July 11, 2012
Breaking Church News

Former GC Treasurer Becomes Acting ADRA President

Robert Rawson takes the reigns.

Adventist Broadcaster Gerald Fuller Dies 

Two-career life, TV announcer to dentist. 

Singapore: Adventists Focus on Leadership Recruitment 

Pastors needed to support 2,800 members in the world's third-strongest economy.

Quiet Hour Celebrates 75 Years 

Supporters note ministry's global witness.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Crisis Pregnancy Centers Get Legal Win

Court strikes down signage regulation.

Kenya: 18 Die in Church Attacks

Church leaders ask for prayers.

Why Would Jews Vandalize Holocaust Memorial?

Arrested culprits called "ultra-Orthodox."

Christian Churches Together Chooses New Director

The group promotes inter-church collaboration.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religious News Service

Giving to Houses of Faith Continues to Fall

Church donations decline for two years in a row. 

Baptist College to Open in New England

Faculty and students must sign a statement of faith.

Interfaith Leaders Protest Solitary Confinement

They argue that it can degrade mental health. 

Dalai Lama Taps American to Lead Tibetan Monastery

Dalai Lama wants to bridge east and west cultures.

 

Breaking Church News

On Ordination Questions, G.C. Leadership Appeals for Orderly Process

'Appeal' Issued to guide unions, conferences.

July 16, 2012 Adventist Review

Present Truth in Music

Cover Feature: "The truth of music gets obscured if too much attention is focused on the performer," according to Herbert Blomstedt.

You Don't Have to Pray Alone

Adventist Life: Scott Steward on how old and new media unite millions in immediate prayer.

Unfettered

Editorial: Kimberly Luste Maran on keeping the groundwork and being prepared.

Stalking My iPad

Introducing the Why: Jimmy Phillips, an iPad, and special book. What happened?

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This Week's Special Features

"The Apple Doesn't Fall Far From . . ."

Cover Feature:  Edsel Cadet reminds us that good genes will only take us so far.

Can Greed Be Beat?

Devotional: Has greed ruined the world's economy? Ask Larry Evans.

Knowing

Editorial: What is the proper study of mankind? Lael Caesar explains.

 Let the Debate Begin

Editorial: Stephen Chavez offers a way to get past the chatter and bombast.

7 Ways to Teach Kids Critical Thinking

Adventist Life: Whitney Hopler tells us about ways to help our children really excel through critical thinking.

The Captain Goes to Church

Cover Feature: James Nix tells the little-known story of fraud and deception in early Adventism.

 

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Let's Pray

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This Week's Special Features

WorldPlay

Web Exclusive: Have you ever read a great story that ended too soon? Gary Swanson says you're not alone.

"One Voice About Our Whole Humanity"

A consensus statement from the Third International Bible Conference held in Jerusalem, Israel.

Knowing

Editorial: What is the proper study of humankind? Lael Caesar explains.

No Security Clearance to Heaven

Dateline Moscow: Meeting the mayor of Moscow gave Andrew McChesney a new appreciation for the free access that God grants His children.

On Ordination Questions, GC Leadership Appeals for Orderly Process

'Appeal' issued to guide unions, conferences.

"The Apple Doesn't Fall Far From . . ."

July 9 Cover Feature: Edsel Cadet reminds us that good genes will only take us so far.

Can Greed Be Beat?

Devotional: Has greed ruined the world's economy? Ask Larry Evans.

 

More Features

ChurchApplied

ChurchApplied: In Motion is a video project of the Pacific Union Conference that seeks to empower ministry in the local church through story-telling and sharing.

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.

Visit Us on Facebook

Share your comments, recommendations, and suggestions. Respond to our articles and posts. 

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