Sabbath School Publications

Lessons, teaching aids and program helps, and general promotional material relating to Sabbath schools, either planned, published, or sponsored by the General Conference Sabbath School Department. From the first, Seventh-day Adventist Sabbath schools have had their own lessons and papers, beginning in 1852 in the new Youth’s Instructor with a single set of lessons designed for “children,” a term including all except adults. The differentiation of materials for various age groups came gradually, until today there are materials for eight separate divisions, from cradle roll through adults. Sabbath School Lessons. Sabbath school lessons are produced in English by the General Conference Sabbath School Department and are published in quarterlies and some weekly papers given to the childre...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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