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    Ahead of Their Time? The 15th Century Reformation in Russia Tertiary-Lifelong
    Zhigankov talks about the Russian Reformation and how their courageous example still challenges contemporary Christians.

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    Alexei Sergeev - Dialogue With an Adventist Art Historian in Russia Tertiary
    Alexei Sergeev answers questions including: "What makes the Hermitage a special museum?" "When did you become interested in art?" "How did you get access to a Bible?" "That was your first contact with Seventh-day Adventists?"...

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    Audacity Personified - Leading With Hope, Searching for Truth(s) Tertiary-Lifelong
    "This article examines the theme of hope within the context of my own spiritual positionality and my philosophical journey during a graduate course in Philosophy of Education—a course that I was completing as Barack Obama transitioned from presidential...

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    Chosen - Living as a Disciple in a Strange Land Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Christian discipleship occurs in relationships. It begins with responding to Jesus’ call to connect with and abide in Him. When we commune with Him regularly and participate with other believers in worshiping Him, we begin to be transformed."

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    Dealing with New Atheism - Living Your Faith in a Hostile World Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Often the best witness in a hostile world that denies your faith is a life that is consistent with the faith that you profess."

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    Dialogue Editorial: The Mark of a Christian Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Thus, the mark of a Christian is not what one wears, but what one is. Love at any cost, love at any time, love in any situation, love in the face of all odds is the distinguishing mark of following the One who commanded, 'Love one another.'”

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    Fifaia Matainaho and Teatulohi Matainaho - Dialogue with twin brothers - Adventist professional leaders in Papua New Guinea Grade 11-Tertiary
    A dialogue with twin brothers who are Adventist professional leaders in Papua New Guinea. Dr. Fifaia T. Matainaho currently serves as the director of development at Pacific Adventist University and as an environmental and chemical engineering consultant to...

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    Following Jesus Unreservedly Grade 11-Lifelong
    "Institutions of higher education entice us with promises of excellence and distinction, and the opportunity to change the world through the acquisition of knowledge. Jesus’ model is drastically different: Come. Follow Me. Be nothing. And I will...

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    Ghanem Fargo - Dialogue with an Adventist Businessman in Iraq Tertiary
    Ghanem Fargo answers some questions about his career - How did you get into business? What is your position in the business establishment now? Has the Gulf War and the embargo affected your business? In your experience, have you found it difficult to be a...

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    God's Timing, God's Way Grade 11-Lifelong
    Jones shares her journey to shaping Adventist nursing education in Hong Kong and through Loma Linda University. Section titles include: Becoming a missionary, Graduate study, An expanding ministry. She concludes: "All I needed to do was place my dreams,...

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    JAE Editorial: The Teacher Makes the Difference Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This editorial from the special Staff Development issue of JAE shows that teachers are more than communicators, more than professionals, more than motivators. They are persons dealing with persons. In order to build better relationships, teachers need to be...

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    Light in the Darkness Grade 11-Lifelong
    "To reflect light, you must be in the light. You cannot give what you have not received. You cannot share what you do not have. It is impossible to reflect light, unless you have a personal relationship with the Source of light."

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    Michael Abiola Omolewa - Dialogue with an Adventist ambassador and permanent delegate to UNESCO Tertiary-Lifelong
    Professor Michael Abiola Omolewa, a Seventh-day Adventist from Nigeria, is his country’s current ambassador and permanent delegate to the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

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    Ministering in the Secular University - A guide for Christian Professors and Staff Tertiary-Lifelong
    "In the past 100 years, Christianity has been relegated to the unimportant or trivial regions of the university. Today, there is no place in the university for Christian thought -- no place in the curriculum for Christian ideals and no place in the university's...

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    Our Lives, Our Work - What Kind of Influence Do We Exert? Tertiary
    David’s experience confronts us with two questions: what kind of people do we attract? What happens to those people because of their association with us?

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    Pik-Yee Kan - Dialogue with an Adventist family physician in Singapore Grade 11-Lifelong
    Pik-Yee Kan answers some questions about her medical career - What mission have you perceived for yourself in your chosen career? Did you encounter any problems at the university? Was your decision to remain loyal to the observance of the Sabbath a result...

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    Pilgrims Progress Childrens Ministry Curriculum Grade 1-Grade 6
    A 12 lesson curriculum built on a continued story version of Pilgrim's Progress. Designed for a weekly inner-city outreach setting, this could be adapted to a variety of children's Christian education venues. the benefits of being able to edit and improve...

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    Service - The Fourth Dimension in Adventist Education Kindergarten-Tertiary
    This article highlights the fact that while Adventist education philosophy centers on the development of mind, body, and spirit, there is a fourth element to true education - service. Serving others is our ultimate calling, the final goal of education. Service...

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    Silvia and Arturo Finis - Dialogue with an Adventist Relief team Grade 11-Lifelong
    Dialogue with an Adventist couple committed to international development. Together Silvia and Arturo have spent nine years working with the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) in Ecuador, South America, and in the Central Asian countries of Tajikistan,...

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    Spiritual Habits for the Heart Grade 9-Lifelong
    A series of short practical lessons on spiritual disciplines that facilitate connecting with God to reflect the character of Jesus. Disciplines are organized in three sections: 1. Connecting to the mind of Christ by allowing his words to shape my life...

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    Stewards of Hope Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Hope is the power to face our fears and, through Christ, overcome them, and to live as a people redeemed not only from sin, but also from fear, anxiety, doubt, and isolation."

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    Teaching Children About Confession Preschool-Grade 4
    Teaching about confession needs to be balanced by teaching about the grace and love of God, who freely forgives us each time we confess to Him. Children need to know that God can forgive any sin, and He longs to set us free from our sins. Parents and teachers...

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    Teaching Children to Be Intercessors - 12 Great Ideas Preschool-Grade 4
    Karen Holford shares 12 terrific ideas for teaching children intercessory prayer through hands-on, meaningful activities. Great for the classroom or home, parents and teachers will find wonderful ways to facilitate their children's spiritual development. Find...

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    Teaching Children to be Thankful in Their Prayers Preschool-Grade 4
    Thanking God is an integral part of the Christian life. Karen Holford shares 13 wonderful ideas for teaching children to give thanks in their prayers. Great for the classroom or home, parents and teachers will find creative ways to facilitate their children's...

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    The Christian Teacher in Secular Society – The Challenge of Becoming, Being, and Living Kindergarten-Tertiary
    In this article, Taylor discusses how teachers can “maintain and provide evidence of that distinctive [Christian] character, with relevance and with redemptive purpose, while interacting with secular postmodern persons.” He argues that Christian...

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    The Church - Knowing and Living Its Purpose Tertiary-Lifelong
    "The purpose of the church is to reveal God to the world, to be a classroom of discipleship training, to demonstrate how redeemed people live in community, and to partner with God in His mission."

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    The Tough Gig - Being Salt and Light Tertiary-Lifelong
    In this Avondale College graduation address, the speaker considers what it means to be salt and light in the workplace.

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    The Voice of Conscience - A Look at Some Who Were Willing to Die Tertiary-Lifelong
    Reid gives several examples of those who obeyed or defied their conscience and encourages Christians to obey the voice of God.

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    To Be a Witness - The Call and the Challenge Grade 9-Lifelong
    This article includes six basic principles to shape the life of a witness, each with supporting biblical references.

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    Verna Alva - Dialogue With an Adventist Psychiatrist in Peru Grade 10-Lifelong
    Dr. Alva answers some questions including: "Why did you choose medicine as a profession? What kind of challenges did you face at the university? What led you to specialize in psychiatry? What does it mean to you to be a Seventh-day Adventist?"