Sabbath School University, a weekly half-hour satellite broadcast, first hit the airwaves in early 2002. It was produced at the Adventist Media Center in southern California, but since that time, it has become ever more cosmopolitan in bringing the week’s Sabbath School lesson to young adults around the world. It has been produced at studios at the Adventist Media Centre in Sydney, Australia, on the campus of Andrews University, the Adventist Media Centre on the campus of Helderburg College, South Africa, and is now hosted back on the campus of Andrews University.
The lively discussion is based on the week’s Sabbath School lesson and offers creative approaches to the way in which it may be presented. Guests from all over the world bring a refreshing richness to the program.1