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    Adventist Education and Its Impact - Educating for Eternity Preschool-Tertiary
    The 2015-2020 Education Report from the Southern Asia Division (SUD) presented at the Adventist General Conference Session. As stated by Director Das, "throughout the Southern Asia Division, our schools and colleges display and promote unique characteristics...

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    Adventists and Human Dignity Tertiary-Lifelong
    Why do Adventists believe in human dignity? John Graz discusses the role of the Adventist church in human rights and addresses the question by looking at human dignity throughout the Bible. He encourages Adventist schools at all levels to promote as core values...

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    Amistad - Helping Women and Children Around the World Grade 8-Lifelong
    This is an interview between Karen Hanson Kotoske and Jeff Boyd about the way God has lead Karen in helping others around the world.

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    An Evaluation of Performance as it Relates to the Adventist Community Services Nonprofit Leadership Certification Program in the United States Tertiary-Lifelong
    The purpose of this study was to understand the effectiveness of the Nonprofit Leadership Certification Program (NLCP) by examining the relationship between an individual’s completion of the program and their individual performance growth in leadership...

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    Bible Labs Manual Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Download this manual for ideas on how to engage your students in service learning, applying the biblical principles learned in class in outreach and service within the home, church, and wider community. While the manual is now 25+ years old, much of the 'how...

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    Business Students Practice a New Bottom Line - SIFE Group Reaches out to the Community Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article describes how the La Sierra University Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) group reached out to the community through 122 business projects.

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    Campus Churches - Optional Extra or Imperative Inclusion in Our Next Gen Schools Grade 9-Tertiary
    Schools are the growing mission front of the Adventist church. They are our means of reaching unchurched families and attracting the attention of the community. This article explores the importance of linking the school with a campus church, working side-by-side...

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    Church Schools as Centers of Influence in the Community - K-12 Education as Evangelism Kindergarten-Grade 12
    “Our schools must be campuses that provide a loving gospel subculture for our children and can be centers of gospel evangelism for our communities, as well. Where we once tried to reach our communities directly from our churches, now our churches can...

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    Community Kids Connection Grade 9-Lifelong
    Community Kids Connection offers a Christ-centered perspective to community service for Loma Linda University (LLU) students. Every week children between the ages of 3-12 visit the Social Action Community Health Systems-Norton (SAC-Norton) to sing songs, listen...

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    Conversations of Importance Tertiary-Lifelong
    Adventist colleges and universities must create an environment where conversations between older and younger Adventists can occur, creating an sense of community and a safety. Gordon Bietz addresses the threats to balanced conversations between these two groups, and suggests that revisiting the schools' vision in the areas of a Christ-centered campus, academic excellence, a distinct Seventh-day Adventist environment, an ethic of service, caring hospitality, and affordable education, will help establish a bond of mutual love and trust.

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    Creating a Servant Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article shares ways to daily and intentionally infuse service activities in the curriculum beginning with the primary grades in Adventist schools. Practical tips and lots of ideas make this an excellent starting point in planning service education, community...

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    Creative Service-Learning Projects Kindergarten-Lifelong
    If you're having a hard time coming up with service projects for your school, this article gives examples of activities for elementary and high school students. Examples include working with low income housing, creating a community mural, and providing the...

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    Crucial Curriculum: The Teaching of Compassion Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article presents suggestions for teaching compassion through involving young people in the plight of their peers. Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) provides many kits such as the Kick the Cycle, the Do Something Kit, Currency Collector, and...

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    Cynthia Prime - An Adventist businesswoman with a heart for HIV/AIDS orphans in Swaziland Tertiary
    Energetic and fun-loving, Cynthia Prime is a visionary with a reach for the new and the challenging. Over the years, she worked for a community newspaper, as a reporter, in public relations, and as an executive career-management consultant. Cynthia is directing...

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    Ellen White as a Prophetic Voice for the Poor and the Oppressed Grade 9-Lifelong
    This article reviews the influence of Ellen White's vision and voice regarding community service, providing the rationale for the Adventist perspective on social justice.

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    Engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students, Families, and Communities Preschool-Grade 12
    “The following guidelines are based on experience when working closely with and assisting staff at Carlisle Adventist Christian College Early Learning Centre who were exploring ways to connect with Traditional Owners and the broader Aboriginal and Torres...

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    Engaging with Community - How Schools Are Helping Their Students Become Informed, Responsible and Compassionate Citizens Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "As the 21st Century continues to bring changes to the structure of society, educators are continually challenged in their role of preparing students to take their place in society. In order to achieve this, some schools are exploring the possibilities and...

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    Enoch Kanagaraj - Dialogue with an Indo-U.K. Adventist Grade 11-Lifelong
    Mr. Kanagaraj spearheads “One Vision,” a youth organization working for community cohesion and service in Hertfordshire County, United Kingdom.

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    Flourish - The Impact of an Intergenerational Program on Third-Grade Students’ Social and Emotional Wellbeing with Application to the PERMA Framework Kindergarten-Grade 12
    “Intergenerational programs are increasingly being recognised as a means of promoting wellbeing through connecting communities, promoting caring relationships, and combating loneliness and isolation…. The aim of this study was to measure the impact...

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    Frog Ponds and Baby Beanies - How One School Fosters Student and Teacher Wellbeing Through Connecting with their Community Grade 7-Grade 12
    This Adventist high school in Australia fosters wellbeing through its service learning program.

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    He had compassion on them - Christ's attitude toward the poor Tertiary-Lifelong
    "The church and the Christ-follower must answer the question “Am I my brother’s/sister’s keeper?” The suffering of our fellow human beings causes us pain. We may try to hide it, deny it, cover it up, or reason it away, but still...

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    His Kids in Action Grade 5-Grade 12
    Watch a series of video clips to learn how one Walla Walla youth program is serving their community.

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    Integrating Service into the Life of a University Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article explains the steps that Andrews University is taking to integrate service into its curriculum and what world service means in different contexts on its campus. It details the process of developing community service learning and provides some resources...

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    Language Arts with Jesus Unit Grade 1-Grade 4
    Beginning with a lesson discussing the book A New Coat for Anna, this integrated multigrade unit will help students to grow beyond the story and purposefully make spiritual application in Reading, Writing, Grammar, Bible, Poetry, Social Studies, Math,...

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    Mission Project Lesson Plan Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Teach your students how to do PowerPoint presentations using a mission or community service project as the topic. These lesson plans target grades K-2, 3-6, and 7-12.

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    Missional Educational Leadership in Urban Settings Kindergarten-Tertiary
    “Missionally minded educators are called to engage students, parents, and community members in a shared commitment to change…[which requires]: vision, contextualized behaviors, empowerment of students and others, intentional transformation, and God-honored commitment.”

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    Missionaries in Their Own Backyard Grade 5-Lifelong
    A group of Adventist students in Rosario, Argentina, supported the social and spiritual development of children through a soccer club.

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    NAD Community Services Grade 5-Lifelong
    Consider service learning options available for students through Adventist Community Services by visiting their website, or contacting regional leaders. The YES! (Youth & Young Adults Empowered to Serve!) network "consists of affiliations with various...

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    Northview Bible Lab Report 2001 Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Looking for practical ideas on how to make community outreach and service opportunities a vibrant part of your school's curriculum? Read this report from Northview Adventist Academy for great ideas on what worked for them this year.

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    Reaching the Cities with a Message of Hope and Wholeness Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The authors suggest diagnosing potential challenges in a particular urban areas, and then finding community partners, using Christ’s methods of reaching people, and doing whatever can be done to strengthen families—all in order to provide a relevant educational experience to those in urban areas.

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    Reflection - The Value-adding Component of Service Learning Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Service learning is an important part of Christian education. George Knight says, “A crucial function of Christian teaching is to help students not only to internalize God’s love but also to externalize it.” The author states...

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    Restore a Child Grade 1-Lifelong
    Here is an opportunity for your students to learn generosity and help others who are in need as they raise money for this organization. "Restore a Child is a Christian organization that provides the basic needs for protection, nutrition, education and...

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    Sabbath School and Personal Ministries Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The Sabbath School and Personal Ministries department is the major setting for religious education in the Adventist Church. The department provides Sabbath School Bible Study Guides, designs material for Sabbath School programming, offers training and resources...

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    Service - The Fourth Dimension in Adventist Education Kindergarten-Tertiary
    This article highlights the fact that while Adventist education philosophy centers on the development of mind, body, and spirit, there is a fourth element to true education - service. Serving others is our ultimate calling, the final goal of education. Service...

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    Service Learning - Connecting Classrooms with Communities Preschool-Grade 12
    With the handout and presentation from this 2018 NAD convention breakout session, "learn key components for implementing service learning in your classroom, engage student learners, promote mission-mindedness, and address the NAD standards all while building...

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    Service Learning in Adventist Colleges Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article suggests the importance of making service learning an integral part of Adventist higher education academic programs. It also addresses the issues of overcoming resistance from faculty and getting colleges to narrow the gap between mission statements...

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    Service Learning Resource List Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This list links to resources designed to help your students learn about service and get involved in the community.

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    Service Project Ideas Grade 1-Tertiary
    Start your service project brainstorming off with these forty ideas, shared by the Journey to Excellence content developers.

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    Service, Not Fame - Reaching Out Through Community Service Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article shares the Community Service experiences, activities and the effects on the staff and students at Kingsway College in Ontario, Canada. It also shows how the staff works together with the students to translate book learning into faith action.

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    STORM Co Programs Change Lives Tertiary
    This TEACH Journal article is an eye-witness report on recent STORM Co teams in action; including community responses.

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    The Experience of Community Service in Mexican Adventist Universities Tertiary-Lifelong
    The idea of values formation in general, and prosocial values in particular, is of increasing interest to curriculum planners and administrators in higher education. The use of community service as a prosocial training strategy has served universities in recent...

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    The Road to Bethlehem - Connecting School and Community Grade 5-Lifelong
    "It is a balmy summer evening and Central Coast Adventist School is preparing to open their gates. Everything is ready for the ‘hordes’ about to stream through the gates. Camels are saddled, farm animals are in their pens, tax collectors are...

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    The Social Function of Adventist Education Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "The social function of the Adventist school has both a conservative and a revolutionary aspect. The commingling of those two roles empowers the developing student to be in the world but not of the world."

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    Ties That Should Bind our Academies and Colleges: Cooperation and Collaboration Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article lists a dozen examples and benefits of how colleges and academies achieve true collaboration through teamwork.

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    Websites Providing Resources for Service Learning Kindergarten-Tertiary
    A list of links to 18 organizations providing information about opportunities for community services, models for service-learning in formal education, and resources available to build service learning programs in Adventist schools, colleges and universities.

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    Why Adventist Education - Service Learning Preschool-Tertiary
    Why is service such a key component of Adventist education, both within the context of curriculum and the extended service trips we take to provide hands on experience and empathy? This is the 7th one-page article in an 11-part series clarifying the philosophy...