August 18, 2014
Breaking Church News

Nancy Lamoreaux to Serve as the Adventist World Church's First CIO

The NAD IT Director will implement a global tech strategy.

Australia: Weet-Bix Voted Most Trusted Breakfast Food

The survey was conducted by Readers' Digest.

Italy: 15 PUC Honor Students Study Beauty in Florence

The students see different perspectives of beauty through lectures, assignments, and tours.

Liberia: LLU Alumni Offer Health Care Amid Ebola Epidemic

Cooper Adventist Hospital will stay open in spite of the virus outbreak.

Solomon Islands: 97 Baptized at World Changers Youth Congress

Keynote speaker challenges those baptized to change the world.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Evangelical Leaders to Travel to Israel to Signal Support

The trip was organized by the National Religious Broadcasters.

Bibles Booted from Naval Base Guest Rooms

The decision has infuriated some conservative groups.

Losing Religion at College? New Study Flips the Common Wisdom

The survey reveals changing trends.

Atheists Force N.C. Diner to End Prayer Discounts

The four-year practice ended on August 6.

This Week's Special Features

Wilson: No Room for Evolution in Adventist Schools

The Adventist Church leader makes a case for a young Earth as he opens a major Bible and science conference in Utah.

Why is God so Misunderstood?

Web Exclusive: Norman R. Gulley shares his perspective on one of the great tragedies in human history.

Luther Lets Go

Story: Carrie Purkeypile shares one man's journey from drugs to service in the Lord.

The Visit of the Magi

Editorial: How is it that we have subtly constructed a church culture across the face of Adventism in which new ministries must wait for approval, asks Bill Knott.

One People: Washed by the Blood, Robed in White

Editorial: "God did not leave humanity without an effective remedy for its divisiveness," says John Fowler.

A Voice to Reach the World

In the Spotlight: Adventist Review editor Bill Knott interviews Shawn and Jean Boonstra.

Abraham's Other Children

July 24 Cover: Linda Smith on how God is reaching Muslims with the gospel.


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