April 10, 2015
Remember the Disaster & Famine Relief Offering on May 9

Your donations allow Adventist Community Services (ACS) volunteers to assist people affected by tornadoes, floods, fires, and other disasters. In the last 20 years the frequency and intensity of natural disasters has significantly increased. The Disaster & Famine Relief offering supports ACS and ADRA as they work together to alleviate pain and suffering caused by disasters. You can help by sharing Christ’s love through your offering. To donate, click here. 

Breaking Church News

10 Adventists Killed in Kenyan University Massacre

Among the dead is the head of the student-led Adventist church on the Garissa campus.

Adventist Envoy Asks Obama to Protect Religious Freedom

Dwayne Leslie meets with the U.S. president at the White House’s Easter prayer breakfast.

More Than 1 Million Baptized in Inter-American Division

A five-year initiative refocuses church members on evangelism and soul-winning.

San Antonio: Thousands Line Up on 2nd Day of Free Clinic

The Adventist-organized event is on track to treat upwards of 7,500 people, 30 percent more than expected.

GLOW Passes Milestone of 45 Million Copies

From its origins in California, the little missionary tract expands into many countries.

Adventist Church President Holds First Meeting With UN Chief

The two leaders discuss ways to help people and promote religious tolerance.

Was Eri L. Barr the First Black Adventist Minister?

A clue left by an Adventist pioneer leads to the discovery of a very early African-American minister.

Newbold College Makes Foray Into Publishing

Newbold Academic Press’ first book is a surprise tribute to a retired professor.

April 9, 2015, Adventist Review

This month, the Adventist Review was reborn with a brand new design. To celebrate the event the entire contents of the magazine will be open on our web site.   

Am I an Adventist?

Cover Feature: The Review editor challenges readers to think carefully about their chosen identity.

Sacred Balance

Connect: In an age of extreme everything, it's hard to find the perfect balance, says Bonita Joyner Shields.

Adventism Through Millennials' Eyes

Engage: Three scholars share the latest research on the attitudes of millennial Adventists.

Safe Travels

Editorial: Bill Knott introduces the newly redesigned Adventist Review  

Thief on the Cross

Cliff's Edge: Clifford Goldstein asks, "What if the thief on the cross had lived?"

To read more, click here.

This Week's Special Features

Angelina Jolie's Cancer and Jesus Christ's Calvary

Commentary: Lael Caesar asks, "Which is worse--breast cancer or sin?

Snow and Stumbling Blocks

Editorial: Kimberly Maran reminds us to simply, helpfully—be a witness.

Giving Our Sexuality to God

Heart and Soul Theology: John Nixon on going where we truly belong.

"The Church Appears About to Fall..."

The Life of Faith: "There are, however, signs of hope," says Andy Nash.

Splitting the Urgent Darkness

March 26 Cover Feature: Bill Knott reminds us of how much we need a resurrection.

Conspiracy Theories

Adventist Life: Is the church immune? Alejandro Medina Villareal poses an important question.

Hymns and Favorites

Transmitting exclusively through the Internet, Hymns and Favorites is a commercial-free ministry of Positive Life Radio. The all-music format offers Traditional Hymns and inspirational favorites from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s.

Let's Pray

The Adventist Review staff meets each Wednesday morning at 8:15 for worship and prayer. We'd love to include your prayer requests, so send them to prayer@adventistreview.org. Let's share in each others' lives.

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