April 28, 2014
Breaking Church News

Texico Conference Lawsuit Spurs Ordinance Reversal

A Las Cruses, New Mexico, ordinance sought to register churches.

Publishing House to Consider Restructure

New proposals under study.

Pacific Press® to Invest $1 Million to Nurture Church Growth

The investment will help ministries develop church growth projects.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Nigeria: More than 100 School Girls Kidnapped

Christians there launched a three-day prayer and fast period.

Attacks Don't Hinder Ukrainian Christians

Christians face harassment, violence, and gunfire.

New Jersey Lawsuit Seeks to Ban Pledge of Allegiance

The American Humanist Association sues a New Jersey school district.

Most Voters Favor Generic Prayers at Public Meetings

The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to rule on the issue.

This Week's Special Features

Affordable Health Care

Editorial: "Healthy churches are those that recognize their brokenness and rely completely on the celestial Healer," says Gerald Klingbeil.

Feel the Rhythm--Smell the Roses

Biblical Studies: Gerald Klingbeil on how to read biblical poetry in an age of Facebook and Twitter. 

Adventist Review Poetry Special

An Introduction  Free Verse   Hymns  Rhymed Verse

April 23 Cover Feature: This week's issue features works by and for our readers. We've opened the entire issue for your inspiration and enjoyment. Check out sections above.

A Culprit Barely Pardoned

Cliff's Edge: Cliff Goldstein on the grace that comes with being forgiven.

A Sign for All Seasons

Editorial: "The risenness that is our only hope is neither seasonal nor temporary," says Bill Knott.

The Stench of Betrayal, the Scent of Forgiveness

April 17 Cover Feature: Christ changed the way we look at life, says Randy Roberts.

United Prayer Works

Web Exclusive: See the new video series produced by the General Conference. 


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