May 16, 2011
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Church of England Says Cathedral Attendance is Growing

Church leaders report 7 percent growth in 2010.

Churches Form 'Circle of Protection' Around the Poor

Faith leaders lobby against cuts to anti-poverty programs.

After Court Gives OK, Christians Mark National Day of Prayer

An appeals court dismissed a suit challenging the NDP law.

Jesuit to Become a Congressional Chaplain

Patrick Conroy was selected by House Speaker John Boehner.

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Alphabet Soup

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Beyond the Creation Story

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Caring Enough to Confront

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Who Does the Choosing?

If the future is set, do we still get to choose?

Facebook Christians

Is your relationship with Jesus real, or just an online profile?

The Seventh Day: It's More Than a Name--It's a Mission

Seventh-day Adventist is more than a name. It's a link to our past and our future.

Sandra Blackmer's India Adventure

Follow Adventist Review's assistant editor as she visits literacy projects in India.


The Word for These Times

The 2010 Ministry Professional Growth Seminar was uplinked from the First Congregational Church in Pasadena, California, adjacent to the Fuller Theological Seminary campus. The program aired on the Hope Channel. Sponsored by Ministry International Journal for Pastors, the three-hour broadcast features outstanding speakers including Roy Adams, Lawrence Geraty, Marguerite Schuster, and Miroslav Volf.

Let's Pray

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