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Breaking Church News

Asscherick, Reality 7 Inspire Adventist Youth

Former punk rocker encourages youth.

ASI Europe Elects New Leaders, Promotes Evangelism

The meeting drew nearly 1,200 attendees.

DayStar Academy: Radical Rescue, Radical Vision

Former UC professor launches new venture.

New Media Program Launches in Quebec

Program provides missionary training for students.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Congress Votes Down Non-religious Military Chaplains

The military recognizes more than 200 endorsing agents.

Syria Refugee Numbers Soar

Nearly 2 million have fled the country.

Mistaken Identity Brings Death Threats to Florida Pastor

Pastor George Zimmermann served 55 years in ministry.

Court: Law Designating 'Israel' as Birthplace Unconstitutional

A legal challenge was started in 2002.

August 8, 2013, Adventist Review

It's Personal: ASI Reaches Around the Globe

ASI Cover Feature: Conna Bond shares inspiring stories of ASI members around the world.

Redeeming the Blind

Devotional: "Jesus wasn't the author of man's blindness, but He did authorize his salvation," says Justin McNeilus.

It's Personal: They Found a Life Calling in Zambia

Alan and Pauline Knowles started by helping to provide roofs.

Wildwood Builds New Medical Team

ASI Feature: ASI staff members report on great things happening at Wildwood.

Pass This Along

Editorial: Bill Knott takes a look at what's really "new" in the church.

On Bended Knee

Journeys With Jesus: Jill Morikone reminds us of what happens as long as our hearts and minds are willing.

The Gap

Cliff's Edge: Cliff Goldstein examines the great divide between our dreams and ambitions, and the realities we are dealt.

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This Week's Special Features

Humbled and Exalted

Dateline Moscow: Andrew McChesney's account of unexpected blessings in the company of important people.


Editorial: What constitutes a winner in God's eyes is different from what we may think. Lael Caesar explains.

SHAREHIM in Nicaragua

Web Exclusive: Micheal Goetz, youth pastor at Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews University, is leading a team of 27 students in an evangelistic thrust in Nicaragua. Follow their journey day by day.

Gabrielle's Story

July 25 Cover Feature: Wilona Karimabadi tells the story of a devoted follower of God caught in terrible times.

Lost: One Adventist Child

Adventist Life: Wesley and Miriam Taylor make a case for Adventist education.

Don't Hang Up Your Harp

Back to Basics: Hyveth Williams reminds us that we should praise God in whatever circumstances we find ourselves.

Cats, Kids--and Jesus?

July 18 Cover Feature: All about navigating social media with a purpose.


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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).

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