Volume 16 Number 2 

Globalization and Its Impact on Education, Economics
Safary Wa-Mbaleka

 


Globalization and Christian Spirituality:  Implications
for Adventist Higher Education Institutions

Ikechukwu Michael Oluikpe
 
The Impact of English as a Global Language on Filipino Language Practices
Orathai Chureson

The Financial Management Challenges on the Village Socio-economic Development
Paluku Kazimoto & Sunia Fukofuka

Reaching the Un-reached:  A Challenge for
Filipino    Educators

Helen Bihag-Boholano & Mary Grace C. Go Puco

Lived Experiences of International
Male Married Singles

Safary Wa-Mbaleka

This issue Front and Back Pages

International Forum 
Vol. 16, No. 2
October 2013
Print ISSN : 0119-2000
Online ISSN : 2350-7497
 
FEATURE

Globalization and Christian Spirituality:
Implications for Adventist Higher
Education Institutions

 
Abstract. The influence of globalization on contemporary life cannot
be overemphasized. Its effects have been greatly felt in the
continuing quest to maintain an authentic Christian spirituality.
Seventh-day Adventist leaders and educators at Adventist institutions
of higher education need to be aware of the good and bad effects of
globalization in the area of Christian faith development. They need
to explore its advantages and resist its disadvantages to fulfill their
divine mission. The paper proposes that Adventist leaders and
educators need to provide authentic discipleship to enable members
to discerningly address the phenomenon of globalization.
 
Keywords: Globalization, Christian, spirituality, Seventh-day Adventist,
leadership, mission, discipleship.

 Ikechukwu Michael Oluikpe, PhD,
Lecturer, Theology Department
School of Theology and Religious Studies
Bugema University Kampala, Uganda
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