Choose an Online Bible Study

Want to keep learning? There’s always more to discover within the pages of the Bible.

Find out more about Jesus, humanity, the plan of salvation, and how God loves you enough to sacrifice everything, just to give you a chance to choose Him.

But sometimes it can be hard to know where to start. That’s why the Seventh-day Adventist Church offers free online Bible study options you can do anytime, anywhere, and at your own pace.

Here are our recommendations:

Discover Bible Guides

These sets of online Bible studies have been popular among new Seventh-day Adventists and those wanting to prepare for baptism. They are simple, straightforward, and user-friendly. The goal is to break down the Bible’s complex concepts into bite-sized pieces, which can lead you to the answers of life’s most challenging questions.

You can choose an overview study, a focus on Bible prophecy, a focus on Jesus and the Gospel message, and more. There are even study programs for kids, too!

Amazing Facts

Here you’ll find many choices in how to go about your Bible study. Amazing Facts, a major Seventh-day Adventist media ministry, operates a free online Bible school and correspondence course, though there are also plenty of resources for a self-directed study on subjects you select to learn about.

Choose from a variety of Bible study guides and topical ebooks, or sign up for daily devotionals or verse-of-the-day messages.

It Is Written

This Seventh-day Adventist media evangelism ministry offers 25 free Bible study guides you can receive through email.

You’ll learn about the major themes within the Bible through a question/answer-oriented format, which helps in applying spiritual truths to your daily life.

A Picture of God

This collection of topical Bible study guides cover commonly-discussed spiritual subjects. You’ll be given lessons to read, as well as audio options and coursework to help you process and apply what you learn.

It is a narrative-style series that takes you through the story of the Great Controversy—which covers the fall of humanity from Satan’s original temptation in the Garden of Eden, how Satan became the Devil, and the Plan of Salvation God had in place to redeem humanity.

Didn’t find your answer? Ask us!

We understand your concern of having questions but not knowing who to ask—we’ve felt it ourselves. When you’re ready to learn more about Adventists, send us a question! We know a thing or two about Adventists.