June 20, 2012
Breaking Church News

Uganda Judge Seeks Healing, Justice

Daniel Nsereko found call in helping oppressed.

Internet Conference Highlights Best Practices

GAIN event emphasizes user needs.

Indonesia Religious Liberty Event Recognizes Faith Leaders

Nearly 2,000 attend event; interest growing.

Update: Coroner's Verdict Vindicates Chamberlains

32 years after tragedy, dingo declared killer.

Dateline Jerusalem

Reports From the Third International Bible Conference

Wilson Meets Israel's Deputy Foreign Minister

Adventist leader promises prayer for peace of nation, all neighbors.

Mueller: Biblical Anthropology a Matter of Life, Death, Issues

Bible conference session focuses on New Testament approaches.

Adventist Educators, Scholars Join in Commitment to Biblical ‘Revolution’

Response to Wilson’s Jerusalem sermon is strong and supportive.

"Spiritual Revolution Back to the Bible"

Read the complete text of Pastor Ted N. C. Wilson's Sabbath message.

Israel’s Adventists Receive Wilson Warmly

 GC president visits special joint Sabbath worship at Jerusalem’s YMCA.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religious News Service

Southern Baptist Membership Declines

The decline has continued for five years.

Evangelicals Press Congress on Immigration

An estimated 11.5 million unauthorized immigrants in the U.S.

Crystal Cathedral to Move to Smaller Catholic Church

The local Catholic diocese purchased the cathedral for $57.5 million.

High Court Tosses 'Christian Candy Cane' Case

The case started nine years ago.

June 21, 2012, Adventist Review

The Captain Goes to Church

Cover Feature: James Nix tells the little-known story of fraud and deception in early Adventism.

7 Ways to Teach Kids Critical Thinking

Adventist Life: Whitney Hopler tells us about ways to help our children really excel through critical thinking.

Let the Debate Begin

Editorial: Stephen Chavez offers a way to get past the chatter and bombast.

The Grand Inquisitor

Cliff's Edge: Cliff Goldstein on lessons learned through an acclaimed novel.

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This Week's Special Features

One-track Mind

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

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.

The Problem With Nostalgia

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

A Tale of Migrations

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

 

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