Don’t Just Read Your Bible—Study It!
This is a 2012 NAD convention presentation on Bible study. We all believe that Bible study is a necessity for spiritual growth, but no one teaches us how to do it. In this breakout you’ll learn at least 10 different ways to make the Scriptures come alive...
A walking perfume
Dabrowski tells how we should reflect Christ by being a walking perfume and spreading His aroma.
Answers for Me - Free Support for Life's Questions and Issues!
Read nuggets of practical common sense tips for holistic Christian living, organized by topic: family life, healthy living, spiritual growth, life notes, spirit renew, Bible bay, and story harvest, or search for more.
Daniel, A Christian Wellness Model for Teachers
Daniel is a powerful, balanced Christian wellness model for all areas of the teacher's life. Spiritually, he stood firm to his values in the spiritually confused culture of Babylon. Emotionally, he healed from deportation, slavery and abuse. Relationally,...
How To Pray
"Is it possible to pray continually?" "Three steps would put you on the road: understand prayer, make prayer a daily habit, and grow in prayer."
Mental, Physical, and Spiritual Harmony from a Neuroscience Perspective
Caviness looks at the fractal theory, which a rheumatologist noted "applies not only to the brain, the heart, and the brain/body, it also applies to the immune system and, in fact, to DNA as well." Caviness also notes how it relates to spirituality....
Our Journey to Spirituality in School
Incorporating spirituality into a school is not a black and white issue, but by being intentional and emphasizing the roles of both teachers and students, schools can increase the feeling of spiritual intentionality in their halls. Livingstone Adventist Academy...
Spirit-Compatible Instruction - Teacher Bulletin Volume 10
Systematic character development from a Christian worldview is central to Adventist education. This Teacher Bulletin resource/article reminds teachers of foundational philosophy and links to quality websites with more character development tools. "Spirit...
The Need For Nature
This article summarizes some of the benefits of spending time in nature, as educators with learners, as revealed in current research and the counsel of Ellen White.
Toward an Ethics of Medical Care that Includes Care for the Spiritual
Elder notes that spiritual care is important to patient care. He argues that "the absence of intentional spiritual care is patient negligence!"
This paper was presented at the 19th Institute of Christian Teaching.
David Birkenstock talks about the story of forgiving debt in Matthew 18:21-35 and relates it to a personal experience.