January 24, 2014
Great News From Andrews University School of Health Professions

Andrews University offers the only online MPH in nutrition and wellness in the United States. And for a limited time, tuition is half off. The program prepares health professionals to serve their churches and communities by promoting healthy lifestyles through personal and community efforts. For more information, visit andrews.edu/shp/publichealth/mph/brochure.pdf or contact Fiona Lewis (fiona@andrews.edu).

Breaking Church News

Central African Republic: Several Adventists Killed During Political Unrest

At least four have perished, leaders say.

Brazil: 35,000 Youth Attend Adventist Camporee

Event draws visitors from 12 nations.

Evangelism, Development Highlight 2014 GYC 

Proclaim message "before men and angels," Wilson says.

Ordination Study Committee Meets in Snowy Maryland

Third multi-day meeting of international commission to focus on regional reports and recommendations.

This Week's Special Features

How Much Do The Games Cost?

Cover Feature: Tim Ponder takes a look at the price we pay for the fun we crave.

My Take on GYC

Web Exclusive: Shawn Brace shares a reflection on the recent GYC convention in Orlando, Florida.

Of Faith and Football

Editorial: Wilona Karimabadi talks about trials of following a football team and what that can teach us about following Someone better.

Into All The World

Feature: Kevin Waite on our focus on evangelizing the 10/40 window.

One Sabbath Morning

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

A Few Words About Jesus

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

Zion, Or Zion?

Editorial: Lael Caesar reminds us of how thrilled God is to get us fixed just right.

In Christ There is Neither Conservative nor Liberal

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

 

Sligo Church

Based on the outskirts of Washington D.C., in Takoma Park, Maryland, the Sligo congregation has a dynamic community program and a variety of ministries. Under the leadership of Pastor Charles Tapp, the congregation offers a vibrant worship service.

Let's Pray

The Adventist Review staff meets each Wednesday morning at 8:15 for worship and prayer. We'd love to include your prayer requests, so send them to prayer@adventistreview.org. Let's share in each other's lives.

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