May 29, 2015
Breaking Church News

Warren Judd, Visionary Adventist Media Leader, Dies

The former CEO of the Adventist Media Center succumbs to cancer.

Adventists Help Hundreds After Deadly Texas Floods

Volunteers hand out clothing to more than 750 people.

Brazilian Designer Skips Sabbath Awards

He tells a religious liberty conference that he would rather lose the prizes than dishonor God.

Meet a Hero of Zimbabwe's Remarkable Free Clinic

Linda Sibanda started dreaming about the Adventist Church organizing a two-week clinic after reading Ellen G. White.

Update 33: Union College Gymnast Badly Injured in Fall

Her parents ask again, "Please pray specifically for a breakthrough in any type of communication with Heather."

Evangelistic Meetings Take Zimbabwe by Storm

Zimbabweans and visiting international presenters alike express astonishment at the impact of the Adventist events.

This Week's Special Features

My Heart Is Moved by Seeing Christ's Method in Action

The Adventist Church’s top doctor, Peter N. Landless, visits a free clinic in Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe.

Ready for Planting

Searching the Obvious: "Angels are among us, watching us fumble and work on God's beautiful creations. Can you imagine that?" asks Dixil Rodríguez.

Crossing the Room

Connect: Chad Stuart remembers a time when the Holy Spirit's voice was less thunder and more whisper, but still powerful.

God Has Your Phone Number

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Jim Ayer shares a miraculous story from his forthcoming book Some Call Them Miracles.

San Antonio and Beyond

Commentary: Mark A. Finley shares his perspective on what heaven really values. 

Unflappable

Editorial: What does it mean to stand firm? Read Bill Knott's take on it.

What Would Jesus Tweet?

May Cover Feature: Seth Pierce looks at social media as both a tremendous opportunity, and a terrifc way to embarrass ourselves.



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