May 6, 2015
Breaking Church News

3 Adventists Killed in U.S. Road Tragedy After Men’s Retreat

A tractor-trailer plows into a van carrying seven church members in New York state.

Adventist Review, Adventist World Collect Record 5 First-Place Awards

The magazines receive a total of 10 awards from the Associated Church Press.

NAD Issues Statement on Ben Carson's U.S. Presidential Bid

“Care should be taken that the pulpit and all church property remain a neutral space when it comes to elections.”

13th Sabbath Offering Builds 2 Remote Clinics in South Pacific

The clinics are located in areas of Australia and Papua New Guinea with little or no Adventist presence.

ADRA Works Around the Clock to Deliver Nepal Relief

Villagers describe the nightmare of the earthquake and its aftermath.

May 2015 Adventist Review

What Would Jesus Tweet?

Discover: Seth Pierce looks at social media as both a tremendous opportunity and a terrifc way to embarrass ourselves.

Crossing the Room

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

Unflappable

Editorial: Bill Knott on what it means to stand firm.

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 Rodriguez.

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This Week's Special Features

Why the Devil Bestows Victory Over Sin

Commentary: Herod by the demons of indulgence killed John the Baptist, while the Pharisees by demons of righteousness killed Jesus, says Martin Weber.

Escape From Saigon

Forty years ago at the end of the Vietnam War, came a moment in time when church and geopolitical history intersected.

San Antonio’s Free Clinic Changed Me as a Surgeon

Commentary: I wasn’t prepared for the effect that the three days would have on my view of my practice and my church.

What Christians Can Learn From a Marathon Cheat

Commentary: A woman who lost her gold medal at the St. Louis Marathon last week offers a lesson about shortcuts, says John Bradshaw.

Avoiding a Sabbath Plane Flight Saved My Life

Commentary: Crises are God’s opportunities to remind us of realities we should take seriously.

The Cost of Discipleship

WEB EXCLUSIVE Commentary: Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the church's prophetic voice.

How Never to Be Offended

Commentary: It may sound strange, but I am never offended by anything when I'm in tune with God and His law.



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