May 5, 2014
Breaking Church News

North Mexico: Church Shares Health Message Where Obesity is an Epidemic

Local health minister praises work of Adventists.

Pacific Union Members Part of a Massive Global Movement

Church members are energized by the Great Controversy Project.

New Jersey Church Hosts Homeless Families

The Wayne church partnered with Family Promise.

ASI Ministry Heralds Creation

For more than 20 years, Creation Illustrated has been a silent witness.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

U.S. Doctors Killed at Afghan Hospital Run by Christian Charity

The doctors were killed by an Afghan security guard.

Casino Halted by Kentucky Baptists

Gambling proposal stopped in general assembly.

Protestant and Jewish Leaders Try to Mend Rift

The inter-faith group broke up 18 months ago.

Obamacare Religious Exemption Hard to Get

Provisions for churches are restricted.

This Week's Special Features

Praying Till Donne

Reflections: Bill Knott on the work and meaning of the poet John Donne.

Last Word: "Strength to Love"

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

Affordable Health Care

Editorial: "Healthy churches are those that recognize their brokenness and rely completely on the celestial Healer," says Gerald Klingbeil.

Feel the Rhythm--Smell the Roses

Biblical Studies: Gerald Klingbeil on how to read biblical poetry in an age of Facebook and Twitter. 

Adventist Review Poetry Special

"An Introduction"  "Free Verse"   "Hymns"  "Rhymed Verse"

April 23 Cover Feature: This week's issue features works by and for our readers. We've opened the entire issue for your inspiration and enjoyment. Check out sections above.

A Culprit Barely Pardoned

Cliff's Edge: Cliff Goldstein on the grace that comes with being forgiven.

United Prayer Works

Web Exclusive: See the new video series produced by the General Conference.


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