January 18, 2012
Breaking Church News

Walla Walla U. President to Resign

John McVay served for six years as president.

South American Adventists Go as Middle East Missionaries

Brazilian pastors "go forth" to new fields.

Sydney Adventist Hospital Volunteers Mark 25 Years

Operation Open Heart served more than 2,100.

Colombia Outreach Targets Bogotá

Two-week campaign yields 1,500 new believers.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

High Court Sides with Churches in Employment Fights

Religious leaders see decision as victory for religious freedom.

Assemblies of God Starts a Church a Day

AOG has 12,595 churches in the U.S.

Unbelievers Growing Fast in the U.K.

Declared Christians dropped by seven percent in 2010.

White House Staffers Have Catholic, Jewish Ties

Catholic voters make up 25 percent of the U.S. electorate.

January 19, 2012, Adventist Review

An Accomplished Life

Cover Feature: Mark A. Kellner tells us the story of a special man and his unique life.

The Wretched iMan of Romans 7

Heart and Soul: Biblical Studies: What can Christians learn from Romans 7? asks Emanuel Millen.

Body Parts

Editorial: Gerald A. Klingbeil unpacks an important message from Paul.

Opening a Letter to Myself

The Life of Faith: Andy Nash opened his own eyes in this frank missive. And so can we.

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This Week's Special Features

Loser Man

Theology: Lael Caesar suggests, "You don't become God by getting anything."

Psyche, Psuche, and Soul

Cover Feature: Jennifer Jill Schwirzer poses the question: Can we really turn to the Bible for help?

Measures of Faith

Searching the Obvious: How profound is a mother's faith? ask Dixil Rodríguez.

First Things First

Editorial: Bill Knott talks about the root of discipleship.

Adventists and Alcohol

Web Exclusive: With studies showing the benefits of alcohol use, how should Adventists respond? asks Dr. Peter Landless.

Becoming What We Are Not

Biblical Studies: Sanctification is not a place at which one arrives, but a way one travels, suggests Rex Edwards.

False Flags

Transformation Tips: How do we spot false flags? Ask Delbert Baker.

 

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