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  • Counsels to Parents, Teachers, and Students
  • Section 1—The Higher Education
  • The Essential Knowledge
  • The Peril in Worldly Education
  • The First of Sciences
  • Mastering the Science
  • True Success in Education
  • The Teacher of Truth the Only Safe Educator
  • God Misrepresented
  • A True Representation
  • Unselfish Service the Law of Heaven
  • The Result of Self-Seeking
  • The Remedy
  • For Further Study
  • Section 2—The Aim of Our Schools
  • Our Children and Youth Demand Our Care
  • A Liberal Education to Be Provided
  • All to Be Trained
  • A Fund for Schoolwork
  • High Aims
  • The Responsibility of Church Members
  • The Teacher's Privilege
  • The Primal Object of Education
  • The One Perfect Pattern
  • The School of Christ
  • The Bible as an Educator
  • Lessons From Nature
  • The Heavenly Pattern
  • Character Building
  • Teachers and Teaching
  • God Our Dependence
  • An Effective Helper
  • For Further Study
  • Section 3—General Principles
  • The Right Education
  • Individuality in Children
  • Cause of Instability in Youth
  • Personal Qualifications of the Teacher
  • Close Confinement at School
  • The Ideal Plan
  • Physical Degeneracy
  • Importance of Home Training
  • Regulation of Employment and Amusement
  • Result of Continued Application
  • Our College
  • Education of Young Men for the Ministry
  • Bible Study
  • The Teacher's Responsibility
  • The Parents’ Part
  • The Need of Counseling Together
  • Christian Courtesy
  • The True Test of Prosperity
  • God's Purpose for the College
  • Deportment of Students
  • Association With Others
  • For Further Study
  • Section 4—The Home School
  • The Child's First School
  • The Family Altar
  • Home Discipline
  • Making Home Attractive
  • Unpromising Children
  • When and How to Punish
  • Safeguarding the Young
  • Choosing Associates
  • The Choice of Reading
  • Teaching Children to Be Useful
  • The Physical Well-Being
  • Unity in Government
  • A Missionary Training
  • What Shall Our Children Read?
  • Worthless Reading
  • Infidel Authors
  • Preoccupy the Soil
  • The Sabbath School Lesson
  • The Home Reading Circle
  • The Bible
  • The Parable of the Growing Seed
  • The Beauty of Simplicity
  • The Garden of the Heart
  • Teaching Lessons of Helpfulness
  • The Co-operation of Teacher and Parent
  • Christ's Example
  • Co-operation Between the Home and the School
  • What the Teacher Should Be
  • Requiring Obedience
  • Parents to Strengthen the Teacher's Hands
  • A Sympathetic Understanding
  • Home Schools
  • Bible Study in the Home
  • Missionary Agencies
  • For Further Study
  • Section 5—The Church School
  • Our Responsibility
  • The Work to Be Done for Our Children
  • The Work of the Church School
  • Church Schools Needed
  • The Character of Church Schools and of Their Teachers
  • Results of Church-School Work
  • Christ as the Example and Teacher of Youth
  • The Bible Lesson
  • The Victory of Faith
  • Teaching from Nature
  • Under Discipline to Christ
  • An Object Lesson
  • A Wide Field
  • For Further Study
  • Section 6—The Intermediate School
  • Intermediate Schools
  • The Work of the Fernando School
  • The Training of Missionaries
  • Further Instruction
  • Value of the Common Branches
  • The Influence Of Association
  • For Further Study
  • Section 7—The Teacher And The Work
  • Some Of The Christian Teacher's Needs
  • A Personal Knowledge of Christ
  • The Teacher's Need of Prayer
  • Dealing With Students as Individuals
  • Harmonious Development
  • The Power of a Happy Disposition
  • Increase by Use
  • An Appeal
  • The Necessity Of Doing Our Best
  • The Right Use of the Gift of Speech
  • Christ's Method
  • In Prayer
  • In Witnessing for Christ
  • Consecration of the Voice
  • A Deeper Consecration
  • The Teacher an Evangelist
  • Loma Linda
  • The Importance Of Simplicity
  • A Caution
  • The Great Teacher
  • Christian Discipline
  • The Student's Part
  • The Teacher's Part
  • Public Exposure of Wrongdoing
  • Expelling Students
  • For Further Study
  • Section 8—Study And Labor
  • The Dignity Of Labor
  • Manual Labor Versus Games
  • Manual Training Among the Israelites
  • Christ's Example
  • The Relation Between Christianity and Human Effort
  • The Lessons of Contented Industry
  • Words of Counsel
  • Physical Labor for Students
  • The Curse of Inaction
  • Advantages of Physical Labor
  • The Education of Girls
  • Equalizing Labor
  • Work Not Degrading
  • A Reformatory Work
  • Health and Efficiency
  • Overstudy
  • Voice Culture
  • Diet
  • Ventilation and Sanitation
  • The Reward of Obedience
  • Some Principles of Healthful Dressing
  • Physical Effects of Improper Dress
  • A Practical Training
  • Industrial Work
  • The Common Arts
  • Does It Pay
  • For Further Study
  • Section 9—Recreation
  • As Lights in the World
  • Representatives of Christ
  • Strength in Prayer
  • Dangerous Amusements for the Young
  • An Unfortunate Age
  • The Training of Children
  • A Time of Trial Before the Young
  • Separation From the World
  • Promises to the Young
  • Establishing Right Principles in the Youth
  • The Temptations of Youth
  • The Duties of Parents
  • Relaxation and Amusement
  • Christian Recreation
  • Worldly Amusements
  • Parties of Pleasure
  • Right Attitude of the Christian
  • Holidays Unto God
  • How to Spend Holidays
  • The Danger in Amusements
  • The Consequence of One Departure From Right
  • The Bible as Our Counselor
  • Useful Employment Versus Selfish Pleasure
  • For Further Study
  • Section 10—The Holy Spirit In Our Schools
  • The Teacher's Need Of The Holy Spirit's Aid
  • Human Effort Essential
  • A Failure to Recognize God's Messenger
  • God's Ideal for Man
  • Unholy Influences at Work
  • Manifest Working of the Holy Spirit
  • Perils of Worldly-Wise Teachers
  • Finishing at Worldly Schools
  • Section 11—Profitable Study
  • The False and the True in Education
  • Infidel Authors
  • Historical and Theological Lore
  • The Classics
  • High-Class Fiction
  • Myths and Fairy Tales
  • A Purer Fountain
  • Christ's Teaching
  • Knowledge That Can Be Utilized
  • Heart Education
  • The Knowledge that Endures
  • Studying to Useless Ends
  • The Highest Possible Development
  • Putting the Bible First
  • In Co-Operation with Christ
  • To Teachers and Students
  • A Speedy Preparation for Work
  • Intemperance in Study
  • The Education of Moses
  • The Most Important Lesson
  • God's Guidance to Be Sought
  • In View of Christ's Near Return
  • For Further Study
  • Section 12—The Bible in Education
  • God's Word a Treasure House
  • Finite Wisdom
  • Cause of Opposition to the Bible
  • Science and the Bible
  • The Book of Books
  • History in the Bible
  • The Bible as Literature
  • A Moral Power
  • The Bible Teacher
  • Simplicity in Teaching
  • A Failure to Study God's Word
  • Knowledge Through Obedience
  • Into Forbidden Paths
  • An Illustration
  • Some Results of Bible Study
  • An Unerring Guide
  • Receiving to Give
  • A New Mind
  • The Word and Works of God
  • An Impressive Representation
  • Study the Bible for Yourselves
  • The Bible Its Own Expositor
  • For Further Study
  • Section 13—Medical Studies
  • A Call for Gospel Medical Missionaries
  • The Medical Student
  • Importance of Bible Study
  • Spiritual Growth
  • For Further Study
  • Section 14—A Missionary Training
  • Education a Fitting for Service
  • Christ's Labor for Humanity
  • Long Courses of Study
  • The Character of Teachers
  • Offering to God Our Best
  • Gaining Efficiency
  • The School to Continue the Work of the Home
  • Pleasure in Religion
  • Setting a High Standard
  • Efficiency Through Service
  • The Education Most Essential for Gospel Workers
  • Self-Improvement in Workers
  • “According that a Man Hath”
  • Young Men as Missionaries
  • Foreign Languages
  • Young Men Wanted for Hard Places
  • Co-Operation Between Schools and Sanitariums
  • Medical Evangelistic Work
  • The Benefit to the Patients
  • Unity Among Workers
  • Consecrated Service
  • A Broader View
  • Earning Scholarships
  • An Encouraging Experience
  • A Missionary Education
  • Worldly Plans Not to Be Followed
  • New Methods
  • The Youth to Be Burden Bearers
  • Literary Societies
  • Student Missionary Work
  • A Valuable Experience
  • Helpful Effort in the School
  • For Further Study