July 4, 2014
Visit The Screening Room

Today the Adventist Review Online introduces a brand new feature we call The Screening Room. This new feature showcases videos produced by Seventh-day Adventist filmmakers. In time, The Screening Room library will feature a wide array of content, including documentaries, short stories, devotional thoughts, testimonies, and more. To launch The Screening Room we feature the video "Bestseller," a self-narrated documentary on the life of Clifford Goldstein. To view the video click here.   

Breaking Church News

Adventists Team up With Panama University to Fight Violence

The two sides will conduct research and implement programs to combat a troubling increase in murder, rape, and robbery.

Adventist Wins $1 Million Sweepstakes

The U.S. millwright plans to give the money to International Children’s Care and other charitable causes.

Church's GC Session Starts in a Year

Organizers are preparing to welcome thousands to San Antonio, Texas.

Adventist Church Encouraged by Court's Hobby Lobby Decision

The case presented a unique situation for some faith-based organizations, including family-owned companies.

In Italy, ADRA Assists With an Immigrant Crisis

The Adventist relief agency distributes personal hygiene kits and stages a gospel music concert for immigrants fished out of the Mediterranean Sea by the Italian navy.

This Week's Special Features

The Flood

Editorial: "Everyone needs to know about the Flood," says Lael Caesar.

The Friendship Factor

Adventist Life: DeWitt S. Williams reminds us that it's not good for us to be alone.

Dealing With Dark Moments

Transformation Tips: Do we need darkness as much as we need light? Delbert Baker makes a case.

Agents of Hope

June 26 Cover Feature: Stephen Chavez takes a look at what we are while we wait.

Why Pray?

Back to Basics: Hyveth Williams has been studying prayer, and shares her insights in her latest column.

Friendship Evangelism

June 19 Cover Feature: S. Joseph Kidder and David Penno write about the virtue of patience.

The Church Boys and Four Sabbath Miracles

Story: Kenneth Ordelheide's story of when a higher power prevailed over the U.S. Army.

The Power of Preemption

Heart and Soul Devotional: Deciding ahead of time brings amazing clout, says Donald Bedney.

 

WGTS 91.9 FM

Based on the campus of Washington Adventist University (WAU) in Takoma Park, Maryland, WGTS FM is a listener-supported station with a signal that covers the greater Baltimore --Washington D.C. area, including northern Virginia. Broadcasting 24 hours a day, WGTS features a contemporary Christian music format. The station is a self-supporting ministry of WAU.

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.

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