January 25, 2012
Breaking Church News

Adventist Logo Approved for Veterans Headstones

Six-year campaign yields results.

Calendar Shift Doesn't Alter Seventh Day, Samoan Church Says

As date line shifts, Adventists to follow weekly cycle.

ADRA Helps Ecuador's Volcano Victims

Mask, eye solution help reduce effects of pollutants.

Walla Walla U. President to Step Down

John McVay served for six years as president.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Virginia Judge Rules Against Breakaway Episcopal Parishes

The seven congregations must surrender their property to the Episcopal church.

43 Arrested While Protesting NYC Church Ban

There are 150 congregations worshiping in NYC public schools.

New Jersey Synagogue Attacks Stir Concern

The FBI has been monitoring the incidents.

Survey: Half of Churchgoers' Lives Not Affected by Time in Pews

Researchers surveyed 1,022 adults.

January 26, 2012, Adventist Review

The Note

Cover Story: Gina Wahlen tells the story of a young girl who wanted God to read her heart. She got her wish and then some.

Yes, You Can Make a Difference

As I See It: Want to change your life's game plan? Yes you can, says Reinder Bruinsma.


Editorial: Lael Caesar wants us to consider where heaven is really found.

Team Spirit

Dateline Moscow: Andrew McChesney talks about letting the Holy Spirit work.

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This Week's Special Features

Opening a Letter to Myself

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

An Accomplished Life

Cover Feature: Mark A. Kellner shares the story of Terry Johnsson 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.

Adventists and Alcohol

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

Body Parts

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

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?


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