The General Conference of the Church of God (Seventh Day) believes strongly in developing print and online resources to equip and enrich our members.

Bible Advocate

Founded in 1863, the Bible Advocate is one of the oldest religious magazines in America, and is distributed bimonthly in print and online. The magazine offers content on Bible doctrine, current social and religious issues, Christian living, practical teachings on Bible topics, textual or biblical book studies, and personal experience. Read the Bible Advocate online

Now What?

Now What? is a monthly e-zine almost entirely made up of personal experience stories that show people’s struggles that either led them to faith in Christ or deepened their walk with God. Some stories also include resources for such things as addictions, mental illness, and grief. Read Now What? online


How does a congregation do church right? Our bimonthly newsletter, Churchright, shows how by cultivating a “culture of excellence” among Church of God (Seventh Day) members. It also communicates relevant news in the denomination. Read Churchright online

Bible Curriculum

Our Bible curriculum and study guides on various Bible topics help local churches and study groups deepen their knowledge of God and His Word. Lessons are available for adults, junior high, and senior high youth; intermediate students (grades 4, 5, and 6); and primary students (grades 1, 2, and 3). These studies are also suitable for individuals to use in home settings.

Understanding Scripture

Want to gain a deeper understanding of the Bible on your own? Our Bible study materials guide you through each book of the Bible.  We also have an extensive catalog of tracts available in English and Spanish: .

Light for Life

The Light for Life tract series addresses current concerns in society. While Jesus and Christianity may be popular topics today, what folks believe about the foundations of the faith, and the conclusions they draw, are based on little—if any—Bible knowledge. Light for Life tracts focus on such topics as freedom for homosexuals, fear, and addictions. Order copies by e-mail (; phone (303-452-7973); or regular mail (P.O. Box 33677, Denver, CO 80233).

Other Materials

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