January 29, 2010
Breaking Church News

Haiti: Tensions Rise Among Survivors Desperate for Aid

ADRA provides food to thousands; Loma Linda University supports medical relief.

New Year, New Budget

General Conference budget shows more support for developing countries.

General Conference President Marks 11 Years

Paulsen believes people are "most important asset."

Adventist Youth Tells Story on Radio

UN boosts teen's religious freedom.

Lester Merklin Takes Helm at Church's Muslim Study Center

Longtime missionary to head important group



ADRA is staging relief operations at Haiti Adventist University, where up to 30,000 survivors have temporary shelter. ADRA is distributing food supplies, medical assistance, clean water, emergency non-food items; and building latrines to improve sanitation. To learn more about their ongoing response to the earthquake in Haiti, visit the ADRA Web site.

This Week's Special Features

Slaying Your Golden Calf

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They Love Jesus; They Don't Love the Church

Can you have one without the other?

Sifting Through the Past

At a 1919 Bible conference church leaders grappled with issues of biblical and prophetic interpretation.

I Gave God My Broken Heart

A mother has to stand by as her daughter fights for her life.

The Decision (That No One Wants to Make)

Caring for aging parents

What People Swallow

Why do people believe weird things?

Waldenses in America?

Some descendants of the defenders of Christian orthodoxy at home in the U.S.A.


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