May 26, 2014
Breaking Church News

GC President Shares Jesus With Manila's Rich and Powerful

The Adventist Church reaches out to the often-neglected upper class with major evangelistic initiative.

Oldest Adventist Church in Washington D.C. Celebrates 125 Years

The anniversary spurred a renovation initiative.

In Philippines, President Wilson Takes Island Detour to Visit ASI Missionaries

Five village schools opened.

World Bank Showcases Adventist Artist's Work

Beatriz Mejia-Krumbein created the book of 28 paintings.

Floods in Serbia and Bosnia Destroy Adventist Churches

Twenty Adventist families displaced, mudslides bury thousands of houses.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Nigeria: Suicide Bombing Kills 20 Christians in Kano

The bomber apparently targeted three churches.

Poll: Americans Stretch the Truth on Attending Church

Respondents often exaggerate their attendance in phone interviews.

Baptist Seminary Admits Its First Muslim Student

Ghassan Nagagreh is pursuing a Ph.D. in archeology.

More Americans Willing to Vote for an Atheist President

Polls show more people saying that churches should stay out of politics.

This Week's Special Features

The Kaleo Project

May 22 Cover Feature: Sandra Blackmer tells the story of students doing more than just hitting the books.

Prosperity Gospel: Deceptions and Dangers

Web Exclusive: Alberto Timm shares his indepth study of this popular teaching among evangelicals.

Judeo Christians

The Life of Christians: Andy Nash sheds light on who we really are.

Delilah Was a Siren

Editorial: "What if, instead of seduction, siren Deliliah had worked on soul-winning?" asks Lael Caesar.

God Is...?

May 15 Cover Feature: Joseph Olstad searches for a balanced understanding of God's character.

The Parable of the Tomato Plant

Heart and Soul--Devotional: "How many times have you given up?" asks Afia Donkor.

Out of the Closet

Introducing the Why: Jimmy Phillips takes a look at an important issue facing our church today.

Last Word: "Strength to Love"

Web Exclusive: Dr. Ella Simmons’ final thoughts about the historic Cape Town Summit


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