April 6, 2015
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Remembering Robert Schuller

The Crystal Cathedral founder died on April 2. He was 88.

Latino Evangelicals Call for End to Death Penalty

NLEC is the first national evangelical group to do so.

Baptist Race Summit Focuses on Reconciliation

More than 500 leaders attended the conference.

Church of England Appoints Third Woman Bishop

Rachel Treweek is the first woman to oversee a diocese.

Breaking Church News

Redesigned Adventist Review Aims for Younger Audience

The new edition costs less than $20 per year but has more pages filled with practical information for Adventists.

Between the Lines

Adventist Review editors at work in Mexico, Kenya, and the Philippines.

This Week's Special Features

Snow and Stumbling Blocks

Editorial: Kimberly Maran reminds us to simply, helpfully—be a witness.

Giving Our Sexuality to God

Heart and Soul Theology: John Nixon on going where we truly belong.

"The Church Appears About to Fall..."

The Life of Faith: "There are, however, signs of hope," says Andy Nash.

Splitting the Urgent Darkness

March 26 Cover Feature: Bill Knott reminds us of how much we need a resurrection.

Conspiracy Theories

Adventist Life: Is the church immune? Alejandro Medina Villareal poses an important question.

Kicking Against the Goads

Editorial: "Choosing Jesus’ way saves us the hurt of kicking against the goads," says Lael Caesar.

This Summer In San Antonio

March 19 Cover Feature: Wilona Karimabadi says ​GC session isn’t just for church workers.

Classical 90.5 WSMC

Serving a fine arts radio audience, Classical 90.5 WSMC is operated by Southern Adventist University in Collegedale, Tennessee. The station offers classical and sacred music along with National Public Radio programs.

Let's Pray

The Adventist Review staff meets each Wednesday morning at 8:15 for worship and prayer. We'd love to include your prayer requests, so send them to prayer@adventistreview.org. Let's share in each others' lives.

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