In Adventist News: April 2020

In Adventist News

North American Division publications recently included the following articles that may be of interest to Adventist educators. Enjoy reading!

Would You Be Missed? by Nancy Hansen and Donna Hall
Would anyone in the community miss your school if it closed tomorrow? Read how this Michigan school is impacting their community while providing true education for their students.

I Love Teaching Love by Lyle Bennett
In this teacher’s words, “my teaching career is a journey of lifelong growth in the graces that emulate from experiencing God’s love. As children of the Divine, all of us are deserving of love. And love is expressed in fairness, in freedom, and in respect.”

The Ministry of Teaching by G. Earl Knight
The Atlantic Union Conference’s president expresses gratitude to Adventist teachers as they help shape the direction of students’ lives.

Thank a Teacher by Pat Humphrey
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Day, the author invited a group of people to “share their thoughts on the qualities of good teachers and how they shape our lives for the better.”

Educators in God’s Vineyard by Laurene Richards-Usher
“Working in God’s vineyard requires that we grow steadily with Him in order to increase intellectually, spiritually, physically, emotionally, and socially.”

Education for Eternity: Taught by the Lord by Alberto Valenzuela
This article details “seven reasons you should choose an Adventist education for your children.”

Christian Education: A Mission Wrapped in Love by Ricardo Graham
The author, president of the Pacific Union Conference, knows from personal experience the life-changing impression teachers and students at Adventist schools can make.

The Fourth R by Charles Mills
Reading, wRiting, and aRithmetic are taught in all schools. Christ-centered schools include a vital fourth R: Respect.



Adventist Educator Blog editorial staff include a team working from each continent to curate Adventist education news, compile digest posts of Adventist education journal articles, and edit posts from Adventist educators in each world division.

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