March 19, 2014
Breaking Church News

Panel: Preserve Church Identity But Minister to Gays and Lesbians

Summit on Sexuality -- Update 3.

GC President Reflects on "Human Brokeness"

Summit on Sexuality -- Update 2.

Community Group Awards Texas ABC a $25,000 Grant

Funds will be used to merge vegetarian food operation with book store.

Oakwood U. Competes Again for Home Depot® Grant

The school could win a $25,000 grant.

Jamaica: Adopt a Crime Fighting Strategy, Security Minister Says

Take the church out into the community, Peter Bunting says.

Pacific Press Appoints New VP

Chuck Bobst takes the reigns.

UK: At 100, There's no Worries for Doreen Clement

Life is simple for this centenarian.

AMICUS Volunteers Celebrate Global Youth Day in Metro Manila

Adventist youth spread acts of kindness.

Ireland: Laypastors Receive Training at Weekend Retreat

Church members prepare for a "Mission to the Cities" outreach event.

London Ghana Church Leads Gift Aid Returns

Congregation raises more than $182,000.

March 20, 2014 Adventist Review

Through the Fire

Cover Feature: Luz Alva Arauzo tells the story of a fledgling church's time in the spotlight.

Growing Pains

Adventist Life: "Was life ever that simple?" asks Bethany Jones.

Baal's Ears

Editorial: "God's jealous wrath was no mere difference of folkways and mores," says Lael Caesar.

"Is It My Fault?"

Journeys With Jesus: Jill Morikone reminds us that Jesus is always going win.

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This Week's Special Features

Fragile Daisies

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

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.

Serving Like Jesus

March 13 Cover Feature: Darius Jankiewicz affirms that Christ is the head of the church. But then what?

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.

Enlarge the Place of Your Tent

March 6 Cover Feature: Delbert Baker on providence and the lessons of inclusion.


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