Love Under Fire

October 11th, 2012

Love Under FireVisionary4Kids issue on Love Under Fire investigates the final cosmic conflict raging between Christ and His angels and Satan and his angels. The magazine has a powerful personal testimony from David Asscherick, who changed from a punk rocker to an Adventist Pastor was been convicted of his need to change his life path after reading Ellen G. White’s most powerful book The Great Controversy. Visionary is available both online at the Visionary4Kids.org Web site and as an insert in the October 13, 2012 issue of Guide Magazine. A new issue of Visionary is released the second week of every quarter (January, April, July, & October). Visionary is targeted for kids aged 8-14. It is filled with great stories, answers to questions about God, the Bible, living for Jesus, plus puzzles!

Gifted to Serve

July 12th, 2012

Visionary4Kids issue on one been Gifted to Serve is available both online at the Visionary4Kids.org Web site and as an insert in the July 14, 2012 issue of Guide Magazine. A new issue of Visionary is released the second week of every quarter (January, April, July, October). Visionary is targeted for kids aged 8-14. It is filled with great stories, answers to questions about God, the Bible and living for Jesus, plus puzzles! In this issue we focus on using ones talents for God, learning to not be fearful, and trusting in God more.  There’s even a Bible study about prophets in the last days! Also, what the tests of of a true prophet is.

It’s all about Jesus

April 16th, 2012

Vez-Q2 2012 CoverVisionary4Kids Mission to Planet Earth issue  is available both online at Visionary4Kids.org and as insert in the April 14, 2012 issue of Guide Magazine. A new issue of Visionary is published the second week of every quarter (January, April, July, & October). Visionary is a great magazine for kids ages 8-14. There are fun stories, answers to common questions, puzzles, and activities. In this issue we focus on what was Jesus’ mission to our earth for? Find out the reason why he was born as a babe in Bethlehem. Learn what His mission was and how he discovered the purpose for His life at age 12. Learn how to become a friend of Jesus and grow your relationship with Him. Find out more in this issue of Visionary!

What’s in My Future?

February 10th, 2012

The Great ControversyVisionary4Kids End Time Events issue  is available both online at Visionary4Kids.org Web site and as insert in the January 14, 2012 issue of Guide Magazine. A new issue of Visionary is available the second week of every quarter (January, April, July, & October). Visionary is a magazine targeted for kids ages 8-14. It is full of fun stories, answers to common questions, puzzles, and activities. In this issue we focus on the importance of “being ready for the 2nd coming of Jesus.” Find out what the Great Controversy between Jesus and Satan is all about. Learn from the Bible that we have nothing to fear if we put our trust in Jesus. Learn how to share with others God’s plan for His children. Find out all this and more in this issue of Visionary!

The Holy Bible

February 2nd, 2012

The Holy BibleVisionary4Kids this quarter investigates the origins of the English Bible. The magazine is available both online at Visionary4Kids.org Web site and as an insert in the October 8, 2011 issue of Guide Magazine. Do you know what makes the Bible so special? Is having a devotional life important? Find out how Bible study can help! Also, in this issue we look at how the reformation was inspired by the Bible becoming available in the language of the people. Until the sixteenth century the Bible was only available in Latin and only the priests were able to read and interpret the scriptures. But now with William Tyndale’s Bible everyone could read the Bible for themselves.

Benefits of Adventist Education

January 26th, 2012

Adventist EducationVisionary4Kids this quarter looks at the benefits of an Adventist Education. The magazine is available both online at Visionary4Kids.org Web site and as an insert in the July 16, 2011 issue of Guide Magazine. In this issue we study the merits of a Christ centered learning environment in Adventist Schools. You may have asked some of the following questions: Why should I attend an Adventist school when all my friends go to a public school. Is there more to learning than getting a well rounded education? Why do we have Adventist schools? Why is there such a fuss made about teaching creation? Is it still important? Isn’t evolution now the universally accepted truth? Adventist Education is too expensive; is it still worth it? Find out answers to these questions and more in this issue of Visionary.

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Death Need Not be the End

January 18th, 2012

Visonary for Kids--Q2-2011Visionary4Kids this quarter takes a look at the issue of “What happens after you die.” It is available both online at the Visionary4Kids.org Web site and as an insert in the April 16, 2011 issue of Guide Magazine. In this issue we focus on understanding what the Bibles says about life after death. What happens to a person when they die? Can dead people see and talk to us? Do they go straight to heaven? Will everyone be resurrected? Who will be raised up at the 2nd coming of Jesus? There’s a complete Bible study full of promises of the resurrection and eternal life, so you can share the truth about what happens when a person dies!

Origins of 7th-day Adventism

January 12th, 2011

Origins of 7th-day AdventismVisionary4Kids issue on Adventist Origins is available both online at the Visionary4Kids.org Web site and as an insert in the January 15, 2011 issue of Guide Magazine. A new issue of Visionary is released the second week of every quarter (January, April, July, October). Visionary is targeted for kids aged 8-14. It is filled with great stories, answers to questions about God, the Bible and living for Jesus, plus puzzles and activities. In this issue we focus on the beginnings of the Seventh-day Adventist church. Who started the Adventist denomination? Does it matter what church I attend? Where did the name “Seventh-day Adventist” come from? There’s even a Bible study that traces the birth of the SDA church from Scripture!

A Missing Hairnet

October 20th, 2010

This is Ellen White’s shortest vision that helped a young girl learn the importance of always telling the truth. This is a re-enactment of the vision. It was filmed on location at “Elmshaven,” Ellen White’s retirement home in California.

The heritage nugget clip is part of Mondays program from NADs Adventist Education Week of Prayer DVD. It was filmed in partnership with Adventist Education, Adventist Mission, and the Ellen G. White Estate. Order your free DVD (+shipping) today from AdventSource.com

That’s Not Trash

October 18th, 2010

City Recycling CenterI stood in line and watched as trash rolled down the chute and along the conveyer belt in front of me. A horrible stench filled the room. It was Community Service Day at our school, and I had volunteered to work at the city’s recycling center.

When we arrived, we were all assigned a task. Mine was white plastics. I stood there for hours, sorting through the pile of trash and picking out all the white plastic containers.

Although it wasn’t a very pleasant job, I’m glad I got to do it. I got to learn a little more about the recycling process and to see what happens when people choose to recycle. Instead of ending up in a landfill somewhere, these trash items were going to be recycled and reused. That’s part of taking care of our Earth. We can help by recycling what we can.

Did you know that Ellen White was a recycler too? Instead of throwing away old clothes, she found a way to reuse them by making them into rag carpets. She wrote, “Nothing that can be utilized should be thrown away” (Child Guidance 135).

Next time you’re about to throw something away, ask yourself, “Is this really trash?”