December 15, 2014
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

After Ferguson and Garner Decisions, Evangelicals Take a Stand

White Christians beyond evangelicalism also voice concerns.

Archbishop of Canterbury: Anglicans May Split

Differences on women’s ordination and LGBT rights are pulling the church apart.

Supreme Court Seems Wary on Death Penalty

At least three justices consistently vote against blocking state executions.

Named for Chuck Colson, Federal Panel Looks to Reform Prisons

The task force is composed of nine experts.


Breaking Church News

Muslim Teens Join Adventists in Refusing Sabbath Exams

Teachers speak of a double miracle at an Adventist school in the former Soviet Union.

Adventist Pastors Dedicate FriChik Facility

Atlantic Natural Foods, which recently bought the Loma Linda brand, holds a ceremony at its food plant.

Christmas Comes Early for Jamaican With Leaky Roof

A group of Adventist men build a new home for an elderly woman in need.

This Week's Special Features

​A Tribute to First Responders

Transformation Tips: Delbert Baker counsels us to follow the methods of the Master First Responder, Jesus Christ.

My Deceitful Heart

Story: Former Review editor Bill Johnsson fesses up about once being a legalistic health nut.

The Last House

November 27 Cover Story: Benjamin Baker's story as a young literature evangelist who saw the fruit of his labor long after he thought he would.

Between the Lines

WEB EXCLUSIVE: A monthly column offering highlights of staff members’ activities at Adventist Review and Adventist World.

That Crucial First Year

Editorial: Bill Knott on how we can help support those newest to our spiritual family.

Bikers With a Mission

WEB EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Produced by the Pacific Union Conference's Church Support Services, "Bikers With a Mission" profiles a unique California ministry.

Adventist Scholars Commemorate Gerhard F. Hasel

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Leading Evangelicals join in acknowledging the impact of Hasel’s teaching and writing.

The Conundrum

Heart and Soul Theology: Yong Shin Chee on how he came to understand the Trinity.



Reaching Your Heart Radio

Based at the Reaching Hearts Church, an Adventist congregation in the Allegheny East Conference, the program airs weekly in the Washington D.C. area and is heard  throughout North America on XM Satellite Radio at 10 p.m. ET on week nights and Sunday mornings at 10 a.m.. The speaker is Michael Oxentenko, who pastors the congregation in Spencerville, Maryland.

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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This Week's Special Features

Biblical Hermeneutics 101

Heart and Soul Biblical Studies: Have you ever wondered what that means? Michael Zwaagstra breaks it down for us.

Whither Publishing?

December 10 Cover Feature: Steve Chavez on how Adventist printing responds to changing demographics.

Companions at the Gates

Editorial: Bill Knott reminds us to "Choose well and wisely those with whom you share the path."

A Tribute to First Responders

Transformation Tips: Delbert Baker counsels us to follow the methods of the Master First Responder, Jesus Christ.

My Deceitful Heart

Story: Former Review editor Bill Johnsson fesses up about once being a legalistic health nut.

The Last House

November 27 Cover Story: Benjamin Baker's story as a young literature evangelist who saw the fruit of his labor long after he thought he would.

Between the Lines

WEB EXCLUSIVE: A monthly column offering highlights of staff members’ activities at Adventist Review and Adventist World.


WAUS 90.7 FM

Reaching southwestern Michigan and northern Indiana, WAUS FM is owned and operated by Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan. WAUS offers Classical music and provides community information and event participation.

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.

AR Video Report

For 165 years the Adventist Review has inspired believers to deepen their relationship with God. Today we’re more vigorous than ever. We’re growing, changing, adapting to the times. Watch this video and you’ll be inspired too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjJWKcQjjVQ

Visit Us on Facebook

Share your comments, recommendations, and suggestions. Respond to our articles and posts. 

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