March 12, 2014
Breaking Church News

Adventist Medical Center Named One of America’s 100 Best Hospitals For Critical Care And Spine Surgery

Recognized by Healthgrades, a leading online resource.

Ukraine-Russian Unity in Russian-speaking Churches in UK

On March 1, the church sponsored a day of fasting and prayer, specifically praying for the on-going difficulties in Ukraine.

Sanitarium Launches Focus on Fiber

More than 20 media representatives and nutritionists attended the launch of Focus on Fiber, March 4.

Saying “Goodbye” With Dignity

Hospice “Am Stadtwald” opens in Uelzen

Columbia Union Names First Woman VP

Celeste Ryan Blyden is now vice president for strategic communication and public relations for the Columbia Union Conference.

​Teachers in One-room Schools Recognized

In Southern New England Conference, four one-teacher schools are thriving.

Discipleship Training Takes Spotlight

LEAD (Leading Enthusiastic Active Disciples) is a voluntary program sponsored by the Northern Asia-Pacific Division (NSD).

Literature Evangelists Help Lead Outreach Initiative

More than 2,800 Seventh-day Adventist teenagers and young adults knocked on doors in Orlando, Florida, as a part of the annual Generation. Youth. Christ.

Haiti: Religious Freedom Festival Highlights Peaceful Coexistence

Advocates Recommend National Day of Religious Freedom

Adventist Physician, 81, ran in his 19th LA Marathon

Dr. Moses Christian is also battling cancer.

March 13, 2014 Adventist Review

Serving Like Jesus

Cover Feature: Darius Jankiewicz affirms that Christ is the head of the church. But then what?

A Twenty-First Century Faith

Heart and Soul Theology: "It all boils down to one word: relationships," says Jonathan Martin.

Springtime in the Soul

Editorial: Bill Knott reminds us to share the moments of our lives where Jesus brought springtime after a long winter.

Fragile Daisies

Searching the Obvious: Dixil Rodríguez on listening to the holy spirit's prompt to lend a helping hand.

This Week's Special Features

"The Power of One"

WEB EXCLUSIVE: GC Youth Director Gilbert Cangy says Adventist youth want to make a difference on March 15.   

Hey, Dude, Where's Your Car?

Dateline Moscow: It’s easy to forget to watch and pray at all times. Andrew McChesney knows.

Victory, or Defeat?

Heart and Soul--Biblical Studies: Raquel Carrera wants to know if we are indeed moving in the right direction.

God’s Love Letter

Editorial: E. Edward Zinke reminds us that God's love letter to us is the Bible.

Enlarge the Place of Your Tent

Cover Feature: Delbert Baker on providence and the lessons of inclusion.

He Called My Name

Editorial: Gerald A. Klingbeil on the gift that our Father calls us by name.

Preaching In Action

Cover Feature: Celeste Ryan Blyden on four young leaders using different ministry methods, but sharing the same goal.

Breaking Up With Church

Adventist Life: Anne Elliott takes a look at a possible solution.

 

Descubra

Based at the Adventist Media Center in Simi Valley, California, Descubra (translated "Discover"), a weekly telecast, reaches millions of Spanish-speaking people with messages of peace, love, and hope. The program is carried in 216 U.S. markets (52 million available homes) throughout North and Central America on Esperanza TV, on Nuevo Tiempo in Central and South America, on 3ABN Latino throughout all Spanish-speaking countries in the western hemisphere, and on satellite systems worldwide. Pastor Frank Gonzalez is the speaker.

Let's Pray

The Adventist Review staff meets each Wednesday morning at 8:15 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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