April 16, 2014
United Prayer Works

A series of short video spots on the power of uniting in prayer with fellow believers can be seen by clicking here. These video spots call believers to humble, fervent prayer, as in the book of Acts, so the Holy Spirit’s power can be unleashed, obstacles be removed, and the Word of God can go forth so Jesus can come very, very soon.

Breaking Church News

Allegheny West Members Minister in the Aftermath of Communism

The stamp of Communism is still visible in Albania.

Adventist Leaders Suspend "The Record Keeper" Movie

However strong endorsements raised for creative outreach.

Church Gets Huge Support for Appeal

The community services of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Solomon Islands received huge support. 

Students Complete Bible Reading Marathon

Students, staff, and faculty from Walla Walla University took turns reading the entire Bible, one chapter at a time.

Dwight Nelson Speaks at Sunset Lake Re-Fresh Retreat

400 gathered at Sunset Lake Camp in Wilkeson, Washington.

PAA Student Receives Presidential Service Award

The award recognizes those who have volunteered a significant amount of their time to serve their communities and country. 

California Academy Reaches Out

Orangewood Academy TOAST students learn biology lessons while cleaning up local parks.

Taking the Book to Heart

Wyoming Valley Falcons Pathfinders Club competed in international competition affectionately called “the Bible Bowl.”

West Venezuela: Church Draws Many Believers During City Evangelism Impact

From the start of campaign, which took place March 1-22, more than 8,000 people received Bible studies.

April 17, 2014 Adventist Review

The Stench of Betrayal, the Scent of Forgiveness

April 17 Cover Feature: Randy Roberts on how Christ changed the way we look at life.

Super Bowl Sabbath

Adventist Life: Ray Hartwell wants to know what might happen if the church could bottle the excitement of the Super Bowl.

A Sign for All Seasons

Editorial: "The risenness that is our only hope is neither seasonal nor temporary," says Bill Knott.

A Culprit Barely Pardoned

Cliff's Edge: Cliff Goldstein on the grace that comes with being forgiven.

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This Week's Special Features

"It's a Legal Document, Right?"

Searching the Obvious: This latest one from Dixil Rodriguez will require Kleenex.

Missing Jesus

Editorial: Kimberly Luste Maran reminds us to search the Scriptures and really see Jesus.

The 11:00 Hour

April 10 Cover Feature: Stephen Chavez looks at how changes in communication and society have affected the sermon your hear on Sabbath morning.

At the Feet of His Disciples

Heart and Soul Biblical Studies: Richard A. Sabuin talks about how Jesus washing His disciples feet still impacts us 2,000 years later.

How to Survive Spiritually in Prison

Transformation Tips: Delbert Baker draws lessons from imprisoned Adventist minister António Monteiro.


Editorial: Gerald Klingbeil issues a warning against instant gratification.

Remembering Rwanda

Web Exclusive: Claude Richli recently visited Rwanda -- 20 years after the genocide. Read his 6-part report.  

Biblical Earmarks

Heart and Soul -- Theology: What does the Bible teach about meditation? Ask Derick A. Adu


Stories of Faith

Everyone has a story! What's yours? Discover how we can be salt and light in a world of need. This collection of videos is produced by the Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, with offices in Westlake Village, California.

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 other's lives.

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