December 16, 2011
Breaking Church News

Clinton Valley to Head University of Southern  Caribbean

Was education school dean at La Sierra University.

Adventists, National TV Station Unite to Help Disaster Victims

Guatemala hit by earthquakes, tropical storms.

Former GC Undertreasurer Dies

William L. Murrill was 85.

Amazing Facts Promotions Nominated for Awards

National Religious Broadcasters says Adventist ministry shines in two categories.

Missiologist Brings Adventist Perspective to New Book on Christian Mission

Publication is an outgrowth of 2010 Edinburgh World Missionary Conference.

This Week's Special Features

The Man in the Red Suit or the Humble Shepherd

40 Below: What's the real story of Christmas? Erica Richards explains.

Celebrating with Compassion

Editorial: Carlos Medley reminds us that giving is better than receiving this holiday season.

Frontline Witnessing

Cover Feature: Sandra Blackmer shares the story of student colporteurs sharing Jesus door to door.

Love's Pure Light (Video)

Web Exclusive: Watch the 2006 Christmas television show.

If the Creation Account Isn't True...

Editorial: Mark A. Kellner is not ashamed to believe what the Bible says. End of story.

Her Music Continues

Cover Feature: Virginia-Gene Rittenhouse was one of Adventism's
great musical visionaries. Just ask Jennifer Mae Barizo.

What the Prodigal Did Right!

Devotional: Honesty with self is a great and painful virtue, says Beatrice Neall.

Feeling Connected

Web Exclusive: Gary B. Swanson reminds us that everyone is hardwired for connectedness.

 

Classical 90.5 WSMC

Serving a fine arts radio audience, Classical 90.5 WSMC is operated by Southern Adventist University in Collegedale, Tennessee. Under the leadership of general manager Scott Kornblum, WSMC offers classical and sacred music along with some National Public Radio programs.

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 other's lives.

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