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testimonials regarding the value of Adventist education


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    A Christian School in a Foreign Land Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Brown tells the story of a young woman who sends her son to Kingsway College.

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    Adventist School or Not Kindergarten-Grade 12
    McLeod addresses the motivation and criteria for sending children to Adventist schools.

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    Being Transformed - Why Adventist Education Exists Tertiary-Lifelong
    Ted Wilson gives an overview of the purpose, mission and unique qualities of Adventist Education.

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    Cleon White - Why I Believe in Adventist Education Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Cleon White, principal of Andrews Academy at the time of writing, shares why he believes in Adventist Education.

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    Father of Preachers Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Johnson tells of the life and ministry of Dr. C.E. Mosely Jr and the impact he's had on Adventist education.

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    Give Them Some Truth Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "A parent’s testimony on the meaning and relevance of Christian education"

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    Give Them Some Truth Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A parent explains why, in a world where many are throwing out the idea of right and wrong in favor of a 'shades of grey' approach, he chooses to send his daughters to an Adventist school where truth is still sought after and believed in. He also briefly describes...

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    Id Rather Go without Food to Keep My Children in a Christian School - A Mother's Motivation Kindergarten-Lifelong
    A single mother putting six children through Adventist school explains why, in her mind, there is no other option. Article is titled, “I’d Rather Go Without Food to keep My Children in a Christian School” Says Mother.

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    If Walls Could Talk Kindergarten-Grade 12
    In this short article, Dawna Beausoleil shares why she supports Christian education. She states that the true purpose of an Adventist Christian education is to prepare students for eternity. The educator's role is to point students to Christ who desires to...

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    JAE Editorial: Parochial and Proud of It! Kindergarten-Lifelong
    What does "parochial" mean? It means excellence, focus, community, and commitment. In this editorial, Karen Graham presents her stance on the potential of both private and public education. Articles include:
    Can...

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    JAE Editorial: The Way to Plan Tertiary-Lifelong
    Dulan promotes Adventist education as the best way to prepare children for eternity in this General Conference 2005 edition of the Journal of Adventist Education. Using the analogy of workers carefully preparing a baseball field for a game, he notes the important...

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    JAE Editorial: Why Support Christian Education? A Personal Testimony Grade 1-Lifelong
    Fowler shares a personal story illustrating why he believes Christian education is important. Adventist education made him aware of the big picture of God's world, the meaning and destiny of life, and a biblical worldview.

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    Making a Difference Kindergarten-Grade 12
    McLeod discusses the difference that teachers can make in the lives of students, giving some examples.

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    No Apologies Offered Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Chant compares Adventist education to the Great Controversy and believes that we have no apologies to make for our educational system.

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    Ode to Adventist Education Kindergarten-Tertiary
    Investing in Adventist education is a decision the Brooks family has never regretted. In their words, "Adventist education does not cost a lot—it pays a lot!"

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    Seven Reasons I Must Send My Child to an Adventist School Tertiary-Lifelong
    Read this article to find seven compelling reasons why Adventist education is "worth fighting to keep, and worth sacrificing for."

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    Seventh-day Adventist Education: A Unique Experience Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Lee Richards shares a conversation with a public school teacher regarding the differences between public and private education. He notes that private schools don't necessarily do a better job of educating students, but rather a different job. Shared and discussed...

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    Survivors - Are You Ready? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Hall compares Adventist Education to the television show 'Survivor' and presents points from the book How to Kill Adventist Education - and How to Give It a Fighting Chance!

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    The Adventist Edge in Teaching Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Marshall compares Adventist Education to 1 Cor. 9:24, where Paul describes running the race, and states that it must be run with purpose.

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    The Cost of Adventist Education Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This PowerPoint presentation addresses the cost and benefit of Adventist education. Using comparisons with items such as dinner out, airline tickets, and getting your wisdom teeth pulled Lonnie Hetterle establishes that Christian education is a real bargain.

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    The Difference Adventist Education Makes Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A graduate reflects on the impact of Adventist education on her life.

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    Why I Am Proud of Seventh-day Adventist Christian Education Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Dave D. Higgins shares what makes him proud of being a part of the Seventh-day Adventist education system in Canada. He discusses the following aspects: Christ-centered education, special commission, divine origin, education based on truth, education that...

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    Why Teach in an Adventist School? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Betty Bayer writes about the struggles and questions that come with teaching in an Adventist school during these times and shares her convictions as to why it is a good choice.

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    Written Off... Thats for an Auditor Grade 7-Grade 12
    Langdon gives an example of how students can be "written off" as auditors would do, and discusses how the teacher's attitude toward the student can determine their success or failure. He then continues to show the value Adventist education places...