July 2004

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  • Igniting the Flame

    "We want our kids to amount to something,” Minnie Goodman, a rancher's wife, told her neighbor one day in 1926. “Here in Salmon [Idaho] there are not many opportunities. If our kids go to the local high school, they may get involved with smoking a...
  • North Pacific Union Valuegenesis Research

    "This generation!” The exclamation is often said in deep frustration or with exuberant joy. It represents the spectrum of adult responses to the young in the church. And while the church has been successful in providing many significant and person...
  • North Pacific Union Valuegenesis Research

    "This generation!” The exclamation is often said in deep frustration or with exuberant joy. It represents the spectrum of adult responses to the young in the church. And while the church has been successful in providing many significant and person...

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  • Millennial Kid Power

    July 01, 2004
    There are about 78 million American "Generation Y" individuals who were born between 1979 and 1994. These “millennial kids” are labeled Generation Y because they follow on the heels of Generation X, people born in the ’60s and ‘70s.Gen Xers lived ...
  • Adventist Education Does Matter

    One of the significant questions asked about Adventist education is whether or not children who attend Adventist schools remain in the Adventist Church as adults in substantially greater numbers than children who do not. The recently published res...
  • Adventist Education Does Matter

    One of the significant questions asked about Adventist education is whether or not children who attend Adventist schools remain in the Adventist Church as adults in substantially greater numbers than children who do not. The recently published res...
  • Millennial Kid Power

    July 01, 2004
    There are about 78 million American "Generation Y" individuals who were born between 1979 and 1994. These “millennial kids” are labeled Generation Y because they follow on the heels of Generation X, people born in the ’60s and ‘70s.Gen Xers lived ...
  • Of Fantasies and Formal Education

    A student applying for admission to New York University (NYU) gave a creative answer to the question, “Are there any personal accomplishments or significant experiences you have had that helped to define you as a person?” This is what he wrote:

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