Adventist Teachers: Journey to Excellence
In 2002, the Education Department of General Conference established a motto for Adventist education: Journey to Excellence. The excellence we see in our Creator and…
When the Work Feels Pointless and Thankless
Many people characterize editing as burdensome and unnecessary, but I take pleasure in editing written works. Seeing written works transform gives me a sense of…
I Had Plans. So Did God.
I had a day off coming up, and I had plans: exams to grade, classes to prepare, and housework to complete. Then, my son’s Physics…
Educational Supports: A Tool to Impact Lives
Some people leave an imprint on us that stays with us forever. If I ask you to take a couple of minutes to identify a…
Enhancing the Training of Theological Educators
Adventist education can make a huge difference for the development of our Christian leaders. I had an opportunity to participate in two classes through a…
El valor de la diligencia
Juan y Fernando fueron los hijos menores de una familia numerosa dedicada a la agricultura. Cuando la familia recogía algunos productos del campo que necesitaban…
Que tipo de professor você é?
Com o professor Wolter, aprendi na prática que religião e cristianismo só fazem sentido se forem compartilhados.
Three Important Leadership Decisions
Three crucial choices are essential to having a successful Christian leadership or a complicated one.
La Muerte: Enemiga que También Llega a la Escuela
Las pérdidas de vidas en nuestro entorno dejan huellas de dolor profundo. ¿Seremos instrumentos de bendición para nuestros estudiantes?
International Journal for Faith Integration Volume 2, Number 1
The International Journal for Faith Integration is a bi-annual, double blind peer-reviewed journal of the Institute for Faith Integration at Babcock University.
O papel do educador cristão: da Terra à Nova Terra
O professor cristão pode e deve agir em sala de aula imaginando o que Jesus faria se estivesse em seu lugar.
Leadership Identity Formation and Development
The differentiating and distinguishing essence of Seventh-day Adventist education is its conscious effort to foster and develop leadership.