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Do Biblical Impurity Rules Literally Apply Today?, Roy Gane May 2024

Do Biblical Impurity Rules Literally Apply Today?, Roy Gane

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Liar, Liar: The Devil's Strategy Of Deception And Slander, John C. Peckham Apr 2024

Liar, Liar: The Devil's Strategy Of Deception And Slander, John C. Peckham

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Bibliography: Hisban Interactive Archive Project, Terry Dwain Robertson, Patricio Ordoñez Apr 2024

Bibliography: Hisban Interactive Archive Project, Terry Dwain Robertson, Patricio Ordoñez

Faculty Publications

The comprehensive bibliography represents published books, articles and reports dealing with the original Heshbon Expedition (1968-1976) through the subsequent Hisban Cultural Heritage Project (1996-2022). In addition, the bibliography also includesl publications dealing with other Madaba Plains Projects (1990-present). Support publications that reference this region, both historically and currently are also included. The current version includes over a 1100 entries.


Carlos Lugo Junior Piano Recital, Andrews University Mar 2024

Carlos Lugo Junior Piano Recital, Andrews University

Student Degree Recitals 2023-2024

Carlos Lugo presents this special recital titled Ende vom Lied. Featuring works by Beethoven, R. Schumann, and Ginestera.


Centrifugal Forces Impacting Urbanization In The Eastern Mediterranean During Roman And Early Islamic Times, Øystein S. Labianca Mar 2024

Centrifugal Forces Impacting Urbanization In The Eastern Mediterranean During Roman And Early Islamic Times, Øystein S. Labianca

Faculty Publications

My goal with this essay is to make the existence of a distinctive Levantine cultural paradigm a lens through which to examine long-term patterns of urbanization and cultural change in the Eastern Mediterranean—focusing especially on present-day Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian territories. Inspired by the agenda and approach of global history, the essay is an attempt to highlight a number of salient features of societal formation processes in this region that set them apart from such processes in the heartlands of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia. The paradigm holds that societal formation dynamics in the Levant have been dominated more by …


An Evening With Bach, Teleman, & Vivaldi, Margaret Adeogun Mar 2024

An Evening With Bach, Teleman, & Vivaldi, Margaret Adeogun

Faculty Publications

Program Notes


Understanding The Trinity: The Crucial Importance Of The Father, Son, And Holy Spirit, John C. Peckham Mar 2024

Understanding The Trinity: The Crucial Importance Of The Father, Son, And Holy Spirit, John C. Peckham

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Ears To Hear: How To Study The Bible And Let Scripture Speak For Itself, Félix H. Cortez Feb 2024

Ears To Hear: How To Study The Bible And Let Scripture Speak For Itself, Félix H. Cortez

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


The Personhood And Divinity Of The Holy Spirit, John C. Peckham Feb 2024

The Personhood And Divinity Of The Holy Spirit, John C. Peckham

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Is The Trinity Biblical?, John C. Peckham Feb 2024

Is The Trinity Biblical?, John C. Peckham

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Augustin And Daniel Bourdeau: Lifelong Evangelists And Missionaries, Denis Fortin Feb 2024

Augustin And Daniel Bourdeau: Lifelong Evangelists And Missionaries, Denis Fortin

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Tyler Ninalga Senior Piano Recital, Andrews University Jan 2024

Tyler Ninalga Senior Piano Recital, Andrews University

Student Degree Recitals 2023-2024

Tyler Ninalga presents his Senior recital-themed Variations.

It features works by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, and Kapustin.


Everline Ogari Graduate Voice Recital, Andrews University Jan 2024

Everline Ogari Graduate Voice Recital, Andrews University

Student Degree Recitals 2023-2024

Everline Ogari presents her Graduate recital accompanied by Tyler Ninalga on piano.


Craving Community, Kayla Goodman Jan 2024

Craving Community, Kayla Goodman

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

Working with youth and young adults is a constantly shifting ministry that dynamically develops in different ways to be relevant for young people. Because of these many changes, those older must intentionally engage younger generations in order to experience the fullness of community. Caring provides the Godly model to include all, but it requires work, including spiritual work of purposeful inclusion, new perspectives, shared ideas, mutual respect, and support. While these are vital for including young people in a community, they are just as necessary for other ages as well. It turns out that all people crave community.


Introduction To The Journal Of Adventist Youth & Young Adult Ministries, Tracy Wood Jan 2024

Introduction To The Journal Of Adventist Youth & Young Adult Ministries, Tracy Wood

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

No abstract provided.


The Next Big Thing: What's Coming Next In Youth Ministry Jan 2024

The Next Big Thing: What's Coming Next In Youth Ministry

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

No abstract provided.


Overview, Steve Case Jan 2024

Overview, Steve Case

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

No abstract provided.


The Existential Turn: An Adventist Response, Stephen Yeagley Jan 2024

The Existential Turn: An Adventist Response, Stephen Yeagley

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

Youth ministry has taken several “turns” in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, culminating in the current existential turn. This latest shift acknowledges a more diverse youth demographic (Gen Z) concerned with identity, significance, purpose, belonging, and survival. Numerous existential threats have contributed to this generation’s unprecedented mental health crisis. Nevertheless, members of Gen Z are determined to meet these threats and create the conditions for all to flourish. This paper seeks to articulate a supportive and uniquely Adventist response to the existential turn in the form of Sabbath rest.


The Power Of The Story, Rogelio Paquini Jan 2024

The Power Of The Story, Rogelio Paquini

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

When most people ignore the story of Scripture, there needs to be a different approach to reach them for Jesus regarding knowledge of the biblical narrative. The evangelistic system to reach this generation needs to change. The Next BIG Thing in youth ministry is returning to the power of storytelling. To reach this generation it is imperative to practice storytelling, especially the story of the Bible. Our identity as Seventh-day Adventists depends on the strength of our story in connection with prophetic and historical narratives. We get to tell a story of hope, not of disappointment; a story of cooperation …


A Vision For End Time Youth Ministries, Ricardo V. Bain Jan 2024

A Vision For End Time Youth Ministries, Ricardo V. Bain

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

God has entrusted Seventh-day Adventists with a special task of encircling the world with relevant streams of light, from the Bible, to prepare all people, everywhere on this planet, for his return. This means all people are to be solicited with our end-time message. Present truth is always particularly pertinent at a given time and place. Including youth in extracting and expressing present truth is critical to propelling it. This paper is a plea to re-vision and envision what transformative ministry to and with youth could look like in the time of the end.


Discipling Young People According To The Shema, Scott R. Ward Jan 2024

Discipling Young People According To The Shema, Scott R. Ward

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

If pastors, teachers, and parents can learn to live and teach the gospel in front of and with our young people on a daily basis during their pre-teen and teenage years, our young people will be much more likely to find and embrace a meaningful personal relationship with Jesus before graduating high school (Barna Group 2023; Williams 2017, 22-24). It is imperative that we do all we can to help our young people develop their own personal relationship with Jesus before they enter the collegiate/young adult developmental stage where they frequently leave home—which often also means leaving their home church …


Divine Attachment As A Context For Discipleship Transformation In Youth, Kristina Freed Jan 2024

Divine Attachment As A Context For Discipleship Transformation In Youth, Kristina Freed

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

O ne of the most profound human lifespan needs, especially among youth, is to have a worthy purpose for living. A growing body of research has identified a serious discrepancy between a Christian’s doctrinal and experiential knowledge of God, leading to disengagement from the practice of discipleship. This may be related, in part, to an unfortunate null curriculum rooted in the assumption that believers understand God in such a way that predisposes them to a discipleship lifestyle. This paper suggests that the missing relational context and the discrepancy between doctrinal and experiential knowledge of God may be remedied by an …


Book Review: Embracing The New Samaria Opening Our Eyes To Our Multicultural Future, By Alejandro Mandes, Nelson Silva Jan 2024

Book Review: Embracing The New Samaria Opening Our Eyes To Our Multicultural Future, By Alejandro Mandes, Nelson Silva

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

No abstract provided.


Immigration Ministry Implications Of Hallyu: Exploration Of The Potential Impact Of South Korean Popular Cultural Flow On Ministry By And To Immigrants, David Kim Jan 2024

Immigration Ministry Implications Of Hallyu: Exploration Of The Potential Impact Of South Korean Popular Cultural Flow On Ministry By And To Immigrants, David Kim

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

The phenomenon of Hallyu—Korean popular culture—is globally extensive in its influence and reception. Hallyu has transformed how South Koreans and Korean American immigrants perceive their identity and cultural esteem. Coupled with the Korean American immigrant church’s central role in establishing and growing its communities, Hallyu conditions present an opportunity to impact the immigrant ministry in North America. This study suggests that Hallyu lowers barriers to cross-cultural engagement and connection which can positively impact ministry conducted by immigrants and to immigrants.


The Lord Will Provide: What Will You Do?, Steve Case Jan 2024

The Lord Will Provide: What Will You Do?, Steve Case

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

Youth ministry often rises or falls based on its leadership. However, recruiting, training, and retaining youth leaders remains problematic. Making youth leadership development the modus operandi of youth ministry turns it into an ongoing process rather than an annual tug-of-war. It includes the youth as leaders, as well as a variety of other ages. It goes beyond completing a task, although it includes many tasks. And the expectation is to engage and explore one’s own development as well as that of the group. Resources exist to foster this, but the buy-in has been limited. Following these recommendations could result in …


The 180° Symposium 2022 A New Opportunity: Summary, Steve Case Jan 2024

The 180° Symposium 2022 A New Opportunity: Summary, Steve Case

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

No abstract provided.


The Theology Of The Book Of Judges In The Second Generation: Giving Up Is Not An Option!, Juan Bosco Vanega Flores Jan 2024

The Theology Of The Book Of Judges In The Second Generation: Giving Up Is Not An Option!, Juan Bosco Vanega Flores

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

The tension between the first and second generation of immigrants in our churches is increasing. The large gap that should be closing continues to open. The Bible contains important biblical principles that leaders of the Church can use to help close the gap between the generations in immigrant churches.


180° Symposium 2024 Focus Group—Practitioners, David Kim Jan 2024

180° Symposium 2024 Focus Group—Practitioners, David Kim

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

David Kim, chair; Tamara Bennet, Steve Case, Isaac Catambatam, Khai Kahi Cin, Elliott, Alfred Kilembe, Mary Kobimbo, Nahum Mendez, Jiwan Moon, Althea Truman, and Say Pazaw Wah (Zoom attendee).


180° Symposium 2024 Focus Group—Academicians, Rogelio Paquini, Scott R. Ward, Kristina Freed Jan 2024

180° Symposium 2024 Focus Group—Academicians, Rogelio Paquini, Scott R. Ward, Kristina Freed

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

No abstract provided.


180° Symposium 2024 Focus Group—Administrators, Tracy Wood, Lyle Notice, Ron Whitehead, Stephen Yeagley Jan 2024

180° Symposium 2024 Focus Group—Administrators, Tracy Wood, Lyle Notice, Ron Whitehead, Stephen Yeagley

Journal of Adventist Youth and Young Adult Ministries

No abstract provided.