May 14, 2014
Breaking Church News

Two Adventist Publishing Houses Recommend Restructuring Proposal

Boards of Review and Herald, Pacific Press set final vote for June 17.

New President at Southwest Adventist University

Kenneth L. Shaw served as dean of Florida State University, Panama City campus.

Envisions Magazine Wins National Awards

Produced by Andrews University students, the journal was honored by the Associated Church Press.

Columbia Union to Establish an Evangelism School

During the Columbia Union Conference’s mid-year meetings held recently, church leaders voted to go forward with proposals.

​‘Facts With Hope’ Social Media Campaign Offers Sharable Health Tips

12 one-minute videos highlight benefits of healthful living.

Heroes Camp in Cornwall, England

The May bank holiday camp on Chapel Porth Adventist Campsite is a highlight of the annual calendar.

May 15, 2014 Adventist Review

God Is...?

Cover Feature: Joseph Olstad searches for a balanced understanding of God's character.

The Parable of the Tomato Plant

Heart and Soul--Devotional: Afia Donkor asks the question, "How many times have you given up?"

Delilah Was a Siren

Editorial: "What if, instead of seduction, siren Deliliah had worked on soul-winning?" asks Lael Caesar.

Judeo Christians

The Life of Christians: Andy Nash sheds light on who we really are.

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This Week's Special Features

Out of the Closet

Introducing the Why: Jimmy Phillips takes a look at an important issue facing our church today.

The Conversion of Harry Orchard

Cover Feature: James R. Nix shares a story of a career criminal's road to being a changed man.

The Steps Not Taken

Editorial: Bill Knott on what the Lord of the Sabbath has promised us if we don't hurry through the blessing.

How Did Mother's Day Get Started?

Adventist Life: Appreciating the role of mothers once a year is not enough, says Tabitha Abel.

Last Word: "Strength to Love"

Web Exclusive: Dr. Ella Simmons’ final thoughts about the historic Cape Town Summit

Affordable Health Care

Editorial: "Healthy churches are those that recognize their brokenness and rely completely on the celestial Healer," says Gerald Klingbeil.

Feel the Rhythm--Smell the Roses

Biblical Studies: Gerald Klingbeil on how to read biblical poetry in an age of Facebook and Twitter. 

Adventist Review Poetry Special

"An Introduction"  "Free Verse"   "Hymns"  "Rhymed Verse"

April 23 Cover Feature: This week's issue features works by and for our readers. We've opened the entire issue for your inspiration and enjoyment. Check out the sections above.

United Prayer Works

Web Exclusive: See the new video series produced by the General Conference.


Hymns and Favorites

Transmitting exclusively through the Internet, Hymns and Favorites is a commercial-free broadcast ministry of Positive Life Radio. The all-music format offers traditional hymns and inspirational favorites from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s.

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 Let's share in each other's lives.

AR Video Report

For 164 years the Adventist Review has inspired believers to deepen their relationship with God. And today we’re more vigorous than ever. We’re growing, changing, adapting to the times. Watch this video and you’ll be inspired too:

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