June 8, 2011
Breaking Church News

Angolan Governor Says Church Strengthens the Community

GC president, national leader sign "cooperation" agreement.

Bahamas Parliament Recognizes New Adventist Union

Prime Minister commends church's outreach.

Adventist Student Killed in Kidnap Attempt

Yoselin Perez Ramirez had been baptized in November.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Poll: 61 Percent Oppose Most Abortions

Americans say abortions should be illegal.

Crystal Cathedral Up for Sale

The church owes $7.5 million.

House Bans Abortion Training Funds

The vote was 234-182.

Russian, Greek Orthodox Leaders Leery of ID Cards

Officials fear the cards will compromise religious identity.

June 9, 2011 Adventist Review

Into the Highest Heaven

Jesus became human to save humanity. He retains His human form in heaven.

The Prodigal Son in the House

The story of two lost sons; and one father who searched for them both.

Passing It On

Bearing each other's burdens isn't just a suggestion--it's part of Christ's law.

What's in a Name?

However we share our common name, it is our core that counts.

From a Haircut to a Funeral

Jesus can take any situation and turn it into a opportunity to share Him.

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This Week's Special Features

It Smells!

AR associate editor Gerald Klingbeil asks, "How do Christians come across in your community?"

Can We Talk?

What can a Christian say to an atheist?

The Perfect Hero

Christians look up to One who stooped to serve.

When God Calls You Here

AR columnist Jimmy Phillips asks, "Has it occurred to you that you may have already been sent?"

The Allure of Modesty

What does real sex-appeal look like?

Radio Preacher's "Rapture" Prediction Fails

After "Great Disappointment," Adventists learned lessons, leaders say.

Pack Your Survival Kit Now

The end of the world is coming, but we don't have to be unprepared.


La Voz De La Ezperanza

Targeting those who speak and understand Spanish, La Voz de la Ezperana broadcasts are transmitted from more than 1,000 radio stations in 35 countries. Under the leadership of Frank Gonzalez, the ministry also produces "Descubra," a series of evangelistic TV progams that air in 216 markets in the U.S. and on several satellite systems that broadcast the program around the world.

Let's Pray

The Adventist Review staff meets each Wednesday morning at 8 a.m. for worship and prayer. We'd love to include your prayer requests, so send them to prayer@adventistreview.org. Let's share in each other's lives.

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