December 17, 2014
10 Days of Prayer, January 7-17, 2015

Start your year with prayer by participating in 10 Days of Prayer, January 7-17, 2015. The theme for this life-changing initiative is, “Experiencing the Fruit of the Spirit.” Sign up at www.TenDaysofPrayer.org, and invite your friends. Join the Facebook event at 10DaysofPrayer2015, follow it on Twitter at #10DaysofPrayer2015, and watch live episodes of Hope TV’s program, Let’s Pray on DirecTV 368, and streaming online at Let’s Pray-10 Days of Prayer at www.hopetv.org.

Breaking Church News

Canadian University College Changes Name

The new name, Burman University, aims to end confusion about the old name.

'Lankmark' Decision Inches Avondale Toward University Status

The Australian college becomes the first non-university to get the right to self-accredit all higher education courses.

Romanian Students Share Jesus Through a Quirky Book

The young adults make “Jesus of New York” by a retired Andrews University professor their missionary tool for 2015.

Christmas Comes Early for Jamaican With Leaky Roof

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

Muslim Teens Join Adventists in Refusing Sabbath Exams

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

December 18, 2014 Adventist Review

Teenagers, Service, and Transformation

Cover Feature: Julie Z. Lee on the long-term impact of short-term missions.

The Imperfect Leader

‚ÄčThe reality of human limitations.

‚ÄčI Stayed

Editorial: With the church losing young adults in droves, Gerald Klingbeil offers a thoughtful way to help them stick around.

God’s Greatest Gift

Journey's With Jesus: Jill Morikone reminds us that it really is the thought that counts.

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This Week's Special Features

Between Suicide and Salvation

Introducing the Why: Jimmy Phillips on the only thing that can vanquish the darkness.

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.


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