February 26, 2014
Breaking Church News

NAD College/University Enrollment Trends Upward

Data indicate that four of the 14 higher education institutions drove the upward momentum.

Charles Richard Taylor Dies

Long career of support for the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Change of Generations at Voice of Hope Germany

Klaus Popa will replace current CEO  Matthias Mueller.

New Era For South Pacific Higher Education

South Pacific Division's (SPD) accredited higher education providers sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).

​Inter-America: Church Headquarters to Expand its Building Facility

The expansion will house more staff to oversee institutions and a growing membership.

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

Adventist tech, communication conference highlights need for ‘creation mindset’

​Atlantic Union Leads in Massive Global Outreach

Churches in Northern New England have been leaders in the Great Controversy Project.

​Inter-America Division Leaders Connect with Local Elders

More than 50,000 local elders engaged during a live program February 22.

Claiming the Power

Lael Caesar reports from Just Claim It in Miami, Florida.

​Claiming the Power--Part 2

Lael Caesar's second installment from Just Claim It.

Shiloh Eagles Drum up Community Support

Drum corps performs at events, church, and more

Grant allows Adventist St. Thomas Hospice to Offer Overnight Grief Camp

Camp Erin® Chicago will take place for the first time in October. 

Southwestern Announces New Fire Science Program

Program will consist of an Associate of Applied Science degree, with firefighter, EMT, and fire inspector certifications.

February 27, 2014 Adventist Review

Enlarge the Place of Your Tent

Cover Feature: Delbert Baker on providence and the lessons of inclusion.

Victory, or Defeat?

Heart and Soul--Biblical Studies: Raquel Carrera wants to know if we are indeed moving in the right direction.

God’s Love Letter

Editorial: E. Edward Zinke reminds us that God's love letter to us is the Bible.

Hey, Dude, Where's Your Car?

Dateline Moscow: It’s easy to forget to watch and pray at all times. Andrew McChesney knows.

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This Week's Special Features

He Called My Name

Editorial: Gerald A. Klingbeil on the gift that our Father calls us by name.

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.

 

Aldergrove Church

The Aldergrove Seventh-day Adventist Church is located in British Columbia, Canada. Under the leadership of Pastor David Jamieson, the church has several innovative ministries, including an aggressive Internet ministry.

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