May 2, 2011
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Poll: KJV Still Popular

400 Years on, version is still widely used.

Supreme Court Limits Prisoners' Right to Sue

Prison inmates deprived of religious rights cannot sue for monetary damages.

Study: Congregations Slow Recovering From Recession

Recession directly hurt budgets in American congregations.

Bill Would Limit Military Funeral Protests

The action is supported by several military groups.

 

Breaking Church News

3 Adventists Die in Violent Storms

Oakwood University shuts down, cancels final exams.

This Week's Special Features

Who Does the Choosing?

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

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 the Adventist Review's assistant editor as she visits literacy schools in India.

A Taste of New Wine

We cannot continue to do business as usual.

A Checklist for Christians

What are the essential characteristics of being Christian?

Buzzing About the Beehive

Young adults actively involved in reaching their secular campuses for Christ.

Celebrate Your Troubles

An excerpt from The Blessing of Adversity by Barry Black,
chaplain of the U.S. Senate and a Seventh-day Adventist minister.

 

Emmanuel-Brinklow Adventist Church

Located in Ashton, Maryland, the growing congregation is led by the preaching ministry of Pastor Anthony Medley and his pastoral team. The church has established a growing Internet presence that features video sermons.

Let's Pray

The Adventist Review staff meets each Wednesday morning at 8 a.m. 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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