January 7, 2015
Calling Adventist Artists

If you are an Adventist artist, photographer, musician, poet, songwriter, author, or videographer, with a passion for sharing God’s story, you’ll want to attend the FREE inSpire 2015 conference January 23-24 at the La Sierra University Church in Riverside, California. The theme of the program is Peace Makers: Creativity Through the Lens of Peace. Come and fellowship with other artists. For more information and to register, click here.  

Breaking Church News

8,000 Pathfinders Head for Australia’s Biggest Camporee

The last touches are being carried out for the South Pacific Division event.

PNG: Pathfinders Escape Deadly Bus Crash

The Pathfinders, who were headed to a camporee in Australia, praise God for His protection.

Adventist Church to Begin 10 Days of Prayer

This year’s prayer meetings take on a special significance because of the upcoming General Conference session.

Concerns, Compassion, and Hope for Ex-Adventist Pastor Who Left God

News commentary: May God surround Ryan Bell and each of us with servants of the Lord who will not be quarrelsome but be kind and able to teach.

Coming Soon -- AR Prayer Blog

During the 10 Days of Prayer initiative (January 7-17), the Advdentist Review will feature daily prayers by well-known Adventist leaders from around the world. Check back every day to read the new prayers.

January 8, 2015 Adventist Review

To Educate Is to Redeem

Cover Feature: Andrew McChesney's story of a former marine attending an Adventist campus illustrates the sometimes-overlooked role that Adventist universities play in introducing students to God.

Running on Empty

Adventist Life: Michael Pearson's story of when safety depended on making it to the next gas station.

Rehearsing a Divorce

Editorial: "Spare me the highbrow, eyebrow-arching lectures claiming there is no proved connection between violence observed and violence enacted," says Bill Knott.

​How Does God Choose?

Introducing the Why: Jimmy Phillips asks the question, "Where does God fit into tragedies like this? 

To read more, click here.

This Week's Special Features

God’s Greatest Gift

Journey's With Jesus: Jill Morikone reminds us that it really is the thought that counts.

Who Is My Neighbor?

GYC Feature: David Caukill examines the topic of serving the world.

The Unending Mission

Editorial: GYC president Natasha Nebblett shares her reflections on the growing ministry. As the GYC convention convenes in Phoenix, Arizona, the Adventist Review is granting unrestricted access to this week's issue.

He Isn't Even Mine

December 25 Cover Feature: Gerald Klingbeil on Joseph's point of view.

Shall We Listen to Him?

WEB EXCLUSIVE: John Fowler encourages us to focus on the most important aspects of Christmas.

I Stayed

Editorial: With the church losing young adults in droves, Gerald Klingbeil offers a thoughtful way to help them stick around.

The Stephen Farr Story

WEB EXCLUSIVE: A gripping video testimony of devastation, despair, and redemption, produced by the  Associated Students of Walla Walla University.

Pioneer Memorial Church

Located on the Andrews University campus in Berrien Springs, Michigan, the Pioneer Memorial Church is led by the pulpit ministry of Pastor Dwight Nelson, who has established a dynamic television and Internet ministry.

Prayer Blog

During the 10 Days of Prayer initiative (January 7-17), the Advdentist Review will feature daily prayers by well-known Adventist leaders from around the world. Check back every day to read the new prayers. 

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 others' lives.

AR Video Report

For 165 years the Adventist Review has inspired believers to deepen their relationship with God. Today we’re more vigorous than ever. We’re growing, changing, adapting to the times. Watch this video and you’ll be inspired too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjJWKcQjjVQ

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