52 Sabbath Activities for Teens
52 Sabbath Activities for Teens
By Don Pate

Here are 52 activities to make Sabbath special for teens. Each activity section provides step-by-step instructions and tells what preparation and materials are needed and the minimum time required for the activity. A valuable resource for youth leaders, teachers, and pastors.
52 Things to do on Sabbath
52 Things to do on Sabbath
By Glen Robinson

This book offers practical suggestions for Sabbath activities to make the day a delight for both adults and children.
A Day for Healing
A Day for Healing
By John C. Brunt

A Day for Healing examines these miracles with the intent of helping Sabbath-keepers understand what Jesus was trying to teach us, and to demonstrate what the Sabbath is─and what it is not. 
A Family Guide to Sabbath Nature Activities
A Family Guide to Sabbath Nature Activities
By Eileen E. Lantry

“What can we do on Sabbath?” This question is raised all too often by both children and parents. This book is a guide to help you answer the question.
Latter-day Saints and the Sabbath
Latter-day Saints and the Sabbath
By Russel J. Thomsen

First published in 1971 and rereleased as a Heritage Classic, Latter-day Saints and the Sabbath, describes the beginnings of the Latter Day Saints movement and the history of the Sabbath within their church. 
Lovely Lord of the Lord's Day
Lovely Lord of the Lord's Day
By Glenn and Ethel Coon

This book, Lovely Lord of the Lord's Day, is written with the prayer that the reader will learn the philosophy of our Lord as seen in the Sabbath. We must if we are to enter into its rare delight and find that the entire life is imbued with the principles of heaven.
The Magnificent Seventh
The Magnificent Seventh
By Kenneth J. Holland

In this little book, the author writes about the Sabbath day as a day of joy for all Christians. He writes about the relevance and history of it and how we should apply this magnificent day to our lives. 
Making  Sabbath Special
Making Sabbath Special
By Celeste Perrino Walker

Popular author Céleste perrino Walker provides ample evidence that Sabbath is more than a day with a list of “don’ts” extending from one sunset to the other. We’ve got something to celebrate!
The Sabbath and the Sabbath Day
The Sabbath and the Sabbath Day
By Arthur W. Spalding

What is the Sabbath to you? Is it an obligation or a job? Is it a nuisance? In The Sabbath and the Sabbath Day, Arthur W. Spalding wishes to convey to Seventh-day Adventists, especially Seventh-day Adventist young people what the Sabbath really is and what the Sabbath day is really for. 
The Safest Place on Earth
The Safest Place on Earth
By Mark Finley and Steven Mosley

The Safest Place on Earth shares practical principles of living life to the absolute fullest in the midst of today’s pressures. It reveals God’s ultimate answer to anxiety.
The Saturday-Sunday Shuffle
The Saturday-Sunday Shuffle
By Russell Holt

If it’s only a question of Saturday or Sunday—the seventh day of the week or the first—it isn’t worth discussing.  Sincere Christians observe both days. But if it’s a question of “the truth that is in Jesus” (Ephesians 4:2), that would make a difference. 
The Early Christian Sabbath
The Early Christian Sabbath
By Frank H. Yost

The Early Christian Sabbath will uncover the truth of the Sabbath and how tradition has sought to accomplish its unauthorized work upon the Sabbath of Jesus and the apostles. 
When God Made Rest
When God Made Rest
By George E. Vandeman

When God Made Rest, offers an explanation into the design and purpose of the Sabbath Commandment.  The author shows that we need God’s law, but we are not saved through that law. We’re saved by trusting in Jesus—and that’s the message of the Sabbath.