Sabbath School & PM 4+

The official GC app


Designed for iPad

    • 4.9 • 19.1K Ratings
    • Free


Welcome to the official Sabbath School and Personal Ministries app of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, powered by Adventech. The perfect app for studying and sharing God’s Word!

Studying Sabbath School has never been easier. Now you can take your Sabbath School Bible study guide with you wherever you go. App content and features include:
- Adult Sabbath School Bible study guide, in both standard and easy reading editions, and the new InVerse Bible study guide for young adults
- Ellen White notes under each day’s reading
- Teacher notes and the Hope Sabbath School Outline for teachers
- Multiple language support
- Links to Bible references in 5 different Bible versions
- Type notes and highlight text
- Simple and easy to use interface
- Dark mode option

The General Conference is partnering with Adventech to develop all new content and additional features. Future upgrades will include:
- Sabbath School lessons for all ages of children and youth
- Sabbath School resources for leaders and teachers
- Personal Ministries resources to aid in soul-winning and discipleship
- Increased language support
- Teaching and training on video/audio
- Ability to accept handwritten notes using a stylus

What’s New

Version 3.4.0

This new version includes translations for Catalan language.

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
19.1K Ratings

19.1K Ratings

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I absolutely love this program and I am so very glad that each day has sister Whites notes, she clarifies so clearly. However, the past two weeks my notes and the highlights of your notes that I make are getting erased after I have completed my lesson study and closed up the program. And I did not get a pop up notice to erase my notes. In the three or four years i have been using your app this has never happened before. Is there a way to save if so I haven’t found it. Thank you again for such a great program i am handicapped and use 2 Canadian crutches so it makes it easier for me to be able to slip my iPad into my purse and not worry about dropping my Sabbath school quarterly and EGWhite’s notes.

Equis_rider ,

An excellent app, with a few hiccups.

This Sabbath School app is head and shoulders above the app it replaced. I have it installed on both an iPhone and an iPad. I have no issue with its performance on the iPhone. O. The iPad, I do have a significant issue. The performance is equal on the iPad and the iPhone when connected to the internet. The problem is when I am at church, were not connected to the internet. I make notes during my daily study, but when I attempt to open the app in sabbath school, I cannot get it to open. It shows a blank page. I must then turn to my phone. There is one minor issue that I solved by following a particular operational protocol. I make notes each day as I study. The following day, when I refer to the previous day’s notes, they seem to disappear. When going back to the opening page, selecting the week’s lesson, and going day by day, my notes become visible again.

This app is excellent. I wish it would allow me to cut and pace from the Bible and the spirit of prophecy to allow more extensive notes.

Rrjunkmail ,

A very good app

This is my primary study app. There are a few minor complaints I have:
Occasionally the app doesn't match the printed quarterly and is missing lead in verses for the day. I have a few other apps, usually they are missing the same, so it's not just this app that has the problem.
One of the things I like is that it includes related writings of Ellen G White after the study. Unfortunately after a new quarter begins sometimes it takes a few days for the writings to appear. But since the other apps I've found don't include the writings at all, and it's usually updated within a day or two, this is minor.
My last complaint is that the context verses are not included in the bible references. Some of the other apps include the whole chapter and highlight the subject verses. This gives the context for what you are reading. The flip side of this is that when several verses are together, they all appear in one window, allowing you to read everything without having to tap each verse (which is especially nice when using a small screened device)
Again, these are minor complaints overall.

Things I like are the simplicity of the app. From the home screen, just tap of "Read" to be taken to today's lesson.
There are several bible translations including the KJV, NKJV, NIV and others.
There are also several additional included studies (for teachers, kids or teens, etc.)

App Privacy

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  • Contact Info

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