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Encounter 5- Inductive Bible Study

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Bio 1-1: Irreducible Complexity

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Nehemiah: Building From Rubble

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Leading When You Cannot Speak

Posted on Thursday May 16, 2019

As we draw closer to the return of Christ, it becomes more and more urgent for us as a people to reflect the character of Christ in everything that we do. Not as mere reflectors of men’s thoughts, but as free moral beings reflecting the image of Christ, having the mind of Christ. But how … Continued

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TEACH Volume 12, Issue 2

Posted on Wednesday May 15, 2019

Concern for the overall wellbeing of our children and adolescents is growing. In his editorial, Graeme Perry introduces Wellbeing Notes, a new feature of each issue. Additional articles in Volume 12, Issue 2 (2018) of TEACH Journal of Adventist Education include: Watch Out for ‘Jack’, He’s a Real Challenge by Bianca Maggs and Marion Shields “Fetal Alcohol … Continued

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Uplifting the Sacred Art of Music in the Classroom

Posted on Monday May 13, 2019

I’ll never forget the day when my first-grade student walked into music class complaining about how boring classical music was. I rapidly made a change in my lesson plan, and told the students to put on their “imagination caps.” I told them I was going to play music for them that had a story to … Continued

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The Grace to Teach

Posted on Thursday May 09, 2019

We must teach with grace because of grace, and by grace. What kind of grace? Scandalous grace! Grace defined is the awarding of merit where merit is not deserved. The grace to teach is the realization that we have sinned, and we do not measure up to God’s standards (Romans 3:23). Yet, God’s grace abounds … Continued

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