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Forum Summary: Skilled People Have Choices

Mr. Rick Stafford is the Regional Director of the Caribbean and Area Pastor of South Texas. After studying geology for two years at the University of Oregon, in 1965, Mr. Stafford enrolled at Ambassador College. At Ambassador, Mr. Armstrong encouraged the students to not only prove God’s existence and His Way of life but also to learn skills. Mr. Stafford discussed the importance of skills in the Living Ed Forum.

Assembly Summary: Having the Heart of a Teacher

Mr. Gene Hilgenberg, the area pastor for Southwest Missouri, Southeast Kansas, Western Arkansas, and Oklahoma, spoke via WebEx for the Living Education students on Thursday, January 7, 2021. Mr. Hilgenberg reminded the students in his assembly that they are preparing to be teachers. “That is our role in the Kingdom, if not now—to help others.” Yet teaching is more than just instruction. Mr. Hilgenberg said, “Our attitude is very important to God. How we think, what motivates and drives us comes from the heart.” God wants His servants to have a heart for teaching.

Forum Summary: Biblical Scientific Proofs that Prove God Inspired the Bible

“It doesn’t do you a whole lot of good if you’ve proved the reality of God but not the authorship of the Bible.” Dr. Jeffrey Fall, the regional director of the U.S. Western Region, gave the first Living Ed forum of 2021. He began by explaining that, for a young person establishing their faith, proving God exists is only step one—step two is proving God is the author of the Bible. Dr. Fall shared several scientific proofs in the Bible that predate their more recent acceptance as scientific truth.

Student Life: A Need for Speed

Author: Juliette McNair | Student, Living Education Charlotte 2020 Do you have a need for speed? If you do, you may wish you would have tagged along with the Living Ed students this past Sunday. The NASCAR Hall of Fame is located in downtown Charlotte. Thankfully, it is only twenty minutes from the student’s residence—so they […]