December 30, 2013
Calling All Prayer Warriors

Join the North American Division Prayer Ministry team on Thursday, January 2, 2014, for an all-night prayer call from 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. Eastern time. Call 712-432-0031; access code is 435650#. There will be a different leader each half hour throughout the evening. Join us anytime during the session and stay as long as you can. Send an e-mail to to become a prayer warrior and receive prayer requests for evangelism. For more information go to:

Breaking Church News

Eight Adventists Perish in Malawi Lightning Strike

'Scores injured' local media reports.

Adventist Head of Amnesty International for Kenya Safe After Gun Attack

Justis Nyang'aya was attacked in his home.

Adventist World Budget Totals Nearly $180 Million

2014 budget highlights mission, administrative support.

Award-Winning Filmmaker Showcases Adventist Education

Martin Doblmeier completes his third Adventist documentary.

Adventist Health Names Reiner New CEO

Eller, Butler receive regional promotions.

Adventist Restaurants on the Rise

Menus offer positive choices for the body and the planet.

Oakwood University Advertises on Times Square

University ads to reach nearly 1 million daily.

December 26, 2013, GYC Special Issue

2013: The Year of Reversing the Tide

December 26 Cover: How does looking back at last year prepare us for the next one? Ask Shawn Boonstra.

"Help, I Care About My Church!"

As I See It: Thomas Lobitz shares his perspective on how we can promote unity.

The National Anthem of Heaven

Heart and Soul—Devotional: Marcos Paseggi says we should learn to sing it before inauguration day.

And It Was Good

Editorial: Outgoing GYC (Generation. Youth. Christ.) President Justin McNeilus shares his perspective on the ministry.

Into All the World

Editorial: AR Editor-at-large Mark Finley introduces his new blog.

Death Before the Fall?

Column—Cliff's Edge: Cliff Goldstein responds to one evolutionist's perspective on death.

Fumigate the Cockroaches Before 2014

Column—Dateline Moscow: What will the new year hold for you? Make sure that all the cockroaches are gone, says Andrew McChesney.

This Week's Special Features

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."

Two Funerals

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

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 Color of Freedom

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

The Best and the Brightest

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

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.


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