December 23, 2011
Breaking Church News

Andrews University Dean Dies Suddenly

Valerie Phillips was also a columnist for the Review.

Pastor Gives Inside Story of Chilean Miners

Carlos Parra Díaz recounts tales of courage.

Adventist Honored by White House

Doctor cited for work at the National Cancer Institute.

Evangelism Symposium Urges Simpler Gospel Presentation

Church leaders share resources and ideas.

Adventist Youth Win "Gold Hope Prize"

"Equal Opportunity Project" provides homework help, tutoring for disadvantaged kids.

Storyboard, "Felts," Now Available for Tablet Computer
With GraceLink Program

iPad app evokes much-loved storytelling method, updated for digital era.

This Week's Holiday Features

"Be Not Afraid" vs. "Let It Be"

Editorial: Forget the Beatles--there is something much better, notes Bill Knott.

The Darker Side of the Manger

Cover Feature: Few of us consider this aspect of the nativity story, says Gerald Klingbeil.

Celebrating With Compassion

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

Frontline Witnessing

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

The Man in the Red Suit or the Humble Shepherd

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

Love's Pure Light (Video)

Web Exclusive: Watch the 2006 Christmas television show.

Feeling Connected

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

 

Hymns and Favorites

Transmitting exclusively through the Internet, Hymns and Favorites is a commercial-free ministry of Positive Life Radio, based at Walla Walla University in College Place, Washington. The all-music format offers traditional hymns and inspirational favorites from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s.

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