Dialogue Volume 32, Number 3

Designed for university students and young professionals, Volume 32, Number 3 of College and University Dialogue is now available online.

College and University Dialogue February 10, 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 32, Number 3 (2020) is now available online. In his editorial titled Keep Moving, John Fowler discusses how change can provide an opportunity for introspection, revival and growth. Additional articles include:

Online Learning: Some Strategies for Success by Glynis Bradfield
How can students make the most of online learning opportunities? This article includes introspective questions to prepare with, mistakes to avoid, and five keys to success.

“And It Was Very Good” by Claude Richli
“God the Creator started creation on Sunday by dispelling darkness; God the Redeemer laid the foundation of a new creation by overcoming darkness again, on Sunday. But the day before His resurrection, He had rested in peace, after accomplishing a perfect work of redemption. It is up to every believer to now declare that indeed, it is ‘very good’ for all eternity!”

Ethical Challenges of Military Service by Frank Hasel
“While national contexts vary, and individual situations are unique, decisions about military service should be carefully examined from a biblical perspective.”

The God of the Flood: Holy, Just, and Gracious by Juan Esteban Mora
“The biblical narrative of the Flood shows God as powerful yet also merciful, as One who pronounces judgment against the wickedness of humankind, and at the same time shows saving mercy and grace to those who accept Him.”

Kampala Public Campus Ministry: A Reach-out Opportunity by Ivan Mwebesa
Read how Adventist students participating in Uganda Public Campus Ministry activities ministered both physically and spiritually to a badly burned man.

Adventist Martyrs in Europe by Daniel Heinz
“The power of Adventist martyrs lies in the fact that they illustrate in a dramatic way what it means to glorify God and be true to His commandments in a world ruled by dark forces. In spite of obstacles and doubts, these Adventist martyrs remained faithful unto death. The strength to bear their sufferings was their hope in Jesus, the soon-returning King.”

Understanding my Jewish Friends by Alexander (Stasha) Bolotnikov
This informative article will help you relate to your Jewish friends. As in all friendships, “demonstrate your relationship with a loving, personal God―a God who cares for you, answers your prayers, and leads you in your life.”

Kevin Sullivan: Dialogue with an Appeals Judge Who Helps the Disabled by Jonathan Gallagher
Summing up his life experience, Kevin Sullivan states, “with Jesus I discovered the meaning of life. God worked His purposes out in all the different experiences I went through. It takes faith to keep going. In my work, I want to serve and I want to make it right for people, and God has made that possible for me.”

Using Social Networks to Bring People to Christ by William Timm
“Think about your activities and how you spend your daily time. How could you use technological resources with an evangelistic purpose in mind? How could your social networks help you bring people to Christ? You can be sure that the results of your efforts will be much greater than you think!”

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


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