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Adventist Education Revisited

November 13, 2013


Author: Ken Lytle I attended Adventist schools most of my education experience.   Elementary school in Lincoln, NE and Berrien Springs, MI Northview Jr Academy in Cadillac, MI and Sandia View Academy in Corrales, NM Pacific Union College in Angwin, CA and Union College in Lincoln, NE  I even grow up on the Andrews University […]

“Christian” Yoga

January 10, 2013


Author: Andrew Kerbs The art of Yoga hardly seems to be a passing fad, and now it has found a comfortable home in many churches, including Adventist. “Be still and know that I am God,” comes the rallying cry from a mainstream church that has built an entire ministry around the practice of Yoga. This […]

Spiritual Poison in Our Adventist Schools

March 27, 2012


I have lived more than eleven years of my life on Adventist campuses (AU, UC, PUC).  I have also visited a number of other Adventist colleges and universities around the world.  In my experience, I have personally seen/heard false teachings and apostacy being taught with little or no accountability. When I attended Pacific Union College back in the 90’s, I […]

President Ted Wilson and AFCOE (Video)

November 12, 2011


Here is a video clip of President Ted Wilson talking about AFCOE (Amazing Facts School of Evangelism).  If an independent evangelism training school is the best we have as Adventists, then we had better take a closer look at our Adventist education system.  All of our denominational schools should be effective training schools for evangelism.  I […]

Six-days of Creation – Fact or Fiction???

October 13, 2011


The recently published Adventist Review article on the proposal of six LSU science professors regarding the teaching of origins is very disturbing to me, especially where the leaders of our church seem to happily accept the proposal of the LSU professors to continue to do what they’ve been doing all along – teaching mainstream evolutionism as […]

Weimar College and Amazing Facts

September 7, 2011


Weimar College – An Adventist, self-supported college in California

Adventist Principle Murdered by Student

August 11, 2011


BREAKING NEWS – 8/10/11 It is a sad day for the family and friends of Memphis Junior Adventist Academy’s principle (Suzette York) who was stabbed to death by a student.  Let us keep everyone connected to this situation in our prayers. SCHOOL WEBSITE [CLICK HERE] The Commercial Appeal quoted an MPD affidavit, “”Eduardo Marmolejo admitted that he had stabbed his […]

LSU Resignation Saga Continues

July 30, 2011


It’s All About the Money The La Sierra University (LSU) resignation saga continues.  Three of the four LSU employees who were busted for drinking, foul language, and belittling denominational leadership are suing LSU, Pacific Union Conference, and North American Division.  By the looks of it, these “most important leadership employees” (as stated by their lawyer) are […]

The Benefits of Adventist Education

July 29, 2011


Homosexuality is being accepted as normal in many place around the world.  This should be expected in secular society as we draw closer to the second coming of Jesus.  Just because secular society is embracing homosexuality as normal does not mean we as Christians need to do the same.  The Word of God is crystal clear […]

La Sierra University Resignation Saga: Stranger-than-Fiction

July 3, 2011


Here is an update of the resignation of four La Sierra University faculty and board members.  This is an article from Adventist Today. On June 10, 2011, three La Sierra University (LSU) faculty members and a board member resigned. News of their resignations set off a storm of rumor and speculation. The stranger-than-fiction saga came […]