Mission to Black America: The true story of James Edson White and the riverboat Morning Star Ron Graybill’s Mission to Black America remains as singular and significant an achievement as it was when first published nearly 50 years ago. It is a page-turner, accessible to readers across the spectrum of age groups and educational levels, and grounded in historical research of the highest caliber. That’s singular! It is also an... More Information Authentic Adventism In this heartfelt follow-up to his book Where Are We Headed? Adventism after San Antonio, Dr. William Johnsson candidly and personally addresses issues that concern so many Seventh-day Adventists. With characteristic grace and care, he focuses our attention once again on Jesus Christ, our hope and Savior. Bill Johnsson, Author Order in... More Information In All Humility: Saying No to Last Generation Theology The proponents of Last Generation Theology are convinced that just before the end of this world there will be a last generation that has gained a complete victory over sin. This is when probation has closed and Christ has finished His work in His heavenly sanctuary. Those who are part of this last generation... More Information The Struggle for the Prophetic Heritage: Issues in the conflict for control of the Ellen G. White publications 1930-1939 Gilbert Valentine is a recently retired Professor of Leadership and Administration at La Sierra University in Riverside, California. He has both taught and served in senior administration in Adventist higher education in Pakistan, England, Thailand and Australia as well as in his home country, New Zealand. He has written extensively in the area of... More Information Where Are We Headed?: Adventism After San Antonio San Antonio was a tipping point in the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. History may come to regard the General Conference Session of 2015 as a moment comparable to the 1888 Minneapolis convocation, when dramatically differing views of the church came face to face. In “Where Are We Headed?” William Johnsson looks at... More Information Adventist Authority Wars Known for their provocative approach, George Knight’s books have a wide readership around the world. Adventist Authority Wars, Ordination, and the Roman Catholic Temptation, following his usual style, raises denominational issues that many would like to keep buried. He not only raises the issues but points to possible solutions. George R. Knight, Author [caption id="attachment_15439" align="alignleft"... More Information Simple Gifts William G. Johnsson has written books on subjects of great theological complexity, using a structuralist and religio-historical approach to analyze the book of Hebrews, for instance. This is not that kind of book. He has written books examining the modern-day church, asking if it can survive fragmentation, differences, and division. This isn’t that kind of book either. This... More Information ENJOYING YOUR BIBLE John Brunt’s splendid gifts as a expert scholar of the Bible and a beloved pastor come together in this practical guide to the study of scripture. Anyone interested in a fresh approach to Bible study will find in this book one treasure after another. I know of no other author who can do more... More Information

Oak and Acorn Publishing is a new enterprise that has already had a major impact, making a name for itself as the cutting-edge producer of the books everyone in the Adventist Church is talking about. Its two titles in the past year are Where Are We Headed? Adventism After San Antonio by William G. Johnsson, and Adventist Authority Wars, Ordination, and the Roman Catholic Temptation by George R. Knight. Each book deals with the complex issues the Church faces in changing times and offers hope and guidance for a bright future. Oak and Acorn looks forward to publishing more exciting titles soon.