April 27, 2015
Breaking Church News

Adventist Leader in Nepal Tells of Panic and Pain

No Adventists were injured in the earthquake, but at least four churches were damaged.

Adventists Rush to Help After Deadly Quake Rocks Nepal

As the death toll tops 1,500, an Adventist hospital and ADRA assist on the frontlines.

Zambia's President Celebrates Milestone of 1 Million Adventists

Zambia becomes the fourth country with 1 million Adventists.

Two Numbers You (Probably) Haven't Heard From San Antonio

Patients at the free clinic showed an astonishing willingness to accept religious literature.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Syrian Refugees to Hit 4 Million

An estimated 220,000 have been killed since 2011.

Oklahoma AG Wants Citizens to Distribute Religious Literature in Schools

Scott Pruitt says the action would defend religious freedom.

Canadian High Court Rules Out Prayer at City Council Meetings

The decision culminates a case that dates back to 2007.

Robert Schuller Memorial Covered by Crowdfunding Campaign

The money will establish a digital legacy for the televangelist.

This Week's Special Features

What Christians Can Learn From a Marathon Cheat

Commentary: A woman who lost her gold medal at the St. Louis Marathon last week offers a lesson about shortcuts, says John Bradshaw.

Avoiding a Sabbath Plane Flight Saved My Life

Commentary: Crises are God’s opportunities to remind us of realities we should take seriously.

The Cost of Discipleship

WEB EXCLUSIVE Commentary: Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the church's prophetic voice.

How Never to Be Offended

Commentary: It may sound strange, but I am never offended by anything when I'm in tune with God and His law.

Adventism Through Millennials' Eyes

Engage: Three scholars share the latest research on the attitudes of millennial Adventists.

A Lesson in Fatherhood From Tiger Woods

News commentary: The golf giant’s disqualification from a contest unravels the mystery of a father’s love.

Am I an Adventist?

April Cover Feature: The Review editor challenges readers to think carefully about their chosen identity.


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