April 27, 2011
Breaking Church News

Adventist Ministers to Gang Community

Former drug addict now calls himself "advocate."

Longtime Adventist Review Designer Bill Tymeson Dies

Served magazine since 1996.

Adventist Youth Plant Seeds of Service

United Youth Congress attendees immersed themselves into the community.

World Religion News

Headlines from Religion News Service

Senate Confirms Religious Freedom Ambassador

Suzan Johnson Cook was nominated in June 2010.

Study: Pro-Life Laws Aid Abortion Decline

Abortions dropped 22 percent from 1990 to 2005.

Court Dismisses Challenge to National Day of Prayer

The National Day of Prayer is observed on May 5.

Burned Church Nears Completion as Suspect Found Guilty

Michael Jacques was convicted on arson and civil rights charges.

April 28, 2011 Adventist Review

The Seventh Day: It's More Than a Name--It's a Mission

Seventh-day Adventist is more than a name. It's a link to our past and our future.

Who Does the Choosing?

If the future is set, do we still get to choose?

Father Joseph Bates

For early Seventh-day Adventists he was a source of encouragement and inspiration.

Out of the Picture

Where are you in the picture? What are we doing for those on their way out?

Staying Sane Amid Instability

Cause your faith to control your fears, not the other way around.

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This Week's Special Features

Sandra Blackmer's India Adventure

Follow the Adventist Review's assistant editor as she visits literacy schools in India.

A Taste of New Wine

We cannot continue to do business as usual.

A Checklist for Christians

What are the essential characteristics of being Christian?

His Tomb Is Empty

Jesus didn't die just for our sins. He conquered death itself.

The Great Divide

As we celebrate the passion and the resurrection of Jesus Christ, let's open our lives to its transforming power.

Buzzing About the Beehive

Young adults actively involved in reaching their secular campuses for Christ.

Passing the Poison

We have enough to be concerned about without adding rumor-mongering to the mix.

Celebrate Your Troubles

An excerpt from The Blessing of Adversity by Barry Black,
chaplain of the U.S. Senate and a Seventh-day Adventist minister.

 

Emmanuel-Brinklow Adventist Church

Located in Ashton, Maryland, the growing congregation is led by the preaching ministry of Pastor Anthony Medley and his pastoral team. The church has established a growing Internet presence that features video sermons.

Let's Pray

The Adventist Review staff meets each Wednesday morning at 8 a.m. 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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