Discover Online seeks to help you become acquainted with the Bible and find answers for facing the issues and challenges you deal with every day. These simple online study guides will help you discover the Bible’s basic teachings and reveal what the future holds. Multiple languages supported.
These 26 Bible Guides open the Bible in a clear and concise way. You will learn to understand the Bible and enjoy reading it for the messages it contains to improve your life. This series is offered at no charge, and you will receive several free booklets as you progress through these Bible guides. The link above will take you directly to a Discover course operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church here in our local area.
Seeking to know Jesus Christ? Looking for a way to study the Bible and learn more who God really is? These studies are for you. What you are about to discover is that God is more beautiful than you’ve ever imagined. In the vast ocean of the Internet, [truth]LINK is a treasure chest of insight to the character of the Creator of the universe. Welcome…and enjoy your experience!
The New Members’ Bible Study Guide, entitled In Step With Jesus, has been prepared by the General Conference Sabbath School and Personal Ministries Department to assist in the task of making disciples. The theology that under-girds the content is based on the gospel commission (Matt. 28:19, 20), and on three characteristics that Jesus gave for identifying His disciples:
- Disciples love God completely and others as themselves (John 13:35).
- Disciples understand and obey the Word of God (8:31).
- Disciples bear fruit (15:8).
In Step With Jesus, a series of four Bible study guides in print format, contains a total of 52 lessons. It is a valuable new resource for assisting new members to connect with church members and with God. It will help them understand and follow God’s Word, will demonstrate how to minister to others, and will equip them for discipleship during that all important first year of church membership.
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. However, with your help, much younger children will benefit from and enjoy the lessons also. This makes these lessons a valuable resource for the entire family.
KidsBibleinfo.com, has grown out of Bibleinfo.com, an international Bible information ministry proclaiming God’s Word as the Source of wise counsel and direction in these confusing times. Established in 1996 Bibleinfo.com has grown to include 14 languages with thousands visiting every day. Many of those visitors have been children, although Bibleinfo.com was never designed as a children’s site. Specifically for children ages 6 to 12, this site presents the wonderful truths of Scripture in an easy-to-read and attractive format. The main components of this website are Bible Topics, Stories, Games, and a Bible Lesson Series. The site seeks to present topics in a way that allows parents to be actively involved, and keep track of the good things that their children are learning.
Sabbath School Net provides an online version of the official Seventh-day Adventist Adult Sabbath School Lesson. However, the website is not affiliated with or endorsed by the Sabbath School Department of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Also, it is good to note the administrators of Sabbath School Net do not necessarily agree with the opinions expressed in the blog posts or the comments published on this site.
Sabbath School University, a weekly half-hour satellite broadcast, first hit the airwaves in early 2002. It was produced at the Adventist Media Center in southern California, but since that time, it has become ever more cosmopolitan in bringing the week’s Sabbath School lesson to young adults around the world. It has been produced at studios at the Adventist Media Centre in Sydney, Australia, on the campus of Andrews University, the Adventist Media Centre on the campus of Helderburg College, South Africa, and is now hosted back on the campus of Andrews University.