About Inge Anderson

Inge Anderson is the publisher of Sabbath School Net. A retired teacher, she writes from British Columbia, Canada.

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We welcome guest writers on our blog. If you’ve been reading our “Feature Articles” for some time, you’ll have some idea of the diversity of subjects we cover. Subject matter should be of interest to leaders (such as Sabbath School teachers) as well as to church members. Guest articles should generally not exceed 2000 words, … [Click to read more …]

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  For More Effective Writing At Any Time Edit your post for the following: Check to see what adjectives, adverbs and descriptive phrases you could leave out without losing your intended effect. (Sometimes these descriptors dilute rather than emphasize. Use strong verbs and nouns instead of adverbs and adjectives.) See if there’s anything you can … [Click to read more …]

Are Sabbath School Lessons Enough?
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Are you reading your Bible?

Seventh-day Adventists pioneers spent days and nights earnestly studying the Bible to arrive at the truths that now define us as a body of believers. They became known as a people who knew their Bibles. But how is it with you and me? Is our faith anchored firmly in the Word of God, or does it … [Click to read more …]

We Are Brothers – Muslim Adventist Connection in BC
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Former Muslim religion teacher, now a deacon in the Cornerstone Seventh-day Adventist church, Abbas believes that all Adventists are Muslims, because being a Muslim means being “submitted to God.” And when you are Muslim and learn of the Seventh-day Adventist faith, you have no choice except to become an Adventist. In this interview of Abbas … [Click to read more …]

Jesus and Laodicea
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Marcie’s husband Jack had become increasingly violent, and when he hit her and knocked her over, she was afraid. She scrambled to her feet and ran out the door. Running, she felt so helpless and confused. What was she to do? Where was she to go?  It was early Saturday morning, and the streets were … [Click to read more …]

Is Uniformity of Belief Necessary for Unity?
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Diversity and Unity from Wikimedia Commons

So is there a difference between uniformity and unity? In “uniformity,” you will find the word “uniform.” And that serves as a good illustration. When I taught in a Christian school with school uniforms, all the students look equally good. But do you believe their uniforms make them equally good in heart and character? In … [Click to read more …]

Did Jesus Tell Us to Love Ourselves First?
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The speaker was telling us that when Jesus told us to love our neighbors as ourselves, He was saying that we need to love ourselves first. After all, if we don’t love ourselves, we can’t love our neighbors. I was only 15 and was sitting in a girls’ dormitory worship service. But something just didn’t … [Click to read more …]

The Holy Spirit – Doug Batchelor (Amazing Facts)
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Doug Batchelor’s teaching this week’s lesson on the Holy Spirit in his usual thorough and clear style. Direct Youtube link. He focuses particularly on the Holy Spirit as a Person. We trust that this will aid your Sabbath School discussion this Sabbath. (You may have to turn your volume up a bit.) Like(16) … [Click to read more …]

The Personality of the Holy Spirit – David Ascherick
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A sermon in David Ascherick’s series on the “Unknown God” addresses the personality of the Holy Spirit, which addresses part of this week’s lesson on the Holy Spirit in his usual thorough and clear style. Direct Youtube link. We trust that this will aid your Sabbath School discussion this Sabbath. (You may have to turn your … [Click to read more …]