June 15, 2012
Breaking Church News

Canadian Foreign Minister Promotes 'Bedrock' Human Right

John Baird says religious freedom is too often "measured in blood spilled and lives lost."

Australia: Adventists Welcome Inquest Findings

Coroner confirms cause of the 1980 death of Azaria Chamberlain.

Nigeria: Adventist Medical School Opens

Babcock University is the fourth Adventist medical school on the globe.

Former GC President Receives Norwegian Honor

The Norwegian Royal Order of Merit is one of the highest honors given to civilians.

Adventist Church to Stream International Bible Conference

Sessions to examine theological issues.

This Week's Special Features

The Problem With Nostalgia

Editorial: Bill Knott recently visited an Adventist Heritage site and drew some interesting conclusions from his time there.

Shut In and Left Out

Cover Story: Kimberly Luste Maran explores the issue of homebound members who feel neglected, and what the church can do to help.

A Tale of Migrations

Biblical Studies: Ronald Nalin tells us what happens when we move in God's rhythm.

One-track Mind

Introducing the Why: Jimmy Phillips on focusing your mind on the best things.

Something's Fishy

Web Exclusive: Are you a "pesco-vegetarian"? Allan Handysides and Peter Landless explain.

Mission South America

GC president Ted N. C. Wilson recently visited Argentina and Brazil. News editor Mark Kellner has an in-depth report.


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