June 16, 2014
Vote on Adventist Publishing Comes Tuesday

Constituents of the Review and Herald and Pacific Press publishing houses will  vote on a restructuring plan that will bring sweeping changes to Adventist publishing in North America. The Adventist Review will provide major coverage of the meetings including breaking reports, analysis, and background. Visit our Web site (www.adventistreview.org) for the latest news.   

Breaking Church News

Missionary Engineer Undergoes Key Operation After Plane Fire

Linden Millists to get skin grafts and steroid injections to his face.

Obama Recognizes LLUH Initiative as 'Presidential Champion'

The White House praises the effort to encourage people with disabilities to be active and fit.

European Tithe Grows Despite Economic Turmoil

EUD also finds that only 60 percent of Adventists  attend church regularly.

News in Brief: Adventist Health System to Raise $190M

Read our roundup of short news stories from Britain, PNG, and Bulgaria.

Actor Dustin Hoffman Donates Kitchen Equipment to Pennsylvania Church

The donation amounted to $12,000.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Evangelicals' Support Drops for Immigration Reform

Support from the overall public has increased.

Catholic, Orthodox Bishops Push for More Married Priests

There are 40,000 Catholic priests in the U.S.

British Officials Plan 'Dawn Raids' to Check Islamic Extremism

Six schools are accused of spreading extremism.

Senate Approves Prayer Plaque for WW II Monument

The measure now goes to the U.S. House.

This Week's Special Features

The Power of Preemption

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

General Truths

Editorial: Bill Knott reminds us that Christians linger where they are loved, welcomed and made to feel embraced.

Reflections on the Ordination Meetings

Web Exclusive: Mark Finley shares his perspective on the Theology of Ordination Study Committee deliberations.

Modesty: A Thing of the Past?

June  12 Cover feature: Laura Sámano on the never-ending quest to be stylish which is just that.

Prosperity Gospel: Deceptions and Dangers

Web Exclusive: Alberto Timm shares his indepth study of this popular teaching among evangelicals.

May We Introduce Michael Belina Czechowski

Web Exclusive: An interview with Jacques Frei about the first Seventh-day Adventist Missionary to Europe.

The Cookie is in the Details

Dateline Moscow: Andrew McChesney reminds us that the details make all the difference.

Simple Questions, Simple Answers

Editorial: "For people of prophecy, we spend an awful lot of time looking in the rear-view mirror," asserts Steve Chavez.

 

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Broadcasting throughout the Tennessee Valley for 25 years, Praise 90.1 (WJOU FM) is owned and operated by Oakwood University in Huntsville, Alabama. The noncommercial format includes brief educational and spiritually uplifting programs along with a unique music format called Inspirational Soul.

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