April 22, 2013
Live From Andrews University

General Conference president Ted N. C. Wilson will be addressing students at Andrews University on Friday, April 19, at 7:30 p.m. (eastern). His topic, "Authentic Spirituality," will be streamed live at AdventistReview.org. Tell your friends.

Breaking Church News

Dakota Conference Moves to Bismark

Relocation makes front-page news in North Dakota.

New Book: Christians Suffer a Global Assault

Scholars take up issue of freedom of religion.

No More Anniversaries, Wilson Says in Spring Meeting Sermon

Sabbath message calls for recapture of urgency.

Florida Congregation's Radio Station Yields Baptisms

In Leesburg, population 19,000, local media outreach touches lives.

Survey: Morality Down, Bible Reading Shunned

American Bible Society poll shows polarized public.

Adventist Leaders Hear Fresh Perspective on Early Adventist History

At Battle Creek's 'Historic Adventist Village,' movement's lessons recounted.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Top Mormon Leader Warns Against 'Tolerance Trap'

Boyd Packer is next in line to take over the LDS.

N.C. Faith Groups Remain Worried After Religion Bill Is Pulled

The bill would've established a state-sanctioned church.

As They Turn 150, Adventists Pray for Christ's Return

The church has mushroomed to more than 17 million members.

Clerics Say U.N. Development Goals Must Be Reached

Church leaders are calling on governments to meet antipoverty benchmarks by 2015.

Poll: Americans Love the Bible But Don't Read It Much

The average household has 4.4 Bibles.

April 18, 2013, Adventist Review

Walking the Newsbeat

Cover Feature: Debbie Michel's story of her life as a journalist who wanted to find more than the news.

Many Hearts, One Love

Heart and Soul Biblical Studies: Tara Vin Cross on how we can all find the road called "together."


Editorial: Lael Caesar explains sqooshkappers to us.

Cultural Leaders

The Life of Faith: Andy Nash points to leaders in popular culture for lessons we can all learn from them.

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This Week's Special Features

More Than Platitudes

Journeys With Jesus: Jill Morikone relates the story of a person who needed more than words.

Two Books, A Simple Request, and a Changed Life

Feature: Ernesto Ferreira has a compelling story that must be heard, says Sandra Blackmer.

"And Worship Him"

Editorial: Bill Knott reminds us of the importance of exalting our Lord through worshipping Him.

That Mission Field Down the Street

April 11 Cover Feature: There's an untapped mission field at your local high school,  says Scott Ward.

Say Goodbye to Diabetes

Web Exclusive: Adventist Review editor Bill Knott interviews Dr. Wes Youngberg about his new book.

For Love or Obligation?

As I See It: Jean-Luc Lezeau on the pros and cons of a flat tax.

A Poem in Progress

March 28 Cover: "It is our privilege to pursue to the end the reciting Jesus left unfinished," says Marcos Paseggi.


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Pioneer Memorial Church

Located on the Andrews University campus in Berrien Springs, Michigan, the Pioneer Memorial Church is lead by the pulpit ministry of Pastor Dwight Nelson, who has established a dynamic television and Internet ministry.

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