Little Secrets to a Rich Academic Career

Little Secrets to a Rich Academic Career

Proper Education Needed Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. Those who are seeking to obtain an education should labor as though they could see heavenly intelligences looking upon them with the deepest interest. Let the youth seek to acquire knowledge in one line afte

How to Think Critically as a Christian

How to Think Critically as a Christian

Naisitt (1995) defines paradox as “a statement or formulation that seems contradictory or absurd but is actually valid or true.” According to this idea, the bigger the system is, the more efficient the parts must be.”+ The integration of faith and learning is one of the subjects unique to the Seventh-day Adventist Church.[1] Adventist educators vie

Ways God Uses Education to Reclaim You

Ways God Uses Education to Reclaim You

The light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ (2 Corinthians 4:6). RELATED ARTICLE: The Seventh-day Adventist Educational Emphasis Christ the Light of Life By sin man was shut out from God. Except for the plan of redemption, eternal separation from God, the darkness of unending night, would have been his. Through the Sa

Weimar Institute Granted Accreditation for Six Years

Weimar Institute Granted Accreditation for Six Years

Weimar, California — An Adventist institution known for its health evangelism and service achievements,  Weimar Institute, recently gained academic recognition through the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) for a period of six years — retroactive to January 2018. In addition to noting

Adventist School’s Colorful Fundraiser for Christchurch Victims

Adventist School’s Colorful Fundraiser for Christchurch Victims

Longburn, New Zeland -- group of New Zealand high school students is fundraising for the Christchurch mosque shooting victims, with the “power of flowers” and a message of shared humanity. Amelia Tyrrell, 17, and her fellow Longburn Adventist College prefects have gathered $NZ600 ($414USD) from their classmates to send to the victims of Friday’s te

The Adventist Way to Financial Success, Part 4 – How to Make the Best Education and Career Choices

The Adventist Way to Financial Success, Part 4 – How to Make the Best Education and Career Choices

  “We make decisions, and then they turn around and make us.” E.M.B Financial decisions rarely are dramatic or life-altering when you make them. Instead they steadily accumulate over a lifetime and by the time you really begin to focus on them, it’s often too late. The single most important lesson you can learn from this article is that there

What is the Purpose of Education?

What is the Purpose of Education?

True Education: A Broader Scope   Our ideas of education take too narrow and too low a range. There is need of a broader scope, a higher aim. True education means more than the pursual of a certain course of study. It means more than a preparation for the life that now is.   It has to do with the whole being, and with the whole period of

At Year-End Meetings, TED Votes Statement to Support Women in Ministry and Leadership

At Year-End Meetings, TED Votes Statement to Support Women in Ministry and Leadership

BECICI, MONTENEGRO — Members of the Trans-European Division Executive Committee recently voted a four-point document aimed at supporting women who serve in roles of leadership and ministry. The vote came as a result of extensive discussion during TED Year End Meetings, 21–25 November in Bečići, Montenegro. It aims to deal with issues, global and lo

Adventists in Korea Await Groundbreaking Legal Ruling on Sabbath Accommodation

Adventists in Korea Await Groundbreaking Legal Ruling on Sabbath Accommodation

A young medical student in South Korea is requesting the prayers of Seventh-day Adventists around the world as he awaits a legal decision that could have far-reaching implications for the church in Korea.   Jiman Han, a first-year medical student, has sued for the right to complete his university exams outside of Sabbath hours. He began his le