June 22, 2015
Breaking Church News

ADRA Assists Refugees of Burundi Crisis

The distribution of food and other essential items comes as countries mark World Refugee Day 2015.

Kettering College Starts Dispatching Medical Missionaries

The new International Medical Missionary program seeks to underscore the sacred work of healthcare.

Redesigned Nedley Depression Program Goes to South Pacific

Local churches prepare to organize the programs in their communities.

Adventist 'Father of the Year' Puts God First at Home and Work

American Diabetes Association recognizes Florida Hospital chief Lars Houmann for prioritizing family over work.

In Good Hands

News commentary: Those spreading fear about the future of God’s church are lacking faith that God can lead His people.

NAD Issues Statement on South Carolina Church Shooting

Daniel R. Jackson offers condolences and prayers for the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

US Jewish Numbers Hold Steady, But Worries Persist

Orthodox Jews are increasing while middle-ground Jews decline.

Vatican, US Sign Historic Agreement to Go After Tax Evaders

The agreement only applies to US citizens, not organizations.

Eritrea: Religious Freedom Violations Force Many to Flee

Islamic State fighters have kidnapped 88 Eritreans.

Chaplain Violated Army Rule in Promoting Christian Book

John McDougall’s promotional video was not cleared with authorities.

This Week's Special Features

When Divorce Is the Solution to Marital Problems

WEB EXCLUSIVE: What is marriage? It is a refining process, a furnace, meant to consume the dross, says Martin Kim.

Japan: Adventist Leaders Visit Site of Deadly Tsunami

WEB EXCLUSIVE: We observed ADRA’s post-earthquake efforts and considered what role the church can play through disaster relief.

Runnymede's Magna Carta

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Bert Beach asks, "What are its implications for liberty today?"

Reaching Buddhists in Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam

AIIAS and the Southern Asia Union Mission train church members at Bible conferences.

A Skeptic Revisits His Adventist Boarding School

Commentary: Britain’s Stanborough School, like other Adventist academies, is not going to be for everyone, but why would you send your child somewhere else?

God's Timing

Discover: Richard D. Martin on whether we are waiting on God or vice versa.

Between the Lines: Your Editors at Work

A monthly column offering highlights of staff members' activities at Adventist Review and Adventist World.

What Now?

Cover Feature: Four young Adventists share what brought them to now, and what challenges them in the future.

WAUS 90.7 FM

Reaching southwestern Michigan and northern Indiana, WAUS FM is owned and operated by Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan. WAUS offers Classical music and provides community information and event participation.

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