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1. Schools of the Bible:

Does God have a plan for education? If so, might the educational programs He has established throughout the Bible communicate essential features of this model? Paul wrote that God’s interactions with...

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2. When a School Board Member Goes “Rogue”

Although Seventh-day Adventist school boards have significant power to influence the schools under their care, they are not independent entities. They are guided by policies created and developed by local...

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3. Plenteous Harvest, Few Laborers: Involving Adventist Schools to Bridge the Gap

“Then He said to them, ‘The harvest truly is great, but the laborers are few; therefore pray the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest’” (Luke 10:2, NKJV).1 The Southern Asia-Pacific...

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4. 10 Reasons Adventist Schools Work

(Reprinted and used with permission from North American Division Office of Education.) 1. Spiritual Focus Seventh-day Adventist schools focus on preparing students not just for success in this life, but...

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5. Church Schools as Centers of Influence in the Community:

For the past decade or more, many Seventh-day Adventist churches in North America, Europe, and some other parts of the world have struggled to succeed with traditional public evangelistic events. The...

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6. The ABC’s of Growing a Church School

A Accentuate the positive. Every school has strong points. Activate alumni. Contact them regularly with the school newsletter, and send thank-you cards for donations received. Add positive messages about...

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7. Does Teaching About Evolution in Adventist Schools Destroy Faith in God?

How many of us as Adventist teachers have heard parents say, “My kid went away to college and became an atheist”? For example, Bryan Ness recounts an anecdote regarding college students who, upon returning...

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8. Transitioning to Online School During the COVID-19 Pandemic:

Planning for any school year is a challenge, but planning for a pandemic year was not on the minds of the administration and faculty at San Gabriel Academy (SGA) in San Gabriel, California, U.S.A. Christian...

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9. Little Red School House Restoration Project

Children learned to read and write in the Little Red School House near William Miller’s farm in Whitehall, Low Hampton, New York. When belief in Christ’s soon return splintered the local Baptist church...

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10. Reading Comprehension Strategies to Improve Writing Skills in the High School English Class

The high school English curriculum is comprised of grammar, writing, vocabulary, and a variety of literary works. Some of these works are categorized as classic literature, and some are modern; however...

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Can You Hear Me Now? Psychological Issues in School Violence at Adventist Schools

  • Author: Coffen, Ronald D
  • Volume 72, Issue 01, 2009
  • Page 11
  • length: 8