August 20, 2014
Breaking Church News

More Than 600 Pathfinders Baptized at Huge Oshkosh Camporee

Some 46,000 campers spend five days studying Daniel’s life, engaging in community service, and learning what it means to be “Forever Faithful.”

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.

Nancy Lamoreaux Named Adventist Church’s First CIO

Part of her job will be to prevent incidents like a $500,000 cyber theft last year.

Bike for Life Group Pedals to Oshkosh From North Carolina

Eleven Pathfinders ages 13 to 67 traveled 830 miles to reach the Forever Faithful Camporee

‚ÄčFifteen Pacific Union College honor students study beauty in Florence

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

August 21, 2014 Adventist Review

Career Objectives at the Cross

Cover Feature: James and John didn't really know what Jesus was up to, asserts John McVay.

Gospel in a Wine Cup?

Heart and Soul Devotional: Deepati Vara Prasad says "No problem, no miracle!"


Editorial: "There is more to excellence than status," says Lael Caesar.

The Equality of Sin

Introducing the Why: Jimmy Phillips takes a look at the question: "Is one sin greater than another?"

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This Week's Special Features

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.

Eight Stories of Grace

August 14 Cover Feature: Compiled from ASI. This story is the center piece of our special ASI issue.

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.

Escrito Está

The largest Adventist Spanish telecast in the world has been in production for 17 years. Based in Simi Valley, California, Escrito Está is the Spanish arm of the It Is Written broadcast ministry. Under the direction of Robert E. Costa, the ministry now reaches every continent. In addition to the weekly program, the ministry also produces an Internet-based daily devotional series called Una Mejor Manera de Vivir (A Better Way to Live).

Let's Pray

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