January 15, 2014
Breaking Church News

Monteiro Released From Prison in Togo

Ends nearly 22-month arbitrary detention; others still in jail after being convicted.

Alma Tucker, 90, ‘Quiet Hour’ fixture, Passes to Her Rest

Served ministry for decades alongside late husband, LaVerne Tucker

Loma Linda University Offers Tours for Overseas Students

Visitor says, “I get it. I see what you mean about ‘making man whole.’ ”

Adventist World Adds 17 New Language Editions

Fourteen of these editions are new.

January 16, 2014 Adventist Review

In Christ There is Neither Conservative nor Liberal

January 16 Cover: When we're "in Christ," we defy description, asserts Chris Blake

One Sabbath Morning

40 Below: Andy Nash and his students went to church to find out what that day's attendees were really thinking.

Zion, Or Zion?

Editorial: Lael Caesar wants us to remember that God longs to rejoice and fix His people.

A Few Words About Jesus

Back to Basics: In 2014 let's all try to know Christ better, says Hyveth Williams.


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This Week's Special Features

Searching For Sunrise

Column--Searching the Obvious: It's Dixil Rodríguez's desire that God's children never stop searching for Him in all parts of their days.

Visiting Churches--The Flip Side

Editorial: Positive experiences are dependent on both member and visitor, says Sandra Blackmer.

Ministry, Not Magic

As I See It: Wayne Blakely believes the church exists to minister to everyone--everyone.

Beginnings and Endings

January 9 Cover: What happens when writers and musicians put the story of Revelation to music? Ask Kimberly Maran.
Watch the music videos and explore the extensive photo gallery.

Death Before the Fall?

Column—Cliff's Edge: Cliff Goldstein responds to one evolutionist's perspective on death.

"Help, I Care About My Church!"

As I See It: Thomas Lobitz on how we can promote unity.

2013: The Year of Reversing the Tide

December 26 Cover: How does looking back at last year prepare us for the next one? Ask Shawn Boonstra.


Loma Linda University Church

Based on the university campus in Loma Linda, California, this church houses the largest Seventh-day Adventist congregation in North America. Under the leadership of Pastor Randy Roberts, the church has spawned several ministries, including an interactive Internet ministry that extends the church's reach worldwide.

Let's Pray

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