April 21, 2010
Breaking Church News

LLU Grad Brings Healing to AIDS Victims

Harvey Elder prays with patients, shares Christ.

Ophthamologists Go a Long Way to Bring Eye Care to Patients

Doctors minister in Micronesia and Guatemala.

Biodiversity and Conservation Center Opens

University's goal is to study creation care.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Vatican Issues Guidelines For Handling Sex Abuse Cases

The guide stresses cooperation with civil authorities.

Foot Washing Lands Louisiana Official in Hot Water

Parish president offers employees the ordinance of humility.

Faith Leaders Weigh in on Stevens' Legacy

The Supreme Court justice was an advocate for church-state seperation.

TSA Rolls Back Airport Security Screenings

Muslims, Sikhs welcome the change.

April 22 Adventist Review

The LLU School of Medicine 100 Years Later

What a century of medicine means to the church.

Choosing a Medical School?

Students explain why LLUSM is the place to be.

The Whole Story on Whole Health

Lifestyle medicine and LLU go hand in hand.

Deserved Recognition

Editor Bill Knott talks about this special edition of the Adventist Review.

Mission: Compassion

At the end of it all, compassion is what drives LLU's brand of healthcare.

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This Week's Special Features

Where are the Young Men?

Albert Mohler asks: Are males a vanishing breed on college campuses?

Reaching Out

One man tells of his lifelong struggle with homosexuality.

Meet @ the Text

The case for a strong Adventist center

The Relief of Forgiveness

Without change on our part toward those who wrong us, forgiveness is mere lip service.

Problems with "Adventist" Futurism

Are some Adventists obsessed with prophetic speculation?

Updates From the 2010 Spring Meetings

The latest news from the recent gathering

Miles High on Marriage

Is marital faithfulness a thing of the past?

 

Messages from Bermuda

With 3,172 members and 10 churches, the Bermuda Confrence of Seventh-day Adventists is spreading the good news of the gospel throughout that island nation. The conference also operates an elementary school and day academy. Under the leadership of President Jeffrey B. Brown, the conference has recently started an Internet ministry that features selected messages delivered at conference churches.

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