January 10, 2011
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Catholic Bishops, Evangelicals Praise START Treaty

The treaty calls for the reduction of nuclear arms by 30 percent.

Egyptian Church Bombing Kills 21

Christians protest, attack Muslims.

Gallup: More Religious, More Healthy

More than 550,000 people were surveyed.

IHOP Restaurants Drops Suit Against IHOP (the church)

The restaurant chain claimed the church had infringed it's trademark.


Breaking Church News

Adventists Join in Prayer Over Arizona Shooting

Gunman kills six, injures U.S. Congresswoman.

This Week's Special Features

I Just Wanted to Volunteer

The Holy Spirit whispers different things to different people.

Focused and Undivided: A Success Story

There's a blessing for those who aren't easily distracted.

"We're All One Army"

Editor Bill Knott interviews Justin McNeilus, president of Generation of Youth for Christ.

Lessons From The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

Gary B. Swanson shares his perspective of C. S. Lewis' classic work.

Top 10 Religion Stories of 2010

New York Mosque is RNA's #1 religion story of the year.

Prepare. Prepare. Prepare.

David Asscherick underlines an urgent end-time value.

I Underestimated His Power!

What happens when you rely on your own power rather than the power of God's Word?


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