April 23, 2012
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Cleveland Bishop to Reopen 12 Closed Parishes

The closings were reversed by the Vatican.

Muslim Opposition Grows to Religious Freedom Nominee

Religious and civic groups petition congress.

Houston Baptist U. Might Drop 'Baptist' From Name

Officials say 'Baptist' limits school's potential student pool.

Pope Turns 85 Amid Speculation of Resignation

Benedict XVI has served for seven years as pope.


Spring Meeting Update

Adventist Leaders to Begin Shift in Tithe-source Formula

Plans start to reduce North American Division’s contribution in 2013.

This Week's Special Features

Help! My Child Can't Sit Still in Church

Adventist Life: When your child can't make it through church services, how do you deal with it? Geri Mueller offers practical insights.

Know the Future Now

Editorial: Why should The Great Controversy be important to you to read? Gina Wahlen has an answer.

Daughters of Jerusalem

The Life of Faith: Andy Nash recalls a lesson learned when carrying his tired daughter felt lighter than not carrying her.

Lost Sheep?

Cover Feature: Addison Hudgins, a young adult herself, takes a look at why so many of her peers are leaving the church.

Miracle Greenhouse

Cover Feature: Sandra Blackmer tells the story of the miracles at Sunnydale Academy.

Video Messages From Bill Knott

Web Exclusive: Adventist Review editor Bill Knott delivered these sermons at the 140th Annual Festival of Faith camp meeting in the Southern New England Conference.

Titanic Warning Signs

Web Exclusive: Don't wait until it's too late to make course corrections, says Wes Youngberg.



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