Seventh-Day Adventist Church

Children's Ministry


God Encounters

“When children realise that they are a part of this story, that God’s story is also their story, that God’s story connects with their own expanding self-narratives, they become responsible for ensuring that the episodes in which they make appearances are faithful to the overall scrips.” (David Csinos and Ivy Beckwith , Children’s Ministry in the way of Jesus, 2013)


Provide an environment and experiences that allow children to encounter Jesus intimately, personally and regularly through prayer and reflection.

Use learning activities that are experiential, multisensory, engaging and varied in learning styled.

Tell awesome Bible stories and stories of faith that will reach the heart and mind.

Provide opportunities for children to experience and imagine how their personal story is intertwined with the big picture of the Bible.

Help children enter into the wonder and mystery of the Bible through discussion and questioning and to respond using their individual gifts such as art, music, construction or drama. 

For more God Encounter tips for Families, Pastors and Church Communities download our FaithShaper guide to God encounters booklet here.To download the FaithShaper God Encounters poster click here.


For more God Encounter tips for Families, Pastors and Church Communities download our FaithShaper guide to God Encounters booklet here.  


GraceLink was developed by the General Conference as our Church’s children’s Sabbath School curriculum.  It is a biblically based 12 year curriculum comprising of 624 lessons. Most lessons are story based, some on scriptural references that teach a specific doctrine. Each story has been selected to develop one of the four dynamics of the GraceLink series: grace, worship, community, and service. For more about GraceLink and more GraceLink resources click here. 

Prayer Journal & Calendar

We believe that prayer is such an essential part of spiritual development in our children. This is why we are pleased to announce that the Prayer Journal and Calendar is printed and ready to go. This is a fantastic resource for kids aged 4-12. Use it as a way to start a conversation with your kids about prayer. Discuss requests, share answers to prayer and help them discover what prayer means to them as they develop lifelong faith. Contact us to order.

My Book of Hope

This Booklet is based on Jesus life, death and resurrection. It is a handout for the many children who need to know Jesus. 

To order these contact us.  

Michael Asks Why

Michael wandered into the kitchen where Mom was chopping carrots. She smiled as he parked on a stool next to her. “ I’ve been thinking,’ he began. With those three words, Michael starts a life-changing discussion with his mother that opens his young mind to the issues behind the war of all wars. Michael Asks Why, by Sally Pierson Dillon, is a creative adaption for children of Ellen G. White’s classic The Great Controversy. 

Available as abridged version and original complete version. To get complete version contact your local Adventist Book Centre for abridged version contact us.  

Bible Timeline

This full colour, illustrated Bible timeline is free to download. It consists of 12 printable pages spanning the time from creation to Revelation. Click here to Download. Produced by the General Conference Children’s Ministries Department.

Adventist Fun-da-Mentals - infographic posters

Created by Kid's Ministry Ideas these creative infographic posters are a fantastic way to communicate the 28 fundamentals beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church to your kids in a fun easy to understand way. There are 28 separate infographic posters each one is relating to one specific fundamental.

This is a fantastic resource to have at home or church. Click here for more information or to visit Kids' Ministry Ideas to download.

28 Bible Studies for Children

This Bible study set uses a creative kid-friendly approach to the 28 fundamental beliefs, which will introduce children to the pillars of our faith. With its easy-to-understand format and interactive approach, children will quickly grasp the concepts and have fun learning. An excellent resource, Bible Adventures for Young readers is perfect for Primary-aged children to study by themselves or with their parents, in preparation for baptism, in Sabbath Schools and Bible classes. 

To order these contact us or your local Adventist Book Centre or download the PDF version's here.

Connecting With God 28 Ways

This is an evangelistic series for children that covers the 28 Fundamental Beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Connecting With God 28 Ways is perfect to run in conjunction with an adult’s evangelistic programme.If you would like a copy of this resource contact us.

Or to download the leaders manual click here. For access to a high print quality version of the leaders manual please contact us

God Loves Me 28 Ways

Written by Linda Koh, God Loves Me 28 Ways was designed as a read-it-yourself book for primary and early junior-age kids to learn about the beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. What do you believe? Each of the 28 answers to this question will provide a beautiful glimpse into the never-ending, incredibly powerful, and always present love of God.

Order from your local Adventist Book Centre.

Sing About God’s Love CD & Book

Children love to sing! Learning songs is one of the tried and true methods of teaching children. Even those too young to read can memorize simple words and melodies. Sing About God's Love contains songs to help young children begin to understand the 28 fundamental beliefs of our church.

This exciting collection of songs are all original and are written to show children how to rejoice in Jesus. Singing about God's love can be a great way to witness for Him and share His love with others.

Order from your local Adventist Book Centre.

Learn about God’s Love

Written by Linda Koh, Learn About God's Love is an activity book that can be used in conjunction with God Loves Me 28 Ways. There are activities to illustrate each of the 28 beliefs, such as word searches, fill-in-the-blanks, crossword puzzles, etc.

Order from your local Adventist Book Centre

We Can Trust the Bible 

Written by Tim Hale, We Can Trust the Bible tells exactly why we can trust the bible. Tracing the story of how Moses received a table of stone on which God had written the Ten Commandments, the prophets that had dreams and visions, and the Holy Spirit that taught and inspired the disciples.

It also shows how God preserved His Word through the darkness and persecution of the Middle Ages, and the struggle to give the Bible to the people in languages they could understand. Finally, we see how the Puritans brought the Bible to America and how archaeology proves the ancient records.

Order from your local Adventist Book Centre