March 27, 2013
AHS Seeks Law Student

Adventist Health System is seeking a law student for a 6- to 8-week summer clerkship in 2013. This position, based in Altamonte Springs, Florida, is limited to students who have finished only one year of law school. Ideal candidates would be in the top 25% of their class. Duties include legal research and other projects. Please send resume and transcript to david.gordon@ahss.org!

Breaking Church News

La Sierra University Receives Presidential Award

La Sierra is one of five honored by Corporation for National and Community Service.

Oakwood University in Contention for $50,000 Grant

The Online contest is sponsored by Home Depot.

Hope Channel Launches in Poland

Launch of television service cements growing media ministry.

Retired Executive Secretary Clyde Franz Turns 100

He served church in U.S., British West Indies, and Cuba.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Obama Appoints Melissa Rogers to Direct the W.H. Faith-based Office

She replaces Joshua DuBois.

New Pope Means New Business for Recession-weary Rome

New pontiff could bring in 55 million euros.

Mark Labberton Becomes President of Fuller Theological Seminary

Fullers enrolls 4,400 students from 70 countries and 100 denominations.

Poll: Americans See Gay Marriage as Inevitable

More than 1,000 adults were polled.

March 21, 2013, Adventist Review

A Poem in Progress

Cover: "It is our privilege to pursue to the end the reciting Jesus left unfinished," says Marcos Paseggi.

For Love or Obligation?

As I See It: Jean-Luc Lezeau on the pros and cons of a flat tax.

Watch the Hands

Editorial: Gerald Klingbeil reminds us to remember the hands of Christ and allow them to change our lives.

The Power of Water

Dateline Moscow: Andrew McChesney's chance encounter helped a stranger find her way.

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This Week's Special Features

Erst Kommt Das Fressen . . .

Cliff's Edge: Cliff Goldstein asks, does your morality come from above or from within?

In the Wilderness: The Epidemic

Biblical Studies: After losing their focus, the children of Israel find it again, writes Gerald A. Klingbeil.

Beyond Belief

March 21 Cover Feature: It may not be just the people, but something much, much deeper, according to Andy Nash.

Reclaiming the Library

Editorial: Bill Knott calls Adventists to understand the ideas around us, but to test them by the clear and timeless Word of God.

A Faith of Don'ts

Editorial: Adventism is about more than a list of things we don't do. Wilona Karimabadi asserts that we need to change that perception through the things we actually do.

Truth in a Technological World

Web Exclusive: The media are a gift from God. But, like any other of God’s blessings, they can be abused, writes Gary Swanson.

It Starts Here

March 14 Cover Story: Wilona Karimabadi explains why beginner Sabbath school is so important.

The Healing Power of "Something Better"

Web Exclusive: Retired GC vice president Calvin Rock delivered this sermon at the Loma Linda University Church on February 16. You can read the transcript or watch the video.

 

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Community Praise Center

Based in Alexandria, Virginia, this Seventh-day Adventist congregation has a strong focus on mission and outreach. Under the leadership of Pastor Henry Wright, the church has a vibrant worship ministry.

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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