April 15, 2015
Breaking Church News

2,009 Baptized in Unprecedented Evangelistic Series in Venezuela

A total of 15,600 church members join forces to share Jesus with their neighbors.

ADRA Feeds Displaced Nigerians on Anniversary of Girls' Abduction

The Adventist agency assists hundreds of people on the frontlines of the crisis.

Voice of Prophecy Cuts Ribbon at New Offices

Shawn Boonstra brings the religious broadcaster to the Colorado hometown of its founder, H.M.S Richards.

San Antonio: Surprise Stories Emerge From Free Clinic

Meanwhile, organizers say the value of the free healthcare doubled to $20 million.

New Book Highlights Adventist Boy's Nazi-Era Faith

"No Heil Hitler!" won a national award in Australia before it was even published.

20 Paintings You Don't Want to Miss on 'Eden to Eden' Tour

A new exhibit at the Adventist Church's headquarters shows how God has led His people.

How Never to Be Offended

Commentary: It may sound strange, but I am never offended by anything when I'm in tune with God and His law.

This Week's Special Features

Adventism Through Millennials' Eyes

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

A Lesson in Fatherhood From Tiger Woods

News commentary: The golf giant’s disqualification from a contest unravels the mystery of a father’s love.

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.

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.

Hymns and Favorites

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