February 10, 2010
Breaking Church News

Paulsen Honored at Loma Linda with Festschrift, Presidents Medal

Adventists, other scholars contribute essays to honor world church president.

Generation of Youth for Christ Takes Louisville by Storm

Evangelism, service projects highlight event.

New Year, New Budget

Adventist world budget show more support for developing countries.

Lester Merklin Takes Helm at Church's Muslim Study Center

Longtime missionary to head important group

World Religious News

Headlines from Religion News Service

Church of England Loses $78 Million in N.Y. Real Estate Deal

The loss represents less than one percent of the church's assets.

Judge Grants Political Asylum to German Home-schoolers

The ruling came January 26.

Pope Tells Church Judges to Limit Annulments

The pope wants couples to stay together.

Graham Tops List of Most Influential Preachers

Billy Graham is 91.

UK Bishops Block Parliament Move to Force Hiring of Gays in Churches

There are 26 bishops in England's House of Lords.

Poll: Nearly Half of Americans Admit to Anti-Muslim Bias

The Gallup Center released the study.

February 11, 2010 Adventist Review

Jesus for Us All

Are children with special needs welcome in yoru Sabbath school and church?

Slipping the Knot

Why marriage is still God's ideal--romance candles notwithstanding.

Looking Outward, Searching Within

Thank God for experiences that challenge our assumption.

A Celebration of Maturity

Affirm the faithfulness that lasts through seasons and for decades.

Why, God, Why?

There is a time for everything--even for complaining to God.

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This Week's Special Features

Claiming the Promise

Celebrating the historic contributions of Adventist and other Christians with an African-American heritage

Why are so Many Women Unhappy?

An insightful look at a delicate topic from Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Seminary

Open Doors

Gerald Klingbiel reminds us to take the time to remember your open doors—and closed ones too.

Video Report From Haiti

ADRA leaders in Inter-America report on the Adventist Church's relief efforts in Haiti.

What Lies Ahead

When we pray for God's leading what happens? Amazing stuff.

Slaying Your Golden Calf

What personal golden calves do you have?

They Love Jesus; They Don't Love the Church

Can you have one without the other?

Sifting Through the Past

At a 1919 Bible conference, church leaders grappled with issues of biblical and prophetic interpretation.

I Gave God My Broken Heart

A mother has to stand by as her daughter fights for her life.

The Decision (That No One Wants to Make)

Caring for aging parents

 

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