Dialogue Volume 33, Number 2

Designed for university students and young professionals, Volume 33, Number 2 of College and University Dialogue is now available online.

College and University Dialogue October 20, 2021

Designed for Seventh-day Adventist university students and young professionals, College and University Dialogue is published by the Committee on Adventist Ministry to College and University Students (AMiCUS) in cooperation with the 13 world divisions of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and in partnership with Public Campus Ministries (PCM). Volume 33, Number 2 (2021) is now available online. In her editorial titled Be Not Pretenders, Lisa Beardsley-Hardy encourages readers to live as the children of God they are. Additional articles include:

Prophecy: Connecting People to Jesus by Merlin D. Burt
“Through the prophetic word, God connects with us on a deep and personal level. Even though God is high above us and is beyond our comprehension, He still comes close to us through the working of the Holy Spirit, who can catch our attention and touch our hearts in many ways, but the clearest and most trustworthy way is through the special revelation that comes through the Bible and prophetic revelation.”

Step Out in Faith by John Wesley Taylor V
“Despite the unknown future, despite incredible suffering, the person of faith is able to affirm: ‘I know that my Redeemer lives!’ (Job 19: 25, NKJV).”

Science or Scientism?  by Leonard Brand
“In the study of unobservable events from the distant past, the person who considers a broader range of explanations may have a better chance, even a scientifically more realistic chance, of finding the right answer.”

How to Know When to Cut Your Ties by Jason Miller
“I don’t know what issues you face, but I do know this. At some point, you will have to decide whether or not to cut ties. As you contemplate that decision, let the lessons from the story of Hezekiah guide you as they did me. Don’t try to fight the enemy’s stance and enticements on your own. Go to God and let Him guide you regarding the decisions you must make in your life.”

I Will Go by Leylén Marcó
“At a conference on missions, I was immersing myself in story after story of God’s miraculous interventions in distant lands. Even as I listened, I wondered: Could it be that God had a place for me in Global Mission? He did.”

Living Beyond Grief by Denny Rengifo
“Christians may believe that faith in Christ and the prospect of eternal life can take away the need to grieve, the need to cry, and the need to be fully human. But rather than denying the pain of the human predicament, it is faith and God’s enduring presence that enable us to grieve, but with hope.”

Daniel Gallardo: Dialogue with an Adventist artist from Mexico by Gaby de Sousa Matías
“Although barely 35, Daniel Gallardo is a talented artist and photographer, well noted not only in denominational circles but also in the Mexican art world as well. With a degree in visual arts and photography from Montemorelos University, Mexico, he has entered the world of art, featuring biblical themes and challenging viewers to understand and appreciate how art can be turned into a faith-witnessing tool.”

My Mother’s Legacy: A Passion for Education by Danièle Starenkyj
Read how the author’s mother displayed deep dedication to both her students and her own family.

Public Campus Ministry Becomes Part of Youth Ministry by Pako Mokgwane
In order to optimize resources, personnel, and services, “the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists moved Public Campus Ministry (PCM) from Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries Department back to the Youth Department.”

This issue is also available in Spanish, French and Portuguese.



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