March 31, 2011
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Missionaries Grapple With Leaving Japan

About 8,000 missionaries are in Japan.

Adventist Churches Among Those Burned in Ethiopia

Several Adventist homes have also been burned.

Evangelicals Resist White House's Childhood Obesity Push

The "Let's Move" initiative has drawn praise and criticism from conservatives.

Trial Opens in Massachusetts Black Church Arson Case

If convicted, Michael F. Jacques faces a 10-year prison term.

Adventists Grow as Other Churches Decline

The Adventist church is the fastest growing denomination in North America.


Breaking Church News

European Court Rules on Italian Crucifix-in-classroom Case

Displays affirmed, but minority religions fear lack of protection.

This Week's Special Features

The Black Swans of Life 

How do we deal with the black swans of life?

Jesus and the Word

We have the Scriptures available in every language.
What are we going to do with that?

As Things Unravel: An Adventist Ponders the Middle East

Shawn Boonstra shares his perspective on today's headlines.

When Loss is Gain

Confronting the realities of life with the promise of Scripture.

What's Happening to These Kids?

Why the childhood obesity epidemic must matter to Adventists.

As Others Don't See Us

We aren't as well known as we think we are.

Stirred, but Not Shaken

Shawn Boonstra reflects on the Japan earthquake and tsunami.


Sligo Church

Based on the outskirts of Washington D.C., in Takoma Park, Maryland, the Sligo congregation has a vibrant community program and a variety of ministries for all age groups. Under the leadership of Pastor Charles Tapp, the church offers a lively traditional worship service.

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