January 31, 2011
World Religion News

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Sudanese Referendum Could Open Door for the Gospel

Nearly 99 percent of southern Sudanese voted to split from the north.

Russian Patriarch Denounces Moscow Airport Bombing

Patriach Kirill I called the incident "the horrifying scowl of sin."

Court Says Religious Knowledge Test Improper in Asylum Case

Lei Li was improperly denied asylum.

Wallis, Colson Call for Christian Civility on 'Hot Issues'

Two Christian leaders unite with an earnest plea.

This Week's Special Features

Unavoidably His

How does revival begin? How does it continue?

Oops! I Guess I'm Going to Hell

How to embrace the reality of the assurance of salvation.

A Mission to Oregon

The western United States wasn't always as civilized as it is now.

No Turning Back

Jill Morikone reflects on the Generation of Youth for Christ convention.

Let Them Have Sex. . . Later

When God spreads before us that feast of wedded bliss--bon appetit!

Do We Need Adventist Megachurches?

Is bigger necessarily better?

Remembering Neal C. Wilson

Profile of a former GC president.

 

Reaching Your Heart Radio

A weekly evangelistic broadcast airing in the Washington, D.C., area. Based at the Reaching Hearts Church, an Adventist congregation in the Allegheny East Conference, the program is also heard daily throughout North America on XM Satellite Radio at 10 p.m. ET on weeknights and Sunday mornings at 10 a.m.. The speaker is Michael Oxentenko, who pastors the congregation in Spencerville, Maryland.

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