February 25, 2013
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

House Bill Gives Disaster Relief to Religious Groups

The bill passed 354-7.

Report: Megachurches Thrive in Tough Times

Most churches reported higher offerings in 2012.

Texas, S.C. Church Property Fights Gain Attention

Episcopal property disputes total more than $600 million.

Pope Appoints Vatican Bank Director

The bank has been plagued with scandals.

This Week's Special Features

Feel the Power

Devotional: Homer Trecartin compares Peter at Pentecost and Saul at Ramah

A Partnership With Jesus

Back to Basics: Hyveth Williams says the time has come for Christians to change the world.

Back to the Future

Editorial: "How can 17 million Adventists make a difference in a world of 7 billion?" asks Gerald Klingbeil.

Carlton Byrd Takes New York by Storm

February 21 Cover Story: Celeste Ryan Blyden takes a look at the powerful ministry of Carlton Byrd.

Of Mangoes and God's Compassion

Searching the Obvious: Dixil Rodríguez believes there must be room for the Holy Spirit to remain among us.

A 'Retiring' Pope

Web Exclusive: Retired church leader Bert Beach shares his take on Pope Benedict's resignation.

Must Love God: Adventists and Online Dating

February 14 Cover Feature: Kimberly Luste Maran takes an honest look at Adventists looking for love in cyberspace.

The Gehazi Syndrome: Suffering Familiarity With the Holy

Web Exclusive: The story of Elisha's servant speaks to busy people, says Gerald Klingbeil.

 

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