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  What’s the most valuable advice you have ever received? Getting off her chair, she walks over to the edge of the room and picks up a magazine. Settling back in her chair, she points to the title and I read the words: Saved to Serve “If you keep that as your purpose, it’s going...
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Weimar Institute leaders are thrilled to welcome Clive Coutet as the new director of media. Coutet has a rich background in video and media production. He developed Lineage, a Christian history video series, and serves as its media director.For the past ten years, he has been the owner of a successful videography business, working with countless individual...
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  “Why They Did That” is a new podcast created by Weimar College students Christian Freed & Dean Cullinane. The podcast was born from the students’ desire to share the gospel in ways that are relatively untouched by the Adventist Church. Work on the project started after the Weimar College Graduation ceremony in May of...
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Weimar Institute’s current building project will ease housing shortage With a record enrollment this semester and a subsequent need for more staff, Weimar Institute faces a housing shortage. While temporary solutions are being considered, construction of a new apartment complex to house the growing number of staff and students on campus began last summer. According...
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College students opened up October with their bi-annual Rest & Relaxation (R&R) weekend retreat at Monterey Bay Academy. Dr. Phodidas Ndamyumugabe, our newest Theology professor, shared his testimony of how God miraculously preserved his life during the Rwandan genocide of 1994, leaving students riveted. During the worships, students alike were able to share their personal testimonies,...
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During the week of October 8-12, Weimar Institute held its first diversity week with programs emphasizing socio-economic, religious, and cultural diversity. The Weimar Institute has a rich and diverse history. Established in 1978 on the former grounds of a tuberculosis sanatorium and later a refugee clinic, Weimar Institute is home to a college as well...
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Arthur’s* blood sugar level had come down from about 400mg/dL but had plateaued at 200mg/dL for the longest time despite medication. He could not bring it down any further. Upon hearing about the Diabetes Undone program held at the Weimar Institute, he was interested to see about reversing his diabetes naturally. Upon arriving at the...
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Everything is happening too much, too fast. Yet in this environment I seem to thrive. AnnElise Kuninobu, a 2016 Weimar Academy graduate, was a sophomore in college when she decided to volunteer as a teacher for a year. The beginning of 2018 found her at VIDA Internacional Elementary School in the southern-central highlands of Honduras....
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The new school year is off to a great start with new students and faculty pouring in from all parts of the globe! This year, Weimar College has the privilege of welcoming a new team of diverse and wonderfully accomplished faculty to join us. Mr. Joel Lutes Library Joel Lutes comes to the Weimar College...
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How do you change the world? For students and staff at Weimar Institute, it’s one pile of leaves raked, one dish washed, and one conversation at a time. In August 2017, Weimar launched its Total Community Involvement (TCI) program. Based on the world church’s Total Member Involvement (TMI), this plan called for students, staff and...
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