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February 21, 2014
Breaking Church News

Health and Civic Leaders Gather at Loma Linda University Health

Community leaders promote the affordable healthcare.

Adventists in the Atlantic Union Distribute 250,000 Copies of The Great Hope

A total of 142 million copies of The Great Controversy have been distributed globally.

Montana: Church "Souper Bowl" Collects 4,000 Cans

The food will be donated to three community organizations.

Monteiro Family Visits GC Headquarters

Antonio Monteiro thanks church for its prayers.

New Leadership at Voice of Hope/Germany

Klaus Popa to head the media center.

Innovation Key to Relevance in New Attention Economy, Media Experts Say

Adventist tech, communication conference highlights need for 'creation mindset.'

Inter-America Division Leaders to Connect With Local Elders

Adventist leaders in Inter-America hope to engage 50,000 local elders on the Internet.

Florida: Lay Member at the Homosassa Adventist Church Develops Cookbook

The book will be distributed at the church's food pantry.

Denmark: TED Evangelist Conducts Meetings in Odense

Between 20 and 40 people attended each night.

This Week's Special Features

Preaching In Action

Cover Feature: Celeste Ryan Blyden on four young leaders using different ministry methods, but sharing the same goal.

Breaking Up With Church

Adventist Life: Anne Elliott takes a look at a possible solution.

Why Does Yom Kippur Matter?

Heart and Soul--Theology: Stefan Serena offers a practical guide to the Day of Atonement.

Watch Your Language

Web Exclusive: Gary B. Swanson explores the ways in which technology has affected language.

Personal Day

Searching the Obvious: Dixil Rodríguez reflects on the ways God gets through to us.

Tagged and Tainted

Editorial: Bill Knott reminds us of the dangers of divisive labeling of those who disagree with us.

Waiting For Senghor

Cover Feature: TomPaul Wheeler shares the epic journey of making his family.



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