November 12, 2014
Revived by His Word

Join the Revived by His Word family. We began reading the New Testament on November 2. Church members worldwide have united in reading or listening to a chapter of the Bible a day in the Revived by His Word initiative. It will conclude July 11, 2015, when the last chapter of the Bible is read at the General Conference Session in San Antonio, Texas. “There is nothing more calculated to strengthen the intellect than the study of the Scriptures. No other book is so potent to elevate the thoughts, to give vigor to the faculties, as the broad, ennobling truths of the Bible,” (Steps to Christ, p. 90). To subscribe or read today’s chapter, click here

Breaking Church News

Bahamian Prime Minister Asks for Community Health Center

The appeal comes as the Adventist Church seeks to open the centers around the world.

15 Adventist Hikers Rescued in California

The young people are using their ordeal, which is making U.S. headlines, to point people to God.

3ABN's 30 Years of Miracles

Adventist television station celebrates its thirtieth anniversary.

A Journey Through Argentina Led Me to a Miracle

Three friends from the former Soviet Union search for a long-lost father in South America.

Lee Boothby, Bulldog Lawyer who Defended Sabbath, Dies

Boothby, 81, was the first and, for a long time, only church-state litigator produced by the Adventist Church.

November 13, 2014 Issue Focus

Seeing is Believing

Cover Feature: Lisa Poirier, Jeff Jordan, and Melissa Jordan, tell the story of a very special church and ministry.

When Service is Your Life

Adventist Life: Wilona Karimabadi introduces readers to a GC employee whose service to the church extends far beyond the office.

Health and Immortality

Editorial: "Healthful living does not make any of us immortal," says Lael Caesar.

Just a Simple Question

Searching the Obvious: Dixil Rodríguez on lessons learned from a quiet time of the day.

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This Week's Special Features

Mars Hill Breakup: A Warning For Megastar Pastors

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Sarah Pulliam Bailey explores an emerging issue in evanglical circles. 

Pressing Forward

Back to Basics: "Until that harvest, keep sowing. The blessing is in the pressing," says Hyveth Williams.

Rare Photo Provides a Walk With Ellen White Down Memory Lane

Essay: Here’s what you might not have noticed about the recently discovered photo of the Adventist Church co-founder.

Pope Does It Again … Or Does He?

Commentary: Four reasons to double-check what you read about the pope’s comments on evolution.

Why so Many Churches Hear so Little of the Bible

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Albert Mohler voices a major concern on a growing trend in many congregations.  

Polarities

WEB EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Produced by the Trans-European Division's tedMedia group, "Polarities," this week's feature in the Screening Room, is a contemporary reflection on Eccesiasites 3.

Just Do It

Editorial: Gerald Klingbeil encourages us to find our rythms and push forward with God no matter what tries to get in the way.



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