Harold Oliver McCumber

This book seeks to inform the reader of the values and principles on which the Seventh-day Adventist Church movement was founded, review the sacrificial years of devotion, and recall the labor and means given by those who spread a new belief, prompted by idealism and love of humanity.
Seasons of the Heart
Seasons of the Heart
By Kay D. Rizzo

Mix two fiercely independent personalities with mutual attraction and you have the perfect recipe for trouble--especially when one is a city slicker and the other a farmer's kid.
Seventh Day Baptists: Their Legacy to Adventists
Seventh Day Baptists: Their Legacy to Adventists
By Russel J. Thomsen

In Seventh Day Baptists: Their Legacy to Adventists, both Seventh Day Baptists and Seventh-day Adventists can find greater fellowship through a better understanding of their common heritage. 
A Summer to Grow On
A Summer to Grow On
By Paula Montgomery

Book 3 in the Becka Bailey series. A Camp Wauntum Woods counselor at last! Becka finally realized her dream.  Each week brought new campers and new challenges.  Becka's summer was a blur of fun, anxiety, and growing up.  She was making memories that would last a lifetime. Then there was Geoff Blake.  Becka didn't mean to fall for him, but she did. Would the couple be able to keep their romance a secret from everyone--especially from Pastor Joe? The four-volume "Becka Bailey" set tells the story of Becka Bailey, a Seventh-day Adventist girl growing up in the modern-day Pacific Northwest.
The Mystery of Israel
The Mystery of Israel
By Jacques B. Doukhan

The Jews are only a fraction of 1 percent of the world's population. So why do they continue to occupy center stage in world affairs? An Adventist scholar of Jewish heritage, attempts to unravel the mystery of Israel by taking a closer look at the scriptural evidence.
They Took John's Torch
They Took John's Torch
By Maud O'Neil

This book recaptures the stories of the early Celtic missionaries who represented Christianity in its most beautiful form.
The Truth Seekers
The Truth Seekers
By Myrtle A. Pohle

Within the pages of this book is the saga of Hispanic Churches settling in the Southwest. 
Unshakable Faith
Unshakable Faith
By Mark Finley and Steven Mosley

In this book, you will embark on an unforgettable journey to discover “unshakable faith”. 
Visions or Seizures
Visions or Seizures
By Donald I. Peterson

In recent years a number of critics have revived the old allegation that Ellen White’s visions were due to temporal lobe epilepsy resulting from an injury she received when she was nine years old. In this book Dr. Peterson thoroughly explodes this theory.