December 18, 2013
Great News From Andrews University School of Health Professions

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Breaking Church News

Alex Bryan to Return to WWU Church

Alex Bryan, most recently president of Kettering College in Ohio, will return to pulpit he previously held.

Adventist Church Membership Passes the 18 Million Mark

Fast growing church hits new milestone.

Black: God 'Texting me' Gave Shutdown Prayers

Senate chaplain speaks at Oakwood preaching conference

Loma Linda Disaster Team Joins ADRA for Philippines Typhoon Relief Effort

A disaster response team from LLUH has just returned from a three-week deployment to the Philippines.

As Snow Snarls Traffic, Adventists Mark Year of New York City Evangelism

Wilson addresses meetings in three locations; King says it’s “NY13 – and beyond”

At Adventist HQ Outreach Event, Evidence Points to Creator

The Creation: Earth Is a Witness movie was accompanied by live orchestra

Ecumenical Organization Releases Statement About Evangelism

Adventist Church went to observe, not endorse

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Archbishop: Fighting in Central Africa Republic Is Not About Religion

The violence has killed at least 465 since December 5.

Kenya: Pentecostal Pastors Push Prayer for HIV Patients

Some people quit taking drugs.

Pope Francis Tops Facebook's List of Most-Talked-About Topics

Facebook has 1.2 billion users.

Norman Rockwell Masterpiece Sells for $46 Million

Rockwell produced more than 300 paintings.

December 19, 2013 Adventist Review

The Color of Freedom

November 19 Cover: Many people imagine Jesus as bland and one-dimensional. They are wrong, says William G. Johnsson.

H3 Missions: Help for Hurting Humanity

Adventist Life: Features editor Sandra Blackmer interviews Nyron McLean about providing aid to those still recovering from the earthquake that jolted Haiti.

Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh

Heart and Soul: Devotional: Emanuel Millen believes that gifts fit for a king are also powerful symbols of spiritual truth.

The Best and the Brightest

Heart and Soul: Biblical Studies: The quest for truth goes best with humility, according to Clifford Goldstein.

I Delight to Do Your Will

Editorial: Gerald A Klingbeil declares, "I pray for the joy of seeing God's perfect law at play in my heart."

Yahweh, He Is the God

Editorial: Lael Caesar asserts, "If He is, follow Him!"

Christmas at the South Pole

Column: Transformation Tips: The gospel has power where ever it is shared, says Delbert Baker.

Two Funerals

Column: Journeys With Jesus: Jill Morikone shares a hope. "Someday, this great controversy will end."

The Way Men Treat Women

Column: The Life of Faith: It's time for all of us--created in the image of God--to act like it, declares Andy Nash.

Simple Gifts

Reflections: Stephen Chavez believes simple gifts have been known to change the world.

This Week's Special Features

A Living Tribute: Dr. Leona Running

Web Exclusive: Karen K. Abrahamson shares her appreciation of Running's life of ministry.

"Eat Your Vegetables"

Column: Introducing the Why: Its all about God's temple, says Jimmy Phillips.

Red Intrepid

Editorial: God raised men and women unafraid to travel light, according to Bill Knott.

Christmas With Abraham

December 12 Cover: What happens when God comes to dinner?

Reaching Russia With the Word

Adventist Life: Going into all the world, no matter the cost.

25 Hope-filled Messages (Daily Videos)

Web Exclusive: Adventist Church President Ted N. C. Wilson shares daily video messages during this holiday season.

 

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