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Grab a Book This Summer With These Recommendations

With the summer season upon us, it’s time to grab relaxing reads for the
beach and new ideas for healthy, light meals.

Check out our “must-read” list below, then stop by LivingWell in Silver Spring, Md., or AdventSource.


Afro-veganWith more than 100 modern and delicious dishes that draw on Terry’s personal memories as well as the history of food that has traveled from the African continent, Afro-Vegan takes readers on an international food journey.

Plantyou: Plant-based eating doesn`t have to be complicated! The delicious recipes in this easy-to-follow cookbook are guaranteed to keep you inspired and motivated.


God's Big Big Church: Preschoolers will love learning that their time and place at church is important and they`re a special part of God`s big, big family!

Newly Release Guide AppGuide, the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s weekly publication for juniors and earliteens, has announced the launch of its new website and a mobile app.

“We’ve talked about an app for Guide magazine for years,” says Guide webmaster Kim Peckham. “It was a little strange that we didn’t have one available. Sort of like a large church not streaming their worship service.

The Sabbath Was Made for Me: Columbia Union members Jamie and John Domm wrote The Sabbath Was Made for Me, an illustrated book that explains the importance of the seventh day Sabbath in easy-to-understand terms for young children. 


Devotionals, Growth and Encouragement

21-Day Reset: Research tells us that it takes 21 days to form new habits and break old ones. Community of Hope Pastor Paul Graham wrote this in-depth study of the Book of John, with the goal of resetting your life in 21 days by discovering a biblical framework that shatters any beliefs or assumptions you may have regarding breaking bad habits or addictions and replacing them with habits that help you and honor Christ.

It's Good to Be QueenGain wisdom from a legendary royal! Longing to deepen her understanding of God`s ways, the queen of Sheba traveled to Jerusalem to sit at Solomon`s feet. In It`s Good to be Queen, Liz Curtis Higgs invites you to join this celebrated woman as she learns how to be bold, seek counsel, admit wrongdoing, and above all else, to honor the King of Kings.

Listening in the MorningFilled with insight and inspiration, these 80 devotional readings will encourage you in your high calling as an Adventist teacher.



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