Dialogue Volume 32, Number 2

Who are our neighbors in a time when close contact is limited? How can we reach out to others? It is time to get creative!

College and University Dialogue

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 32, Number 2 (2020) is now available online. Lisa Beardsley-Hardy asks a timely question in her editorial titled Who Is My Neighbor in a Time of Social Distancing? Additional articles include:

Professionals: Any Room in God’s Ministry? by Andrew von Maur
“As Christian professionals, the activity of architects is steeped in technicalities. They are expected to work a lot of hours; leaving them no extra time for actual ‘ministry.’ In such an environment, with hardly enough time for family or personal Bible study, can they possibly be missionaries? ‘Yes, we can,’ says a professional in this field.”

Religious Belief and Culture: The Curious Case of the Intuitive Soul by Karl Bailey and Duane McBride
“While Adventists recognize some of the straightforward and concrete ideas that are part of doctrinal training on human nature and the state of the dead, the core intuitive belief in mind-body dualism likely continues to influence how Adventists understand human nature.”

Nutrition Today: What You Should Know by Gina Segovia-Siapco
These practical guidelines will “help you make informed decisions regarding personal nutrition.”

Five Coats. One Purpose. by John Wesley Taylor V and Miriam Louise Taylor
“This is the story of our lives. We have dreams; we have plans. Then, suddenly, we fall into unexpected and difficult situations, circumstances over which we have no control. What can we do?”

What Is Your Online Reputation? by Felipe Lemos
“Does your behavior in the digital environment represent who you really are? And even more, does it represent the values and actions of the organizations of which you are a part, and in some way, represent?”

Working with Social Media: Awareness and Cautions by Jorge Omar Trisca
“The potential of digital technologies can be fully used only when people understand their benefits and are able to manage them in their practical life. This means using them intelligently, knowing that one cannot depend on social media to shape one’s character and lifestyle.”

Judy Clements: Dialogue with an Adventist Administrator and Educator in the United Kingdom by John Baildam
“Motivated by a desire to effect change and to transform lives,” Ms. Clements has found great satisfaction in being in a “position of influence to make a significant positive impact on the lives of individuals from all walks of life.”

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



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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