Vyhmeister, Shawna


The Challenge of Spirituality Assessment 
Guptill, Stephen

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The Challenge of Spirituality Assessment

Abstract: The spiritual life of the Adventist school is important to the church. It is of vital concern to the board, administrator, faculty and staff.  Spirituality is rooted in the Adventist philosophy of education as an essential element of what schools should be and do.  Initially, this concern was simply addressed by separate Bible classes; however, more recent concepts of integration of faith and learning have clarified the necessity of its pervasiveness throughout the curriculum. 

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