March 18, 2015
Breaking Church News

4 Adventist Churches Destroyed in Vanuatu Cyclone

No Adventists were injured in the tragedy, but many know someone who died.

Brazilian Business Owner Refuses to Pump Gas on Sabbath

The Adventist believer wins a first court case, but the government isn’t backing down.

Ebola Survivor Finds a New Life at ADRA

The Adventist agency hires survivors, who face widespread discrimination, to combat the virus in Liberia.

Adventist Church Makes History in Cuba With Major Health Fair

Some 2,000 young people share health tips and books at two renowned communist sites.

Adventist Church Opens First Wellness Center in Crisis-Hit Venezuela

The facility’s construction amid an economic crisis is called a miracle.

Students Cover Cairo Graffiti With Message About God

The mural painting outside Nile Union Academy offers an opportunity to interact with neighbors.

Tears and Hugs at Mass Baptism in Nicaragua

Dozens of weddings are also held on the shore of Lake Nicaragua.

March 19, 2015 Adventist Review

This Summer In San Antonio

Cover Feature: Wilona Karimabadi says ​GC session isn’t just for church workers. 

​Conspiracy Theories

Adventist Life: Is the church immune? Alejandro Medina Villareal poses an important question.

Kicking Against the Goads

Editorial: "Choosing Jesus’ way saves us the hurt of kicking against the goads," says Lael Caesar.

Pen Yamut Bamilchamah

Cliff's Edge: Clifford Goldstein reminds us that "the cross points us to a hope that goes beyond what our immediate senses could ever reveal."

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This Week's Special Features

​Tearin’ Down the House

Introducing the Why: Jimmy Phillips on how to keep the house from falling down.

Thank God for the Difference

Heart and Soul Theology: John Nixon on why God made male and female.

Myopia No More

Editorial: "End-time prophecy is no comfort to the men and women whose most vital and intimate relationships are coming to an end, unsupported and unhelped," says Bill Knott.

​“So Send I You”

March 12 Cover Feature: "With God, the 'ordinary' becomes extraordinary," says Sandra Blackmer.

What My Pet Parrot Peanut Taught Me About Media

Commentary: Nancy Wilson reminds us that we are all influenced by our surroundings, and how we spend our time determines who we become.

Between the Lines

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

Why Adventist Church Isn't Taking Sides on Same-Sex Marriage Case

How Adventists deal with a reality that does not conform to their understanding of Scripture.

Adventist World Radio

As an official radio ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, AWR broadcasts inspirational programs to remote audiences around the world. With studios in 70 countries, AWR broadcasts in nearly 100 languages.

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