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The Adventist Digital Library exists to help spread the gospel of Jesus Christ to the world through direct and unlimited access to Adventist historical materials, as well as current resources available within copyright boundaries. By providing scholars and researchers the tools they need to publish new insights on Adventist theology and history, and by enriching the ministry of teachers, pastors, and parents, we strive to serve as a resource to guide the minds and hearts of the next generation of Christians. By making materials digitally available, we also are preserving historical items to ensure that they will be accessible for future generations.


The Adventist Digital Library is a project funded by the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Andrews University, the Association of Seventh-day Adventist Librarians, and the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists. It is governed by an executive board and has a current staff of two full time employees and university student workers.

Material Contributions

Our goal is to accept contributions of digitized and born digital materials from archives, libraries, and individuals across the world. Currently, we are proud to have contributions from the following: If you are interested in contributing to the Adventist Digital Library, please contact our content manager.

Contact Information

Eric Koester, Acting Lead Manager (269) 471-3638
Henry Gomes, Digitization Manager (269) 471-6204