May 15, 2013
Breaking Church News

Adventist Health Worker Missing in Kiev, Ukraine

Jay Sloop, 77, not seen in over 12 hours after early morning walk.

Swiss Adventists Unite for Meeting

French-, German-speaking congregations join.

Adventist Academy Notes Centennial, Plans Rebuilding Effort

Valley View school's impact remembered.

Church Educator Edith Davis Dies

She mentored students at Andrews Academy, Middle East College

Single-Volume Adventist Bible Commentary Due in 2015

The 1,800 page commentary will be a ready reference.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Pentagon Debunks Reports of Anti-Christian Policies

Accommodations are made for all religions, officials say.

Religious Leaders Push for Release of Kidnapped Bishops

The Orthodox bishops were abducted while helping Christians in Syria.

Evangelicals Tackle Stigma of Mental Illness

New book seeks to help grieving families.

Poll: U.S. Muslims More Moderate Than Muslims Worldwide

The survey polled Muslims in 39 countries and territories.

May 16, 2013 Adventist Review

Christ, or Kona?

Cover Feature: Kimberly Luste Maran (with reporting by Bill Knott) tells the story of a young triathlete choosing between faith and sport.

Sometimes a Christian Cries

Devotional: "There more than one reason," asserts Frank A. Campbell.

Going in Circles

Editorial: Stephen Chavez reminds us that our interactions with people from other circles are very important.

Brahm's Symphony No. 2

Cliff's Edge: Cliff Goldstein found beauty through an unlikely channel.

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This Week's Special Features

Kids Eat Free

Heart and Soul Theology: Lael Caesar on free gifts with a price.

BRICOM Musings

Editorial: Bill Knott's thoughts on reflecting on God's presence with us in all situations.


May 9 Cover Feature: How do young people in your life view the reality of being an Adventist Christian? Shane Anderson explains.

The Tree

Editorial: Gerald Klingbeil looks at trees and the health of our churches.

In the Kitchen With Helen

April 25 Cover Feature: Wilona Karimabadi's story about a family who cares about eating right.

Prague Dispatch

Web Exclusive: Assistant editor Stephen Chavez files daily reports from the European Health Conference in the Czech Republic. Check back frequently for new updates.

The Philemon Principle

Transformation Tips: This often-overlooked book holds some important truths, says Delbert Baker.

Why a Modern Prophet?

Web Exclusive: What is the function of a modern prophet? Alberto Timm explains.


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