The following resources are recommended for your ministry. You can purchase these by calling AdventSource (800-328-0525), the Adventist Book Center (800-765-6955) or your local Christian bookstore.
Adventurer Activity Books and Parent Manuals are for each grade level. They contain activity sheets for both the child and adult to complete each of the curriculum activities required for earning the Adventurer class pin.
Come Meet Jesus Video Series. These videos were used during NET “98 and Net “99 and would be great for Adventurer Club activities, children’s church, children’s Sabbath School, or places where children need to be entertained during adult meetings.
How to Help Your Child Really Love Jesus, by Donna Habenicht. A child development specialist explains how children develop spiritually and offers practical suggestions on how you can help children establish a lasting friendship with God.
Margie Asks, Why Do People Have to Die? by Laura Rocke Winn. The great controversy and the state of the dead are both covered in this delightful story book for ages six through nine.
The Adventurer Staff Manual is the main resource for directing the Adventurer Club. A section on club organization contains all the information you need to start a club, plan activities and schedules, and organize staff. It describes the Adventurer uniform, and gives information on many other aspects of club organization. Pins, patches, certificates, uniforms, and awards described in the manual are all available through your local conference Adventurer office.
Your local library, school, and bookstore have materials for you to borrow or purchase which may help in running the various aspects of your club.
Visit AdventSource On-Line at www.adventsource.org/adventurer for a complete list of the latest resources available for local church leaders. You can place an order or request a catalog by calling 1-800-328-0525.
For information about additional resources and answers to your questions call the Adventist Plusline at 1-800-732-7587 or visit them on-line at www.plusline.org.