January 16, 2013
Breaking Church News

Religiously Unaffiliated "Nones" Swell to 1.1 Billion, Study Says

Third-largest group behind Christians, Muslims.

Adventists Call for More Global Religious Freedom

Planning continues for May 2013 event in Brazil.

Lifeglow, for Visually Impaired, End Run, New Magazine to Follow

Christian Record produced Lifeglow for 29 years.

Adventist Food Company Relaunches "CHIP" Lifestyle Program

Sanitarium Health will focus on expansion.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

U.S. Supreme Court Sets Dates for Marriage Cases

Judges will review Prop 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act. 

Africa Rises, China Falls on Christian Persecution List

Open Doors issues its World Watch list.

Church of England OK's (Celibate) Gay Bishops

Evangelical Anglicans say they will fight the move.

217 Acres Given to Christian Foundation

Owners have tried to give the property away since 2009.

January 17, 2013, Adventist Review

Religious Freedom in America

Cover Feature: Nicholas Miller looks at the possibilities for this and church and country in the coming year.

Putting Away Childish things

40 Below: "How do we strive for spiritual adulthood?" Ask Lindsey Gendke.


Editorial: Lael Caesar suggests that Daniel's actions were driven by purpose.

The Adventist Tipping Point

The Life of Faith: Our church culture can be tipped in a better direction, says Andy Nash.

To read more, click here.

This Week's Special Features

What Is a Mystic?

January 10 Cover Feature: How should we seek companionship with Christ? Ask Eric Anderson.

The Place of a Servant

Introducing the Why: Jimmy Phillips reminds us of how important it is to serve--in any capacity.

"The Blood-dimmed Tide"

Editorial: What we fill our minds with manifests itself in our actions, suggests Bill Knott.

Dokimazo 2012

Transformation Tips: Delbert Baker explains what dokimazo means to our lives.

All Is Well

Editorial: Gerald Klingbeil reminds us that we can entrust this church to praying young adults.

And a Happy New There

December 27 Cover Feature: "There's more than a new year coming," says Lael Caesar.

Special GYC 2012 Edition

Web Exclusive: Here's a special issue of the Adventist Review targeted at young adults (formatted in PDF).


Web Exclusive: Where is God when tragedy strikes? Lael Caesar shares his perspective.


More Features

Pioneer Memorial Church

Located on the Andrews University campus in Berrien Springs, Michigan, the Pioneer Memorial Church is lead by the pulpit ministry of Pastor Dwight Nelson, who has established a dynamic television and Internet ministry.

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