March 23, 2015
Breaking Church News

South Korea: First Woman Gets an Adventist Doctorate of Theology

Miriam Sunmee Yun-Welch is legally blind but has a vision for service.

High Taxes Force Colombia Adventist University to Move

The university, its mission training program, and religious freedom take the spotlight in Colombia.

Records are Broken as Young Adventists 'Are the Sermon'

Young people share Jesus' love in 132 countries. Watch the video clips. 

Egypt: First 4 Pathfinders Baptized

The club, formed a year ago, is credited with leading the young people to Jesus.

Adventist Editors Finish Modern Translation of Russian Bible

The completed Bible arrives at the printers after 23 years.

Adventist Pastor Meets British Prime Minister

Also in brief: Northwest Adventist College inches toward university status; two Loma Linda students win prizes; Indiana Conference chooses a president, and Oakwood hopes for $50,000.

What Might Have Been — Can Be

Commentary: A new church-produced film has not been completed because you and I have a part in its final scenes, including at the General Conference session.

Update: Union College Gymnast Badly Injured in Fall

The 23-year-old student was in a safety harness when she fell 23 feet.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Pakistan: 17 Killed in 2 Church Attacks

Two Muslims were killed in retaliation after the attacks.

Evangelicals and Scientists are Closer Than Many Realize

Study finds that a majority of scientists are religious.

Oklahoma Bill Would Abolish State’s Role in Granting Marriage Licenses

The clergy would be the sole granters of marriage licenses.

7.5 Million American Lost their Religion Since 2012

One in four Americans claim “no religion.”

This Week's Special Features

Kicking Against the Goads

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

This Summer In San Antonio

March 19 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.

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.

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