December 12, 2012
Breaking Church News

Terry Day Named Kettering Health Network President

First woman to head Adventist-owned system.

LLU: International Health Conference "Reclaims the Vision"

First-time meeting of global Adventist medical personnel.

India: AWR Expands Reach

In a first, Adventist program airs on FM radio in Hyderabad, India.

Card-writing Campaign Latest Move to Help Imprisoned Adventists

Church leaders invite members to send Christmas cards.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Charitable Giving Up in 2011

Hurricane Sandy and tax changes may affect 2012 donations.

Commission Suggests Ways to Keep Closer Eye on Lavish Ministries

Evangelicals want more guidance from IRS.

Court Upholds Indiana's Ban on Secular Wedding Officials

Judge's ruling cited the religious roots of marriage.

Jerusalem Restaurants Sue Over Rabbis' Kosher Certification Rules

Nearly a dozen establishments have severed ties with kosher supervisors.

December 13, 2012, Adventist Review

Operation ELF

Cover Feature: "Has a grinch stolen your Christmas?" asks Michael Oxentenko.

The Whisper Behind the Thunder

Devotional: Michael Lombarto hearing the mighty God softly.

The Church in Winter

Editorial: Bill Knott reminds us that when the elements are least friendly, Jesus visits His people.

Your Church of Awesome

The Life of Faith: What makes our church awesome? Andy Nash has an answer.

Reader Response

Adventist Review readers give us their feedback on recent articles.

This Week's Special Features

A Holiday Wake-up Call

AR columnist Gary B. Swanson decries the growing commercialism in Christmas.

The Best Way to Die

Dateline Moscow: Andrew McChesney wanted his plane to crash. Why?

The Secret Sauce

The Leadership Connection: Leslie Pollard shares his perspective on the power of a good example.

Called Together

Video: Watch AR editor Bill Knott make a Möbius and explain its significance.

Characters That Mean It

Biblical Studies: "In practice," suggests Marcos Paseggi, "our actions and motives are not always so clear-cut."

Caught in the Act

November 22 Cover Feature: A little glimpse of a global family.

Objective or Neutral

Editorial: "Neutrality is not the same as objectivity," says Lael Caesar.


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