May 7, 2014
Breaking Church News

Prince William Meets Adventist Aviator

The prince was appraised of the church's humanitarian work.

AWR Announces Changes in Asia/Pacific Region

AWR broadcasts in 30 languages within the region.

South Peru Union Remembers Fernando Stahl

He shared the Adventist message in the Peruvian and Bolivian highlands.

IAD to Launch Online Youth Campaign From French Guiana

Hundreds of youth from around the French Antilles territory will converge on Cayenne, French Guiana.

Success for UK Pathfinders in USA Pathfinder Bible Experience

Participants were tested on the book of 2nd Samuel.

Four People Sharing a Kidney Donation Bond Meet at LLUH Event

More than 107,000 patients are currently waiting for a kidney transplant.

TV Series Paints Spiritual Themes With Art

Masterstroke examines some of the most famous religious paintings in history.

Stealing Past the Watchful Dragons

An Adventist educator heads the C.S. Lewis Study Center in Oxford.

May 8, 2014 Adventist Review

The Conversion of Harry Orchard

Cover Feature: James R. Nix's story of a career criminal's road to a changed man.

How Did Mother's Day Get Started?

Adventist Life: Appreciating the role of mothers once a year is not enough, says Tabitha Abel.

The Steps Not Taken

Editorial: Bill Knott on what the Lord of the Sabbath has promised us if we don't hurry through the blessing.

Out of the Closet

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

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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 Cape Town 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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Serving a fine arts radio audience, Classical 90.5 WSMC is operated by Southern Adventist University in Collegedale, Tennessee. The station offers classical and sacred music along with National Public Radio programs.

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