On this page I share some of the links that I have found helpful in study. All of them are faithful to truth and loyal to the church as far as I can tell. That doesn't mean that they all have identical understandings of truth—there are certainly shades of meaning—but generally speaking they are loyal to truth.
I also share a bit about key words and why studying with the added understanding that comes with using key words is so helpful in learning about truth.—Dan
This page provides information on how to study the writings of Ellen White more deeply, including how to search using phrases in quotation marks, boolean search and using key words that reflect the rich vocabulary of Ellen White.
We enjoy an ocean of resources as a church. Between the writings of Ellen White and the archived publications and books one could spend many lifetimes reading and never get through everything that is available. Unfortunately many members are unacquainted with these resources and/or do not know where to find them. Accordingly I share some of the more important sites that will prove helpful to your study.—Dan
This is the main site of the church. Most of the departments have a web page and often provide helpful resources.
This is a key site on revival in our church. Many resources are available here.
This is the Biblical research arm of the denomination. On their site you will find many helpful articles on the beliefs and practices of Seventh-day Adventists.
This is the official site of the White Estate. It is a source of much written and audio information, and to be visited.
This is a wonderful resource of thousands of pages of her writings as well as the writings of other important writers of earlier years in the church. If you click on the little box at the end of each quote, you will find where the same quote is translated in other languages.
This organization owns and operates four important historic sites that are significant to the development of the SDA Church. The sites are located in Michigan, Maine, and New York. Should you be traveling in these states and have the time, be sure to visit the sites. The organization's website also provides helpful resources on individual people and events in our history.
Here is a veritable ocean of information and resources that one can spend many lifetimes reading. I am grateful that the church has made these resources available to members and others anywhere in the world. I only share links for magazines, books and Sabbath School Quarterlies, but there are many more.
Here you will find thousands of issues of the various periodicals published by the church from the beginning. For example there are more than 7,000 issues of the Review and Herald on line that you can download to read in pdf format.
You can find more than 100 books that are available for free as downloads. Some of them are priceless, like Froom's Conditionalist Faith Of Our Fathers, etc.
You can find most of the Sabbath School Quarterlies that were ever published. What a resource for teachers and Sabbath School leaders.
I have already mentioned the Adventist archive and its treasure trove of resources.
This is a wonderful resource of books that can be downloaded as pdfs and books to buy if you are so inclined.
This site has many documents unavailable elsewhere on our pioneers and our history.
There are various sites that host online sermons. This is only one of them.
This is a much listened to website when it comes to listening to sermons.
There are many Bible Study sites that are excellent and helpful. Here are a few of them.
This is a wonderful resource and is used by many parents.
My Bible First produces resources to help parents and churches capture the interest of children and youth, help these young people give their hearts to Jesus, and help them learn to love and know the Bible. Age-appropriate curriculum is available for every age group starting with children under 3.