July 4, 2011

Tell us Your ASI Story

Do you have an interesting story or experience to share about your involvement with ASI—Adventist Laymen’s Services and Industries—at either the national or local chapter level?  We’re looking for “quotable quotes,” photographs (captioned), light-hearted stories, witnessing experiences, or convention memories to include in the Adventist Review’s ASI-themed edition that will coincide with this year’s annual ASI Convention, August 3-7.  Send your items, letters to the editor, or photos to marank@gc.adventist.org no later than Monday, July 11.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Critics Push White House to Change Faith-based Hiring Rules

Current rules were established in by President Bush in 2002.

Churches Call For U.S. to Pull Out of Afghanistan

Forty religoius leaders signed the open letter. 

Report: Islamophobia on the Rise 

The document also argues that the trend could be reverse.

Greek Orthodox Rally to Rebuild Ground Zero Church

Pastor voices frustration at pace of negotiatoins. 

This Week's Special Features

The S Factor

Transformation Tips: Delbert Baker reminds us to be vigilant about Satan's practice of trying to derail us at every turn.

Adventist Theology Comes of Age

Adventist Heritage: Michael Campbell explains the significance of the 1952 Bible Conference for the Adventist Church.

Babel Building

Editorial: Lael Caesar writes about deliverance we need from the things that lead us astray.

Reaching the Summit

Cover Feature: Climb the Sermon on the Mount with David Asscherick.

A Dying Species

Editorial: Fatherhood needs encouragement says associate editor Gerald Klingbeil.

The Jonah Syndrome

Web Exclusive: Shawn Boonstra warns us not to be shy about sharing Adventism's unique message.

How to Spot a Healthy Church in 30 Seconds

Web Exclusive: Joe McKeever asks, "Does the Bible give us a clue?"

The Allure of Modesty

Web Exclusive: A. J. Kiesling wants to know "What does real sex-appeal look like?"



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