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Seventh-day Adventist Church, Reform Movement, American Union
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Project Completed!

Sabbath School Lessons for Primary, Junior, Earliteen, and Youth are updated and redesigned with color pictures

There are 12 Lesson books for each age group–a total of 48 books. In the Store, see Ebooks for downloadable files. You may want to purchase all of the Ebooks to have available on your computer so you will have the information readily at hand to select the appropriate book for a child, a class, or others.

The Lesson books are available. Position your mouse over the STORE tab above, and click on the age group you wish to choose from.

These Lessons were developed to give the children and youth a spiritual foundation in basic Bible teachings. They also provide the children with opportunities to practice using their own Bibles from the very first lesson to find answers to challenging questions, all the while learning to see the holy Word as the source of knowledge.

Here are a few other ways in which these Lesson books may be a blessing.

  • Individuals: Individual study at one's own pace; outreach to family and friends as study guides for children, young people, and also adults
  • Families: 
    Workbooks for children and youth to study at their own pace, with parents joining in the study and/or checking their work
  • Churches and Groups: Sabbath School class study as well as supplemental lessons for new members and even experienced believers to study individually or in small groups
  • Sharing with neighbors and friends on topics in which they and their children are interested

 

 

July AU Newsletter

In the July American Union Newsletter is the invitation to the 2019 American Union Conference, which will be held Friday, December 20, through Wednesday, December 25, in Florida. See the invitation on pages 1 and 2 for details and the Reservation Form.

Daily Inspiration

"The Lord executeth righteousness and judgment for all that are oppressed." Psalm 103:6