May 26, 2010
Breaking Church News

How are Church Leaders Elected?

Nominating, voting rules help the job find the candidate

La Sierra Board Moves to Resolve Evolution Issue

Introductory biology course to be revised

PUC, WAU Install Presidents

Knight, Spence feted in bicoastal honors.

Adventist Risk Management Restructures

California office to close, departments "flattened."

Second Chance Offers Compelling Testimony

From drug user to Jesus addict, Jim Ayer's story surprises.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Study Links Abortion, Substance Abuse

Mental disorders also linked to abortion.

 Convicted Baptist Missionary Returns From Haiti

Haitian court convicts Laura Silsby on charges of kidnapping.

Most Americans Say Moral Values in Decline

Only 14 percent say that moral values are improving.

L.A. Gang Ministry Cuts 330 Workers

Mounting deficits bring staff reductions.

May 27, 2010 Adventist Review

Opening the Doors of Hope

Hope Channel uses the latest technology to reach the greatest number of people with the gospel.

Breaking Down Barriers

The steep learning curve of the first Christians

Sheep and Their Shepherds

No wonder the psalmist, in describing God, used the words "The Lord is my shepherd..."

Looking Back to the Future

How do we view the future through a memorial?

This is Not "My" Church

Our facts and faith are rooted in the Bible. You can count on that

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This Week's Special Features

The Nebuchadnezzar Syndrome

A reflection on pastoral humility

Things That Bug Me

Roy Adams comments on the common irritations of earthly living,
and the promise of a much happier future to come.

A Letter to the Christians in Atlanta

Has the church changed that much since the first century?

Give Me the Bible

What does it mean to live in the Word?

A Culture Hungry for God

How will we feed them?

The Last Enemy

We age and fade and demand a miracle. Fortunately that miracle is Jesus.

Reaching Out

One man tells of his lifelong struggle with homosexuality.

Where are the Young Men?

Albert Mohler asks: Are males a vanishing breed on college campuses?

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