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Share the Load

There is not one of us who has ever been endowed with everything he or she could want for in life.

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Have You Considered Putting Your Students Under the Microscope?

When was the last time you startled yourself because your smartphone photo feature was inadvertently flipped?

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Um mundo sem a Bíblia

Sem a Bíblia o mundo que você conhece simplesmente não existe.

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Child Safety

Take a look at our favorite resources on a variety of issues related to children's safety, collected and reviewed by CIRCLE.

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Adventist Education: The Special Character

What makes Adventist education special?  How does one justify the investment in this brand of parochial education? 

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Philosophy of True Education Desired by Adventist Children and Parents

As Adventist educators, we should focus on developing our students’ characters and connection with Christ.

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Filosofia cristã em comunidades indígenas

O desafio maior era repassar tudo o que aprendi para meu povo indígena e os demais parentes.

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Go For The Gold

What does it take for leaders to “go for the gold”?

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How Assessment Helps Students Make Faith Connections

The form assessment takes differs with the nature of the course of study as well as with the level of education.

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Charting Course by Focusing on Our Graduallies

Excellence demands consistent graduallies. Endurance, effort, self-reflection and wisdom propels us toward the destination we seek.

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Reflecting Christ in the Dorm

Dorm ministry is about nurturing and mentoring and helping students develop skills in life, leadership, and healthy relationships.

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Charting Course for Stronger Communities

Through involvement in real life experiences such as mission service, peer mentoring, and projects and expeditions, students become crew rather than mere passengers.

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