The following list of Adventist resources support the faculty's curricular goals and research objectives and are relevant to the needs of students.
Information about the 14 Adventist colleges and unviersities in the US and Canada
Information about what adventists should know before joining the armed forces, conscientious objection and noncombatancy, and Sabbath observance in the military.
Includes breaking news, as well as news archives of the global Seventh-day Adventist church.
The flagship journal of the Seventh-day Adventist Church provides free access to some content from the monthly international issue from October 1999 to the present.
Offers helpful information and theological resource, including podcasts and a catalogue database of articles on biblical, theological, and historical studies that strengthen the Seventh-day Adventist Church's message and mission.
This is the website of the world church Youth Ministries Department. It includes news, devotionals and resources for church youth ministries.
Features sermon and other audio recordings from various adventist sources such as Generation of Youth For Christ.
Presents what the Bible says about dozens of topics. Users can ask questions, and receive a personal response.
Practical, doctrinal, and theological materials useful to Adventist Bible teachers.
Contains a growing number of Seventh-day Adventist related photographs with accompanying descriptions. A large component is photographs from Andrews University. Links to other Adventist photograph databases are provided.
The Seventh-day Adventist Curriculum and Instruction Resource Center Linking Educators (CIRCLE) provides access to 350+ browsable subjects and topics, and 5000+ searchable resources.
Launched in 1989, Dialogue is addressed to Seventh-day Adventist college and university students, teachers, chaplains, and professionals around the world. This web site presents sample articles from prior issues of the Dialogue, which may be accessed by issue, title, and author, as well as by a particular section of the journal.
A four-year "through-the-Bible" study curriculum for young people in the teen years. It uses Ellen G. White's Conflict of the Ages series to offer commentary on the Biblical text.
This site features a searchable database of the writings of Ellen G. White, some online books, and digitized archival materials.
A grassroots Adventist movement organized and led by young adults from diverse backgrounds. It encourages youth to experience revival and reformation and to work hand in hand with the Seventh-day Adventist church in taking the Three Angels' Messages to the world in this generation.
A research group dedicated to integrating science and faith. Resources for high school students include periodicals, field conferences, videos, slide shows, labs, photos, a glosary of geological terms, and links to other resources.
Weekly publication for high school and college-age kids. Features stories of how God works in the lives of today's teens as well as two advice columns.
An award-winning professional journal for Christian teachers. Each issue features informational and practical articles on a variety of topics relating to Christian education. Access More than 20-years' worth of searchable articles in PDF format.
Dedicated to the preservation of the separation of church and state with an emphasis on the Establishment and Free Exercise clauses of the US Constitution.
Contains more than 3500 photographic images and descriptions. A good proportion of the photographs are related to Loma Linda History. More are being added.
Official site of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. It includes information on beliefs, official statements, guidelines, and how the church is operated.
Provides citation indexing to over 40 past and present Seventh-day Adventist journals and magazines. Currently the index covers the years 1973 to current, with updating done in real time. The Review and Herald is currently undergoing retrospective indexing.
The obituaries in this index are found in a number of Seventh-day Adventist Church sponsored and published periodicals. It covers from 1850 to the current year.
Directory of Seventh-day Adventist conferences and institutions published by Office of Archives & Statistics of the General Conference.
This committee of the North American Division's Office of Education provides a variety of educational technology resources to fit he needs and interests of Adventist educators.
Information on an annual two-week mission trip for teenagers, ages 14-18. Projects typically take place in Latin America and India. Volunteers work together to construct churches or schools, teach Vacation Bible School, and coordinate community service activities.