April 11, 2012
Breaking Church News

Surveys Sharpen Statistics, Adventist Research Claims

New wave of research aims to prove, or correct, widely held assumptions.

20,000 Adventist Youth Trade Vacation for Service

Evangelism a component of "Mission Caleb" outreach in Peru.

GC Leaders Visit Adventists in China

Hundreds of thousands follow Advent message.

Wilson Leads Massive Brazilian Outreach 

Three million The Great Hope books were distributed.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Dalai Lama Wins Templeton Prize

This year's award is $1.7 million.

After Trayvon Martin Case, Churches Say 'Stereotypes Cost Lives'

Some believe the death offers a 'teachable moment.'

Vatican Promotes Church's Role in Fighting the Mafia

Officials take a public stand in Sicily.

Report: Church Giving on the Rebound

Giving was down $1.2 billion in 2010.

April12, 2012, Adventist Review

Miracle Greenhouse

Cover Feature: Sandra Blackmer tells the story of the miracles at Sunnydale Academy.

Faith is a Place

Theology: Faith is seeing reality from God's perspective, asserts Harold McGregor.

With the Grown-ups Now

Editorial: Wilona Karimabadi adjusts to a new Sabbath school, and learns something along the way.

Selling the Sabbath Short

Introducing the Why: What is the true meaning of the Sabbath? Jimmy Phillips shares his perspective.

This Week's Special Features

What a Ukrainian Bird Told Me

Dateline Moscow: Dig deeper into Matthew 27:24 with Andrew McChesney.

The Absent Presence

Web Exclusive: Dwight K. Nelson reminds us that an empty tomb changed the world.

Video Messages From Bill Knott

Web Exclusive: Adventist Review editor Bill Knott delivered these sermons at the 140th Annual Festival of Faith camp meeting in the Southern New England Conference.

Titanic Warning Signs

Web Exclusive: Don't wait until it's too late to make course corrections, says Wes Youngberg.

Carpe Diem

Editorial: Gerald Klingbeil invites us to seize each day--even if we feel as though we are constantly running through them.

Too Much TV?

Web Exclusive: When does TV viewing become excessive? Physicians Allan R. Handysides and Peter N. Landless explain. 

Of Giants and Grasshoppers

Cover Feature: Mark Ferrell on when seeing is still not believing.



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