Interested in planning a study on the Great Controversy or Adventist History? Now is a great time to prepare, especially if you’d like to finish the unit in time to coincide with Protestant Reformation Day- October 31st, when Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenburg.
Here is a list of FREE Seventh-day Adventist Resources to help you plan your study. Some of the links are more extensive or will take more time to use than others, so plan now to review them to choose the ones that fit the needs and learning styles of your household.
Truth Triumphant for Youth- A 23 chapter story of the Church in the Wilderness first published by Pacific Press in 1944. Would work great as a read-aloud for the month of October. Engaging reading full of pictures and diagrams.
October 31st is a great day for a one-day unit study. Why? That is the day that Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the Castle Church of Wittenburg in 1517. Many Christian homeschoolers take this day (or longer!) to consider the Protestant Reformation. There are lots of excellent resources available – we are sharing these ideas with you now to help you plan ahead for a study of church history.
A popular unit study topic with SDA homeschoolers is Adventist missions. Enliven your study by looking through SDA mission quarterlies from as early as 1912. What an exciting way to bring church history to life!
The General Conference Archives contains nearly 100 years of past quarterlies in digital form. Click HERE to go directly to the Archives listing of available quarterlies.
Here is an excellent resource if you are studying Adventist history with your children. Click the image above to find the coloring pages. These coloring pages would make great illustrations for student-written biographies, timelines or notebooking pages. Source: Adventist Heritage Ministry