May 20, 2013
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Harold Camping May Face a Different Doomsday

The radio evangelist may lose his ministry.

Church-based Scouting Alternatives Attract Interest

Churches field scouting queries in wake of BSA policy shift.

British Church Attendance Stabilizes

Baptisms were up by five percent.

Dalai Lama Wows Maryland Crowd

"Imagine a demilitarized world," he says.


Breaking Church News

UPDATE: Adventist Health Worker Still Missing in Ukraine After 72 Hours

Search intensifies for Dr. Jay Sloop, 77, of Yakima, Wash.
This Week's Special Features

Christ, or Kona?

May 16 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's 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.

BRICOM Musings

Editorial: Bill Knott reflects 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.

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 recently returned from the European Health Conference in the Czech Republic. Read his reports here.


More Features


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