July 9, 2014
Read Our Special Health Edition

A Picture of Health is the theme of the Adventist Review's special 64-page health edition, released this week. This issue is the result of a partnership with our editorial team and the General Conference Health Ministries Department. It was released in conjunction with the church's 2nd Global Conference on Health and Lifestyle being held in Geneva, Switzerland. As a service to our readers, the entire contents of this week's issue will be open to the public for one week. To access the issue, click here.

Breaking Church News

Brazilian Adventists Report on Outreach During World Cup

Thousands of volunteers supplied books, meals, drinking water, and hugs.

Pan-American Health Organization Urges Adventists to Share Health Expertise

Appeal made at the opening of the Global Conference on Health and Lifestyle.

1,150 Adventists Descend on Geneva for Major Health Conference

Organizers hope the event paves the way for the opening of community health centers in every Adventist church.

14-Year-Old Recites 3 Bible Chapters From Memory

Her secret to memorization is writing out the verses and understanding what they mean.

Making History, EGW Estate Branch Office Opens in Philippines

The office is only the second outside the U.S.

In Colombia, Adventists Point to Sabbath With a 7-float Parade

Church members launch an evangelistic series with floats representing each of the seven days of creation.

June 10, 2014, AR Special Heath Edition

About This Special Issue

Introduction: Bill Knott explains the purpose of this week's health issue.

Comprehensive Health Ministry

Dr. Peter N. Landless shares his vision for global health ministry.

Radical Transformation--Hope Worth Sharing

Can health and healing transform a city? Ask Cathy McDonald.

Can Religion Affect Health?

David R. Williams presents the research.

Medical Missions

What do they look like in today's church? Dr. Richard Hart explains.

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This Week's Special Features

Bestseller (Video) -- The Clifford Goldstein Story

Web Exclusive: Watch Clifford Godstein's self-narrated testimony about his life and conversion to Christianity. 

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.

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