December 29, 2014
10 Days of Prayer, January 7-17, 2015

Start 2015 off by participating in the Ten Days of Prayer, January 7-17.  The theme for this life-changing initiative is, "Experiencing the Fruit of the Spirit." If you are unable to participate during these January dates, choose another 10 days and still receive a blessing. For more information and to register, simply Click here or join the Facebook event at 10DaysofPrayer2015, and follow it on Twitter at #10DaysofPrayer2015.

Religion News Service

Headlines From Religion News Service

2014 in Review: An Unsettling Year

With Religion in a Starring Role

Black Churches Are no Longer Ground Zero for Civil Rights Activism

Churches are lending support but not leading it.

Church of England Names its First Woman Bishop

Libby Lane was one of the first women priests ordained in 1992.

Family TV Not ‘Family-friendly,’ PTC Finds

Profanity and sexuality are prevalent in so-called family-oriented programs.


Breaking Church News

Your 10 Favorite Stories in 2014

A list of the most popular Adventist Review stories for the year.

ADRA Assists Ukrainian Refugees in Russia

A look at how the Adventist Church is caring for people in Russia’s Rostov region.

This Week's Special Features

He Isn't Even Mine

December 25 Cover Feature: Gerald Klingbeil on Joseph's point of view.

Who Is My Neighbor?

GYC Feature: David Caukill examines the topic of serving the world.

God’s Greatest Gift

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

Shall We Listen to Him?

WEB EXCLUSIVE: John Fowler encourages us to focus on the most important aspects of Christmas.

I Stayed

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

The Stephen Farr Story

WEB EXCLUSIVE: A gripping video testimony of devastation, despair, and redemption, produced by the  Associated Students of Walla Walla University.

Teenagers, Service, and Transformation

December 18 Cover Feature: Julie Z. Lee on the long-term impact of short-term missions.

The Imperfect Leader

​Heart and Soul -- Devotional: Robert Kennedy III reminds us of the reality of human limitations.


Loma Linda University Church

Based on the university campus in Loma Linda, California, this church houses the largest Seventh-day Adventist congregation in North America. Under the leadership of Pastor Randy Roberts, the church has spawned several ministries, including an interactive Internet ministry that extends the church's reach worldwide.

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. 

Send the Kids You Love to KidsView

Go to our Web site to discover our latest edition! And don't forget to like us on Facebook!

Follow AR on Twitter

We'll send ongoing alerts and updates of special features and news stories to your PC or cell phone.