April 15, 2011

Are You a Modern-day Disciple?

Do you want to be more effective in sharing God’s love with family, friends, and neighbors? If so, you should attend the “Festival of the Laity” September 7-10, 2011, in Dallas, Texas. The convention features workshops in 50 ministries including Sabbath school, youth, young adult, prison, and puppet ministries. The program also features dynamic preaching and wonderful music. For more information or to register, visit the Festival of the Laity Web site.

Breaking Church News

Dr. Wayne McFarland Dies

He helped millions to quit smoking.

Church Leaders Stress Accountability During Spring Meeting Session

Financial, leadership transparency is the goal.

Wilson Opens Spring Meeting Sermon with Call to Christ's Righteousness

'Our only hope at history's close,' he says.

Adventist Church Intensifies Japan Relief Effort

Northern Asia-Pacific Division pledges $50,000.

This Week's Special Features

Passing the Poison

We have enough to be concerned about without adding rumor-mongering to the mix.

Reaching the Unreached

Adventist Frontier Missions takes on the challenge of touching the world for Christ.

Jesus and the Word

We have the Scriptures available in every language.
What are we going to do with that?

Celebrate Your Troubles

An excerpt from The Blessing of Adversity by Barry Black,
chaplain of the U.S. Senate and a Seventh-day Adventist minister.

AAA Board Votes on La Sierra University Accreditation

AAA grants the university a limited extension.

As Things Unravel: An Adventist Ponders the Middle East

Shawn Boonstra shares his perspective on today's headlines.

What's Happening to These Kids?

Why the childhood obesity epidemic must matter to Adventists.

 

Maranatha Mission Stories

Produced by Maranatha Volunteers International (MVI), in Sacramento, California, the weekly 30-minute telecast features stories from around the world. Host Dick Duerksen introduces viewers to communities that have been changed, and mission volunteers share inspirational personal testimonies of their experiences.

Let's Pray

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

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