How does a Christian teacher function faithfully and effectively in a secular society? Although not a simple matter to address or resolve, this issue is one that has become increasingly relevant, given trends in contemporary culture.
Adults may give little thought to having role models, but many have mentors—individuals whom they trust to guide them forward.
Preparing a Bible lesson requires a different set of criteria from any other lesson in the curriculum. These lessons deal with cognitive, affective, and spiritual dimensions of life and have the potential to inspire students to change their world for the better, not for selfish reasons, but for godly inspired reasons.
Students will be immersed in the study of Creation, grounded in the biblical foundations of the Adventist worldview, and have daily opportunities to explore science, health, and nature through active learning.
Summer bridge programs have become increasingly numerous and important across the United States, as a growing number of students are applying for college without having adequate college-level skills in key areas, especially reading, writing, and math.
Some scholars allow evolutionary science to guide their understanding of theology, attempting to make their theology fit the latest scientific paradigms. But recent episodes in science remind us that this is not the wisest approach.