Homeward Bound marks a century’s passing since the death of Ellen G. White and is a special collection that covers some of the major themes she wrote about through the years. Some of the topics covered include surrender and acceptance, victory in Christ, a united church, and the great controversy. [Click for more info ->]
These selected readings focus on God’s great love for us, reflecting the fact that He is deeply interested in every aspect of our daily lives. We invite you to read each day’s devotional with His great love for you in mind, trusting that as you meditate on each passage you will come to appreciate more than ever how much God cares for you.
A common topic throughout Ellen White's prolific writings is healthy living. She believed that the use of artificial drugs and drug-taking accounted for a great many deaths that could have been avoided had the doctor and patient faithfully relied upon God and His plan for health and healing.
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These "notebook leaflets"—which were first published in the 1920s—printed to make available to ministers and gospel workers choice materials that are found in the Ellen G White manuscript and letter files.
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These nine sermons were presented by Ellen G. White at the General Conference Session and the General Conference Institute which preceded the 1888 session in Minneapolis, Minnesota. [Click for more info ->]
This is a wonderful compilation on the life of the biblical hero Moses. Through the various writings of Ellen G White, readers can follow the life of this extraordinary man, finding lessons to be learned from not only his successes but his failures as well. Moses was no perfect man, but he led a life of complete service to Christ and is counted among the great leaders of Christianity.
As Christians, our responsibility is to share with others what God has shown to us. Ellen G. White had much to say about this responsibility—and the transforming effect of beholding Christ. This complete change of heart affects not only the spiritual life but also the physical, mental, and social. [Click for more info ->]
How did our world get so messed up? Why is there suffering? Where did evil come from? Will it ever end? Questions like these trouble many a thinking person. Science has no answers to them and philosophy has many conflicting answers. Where can we find the truth? [Click for more info ->]