November 13, 2013
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Breaking Church News

In Philippines, an Outpouring of Support After Devastating Typhoon

GC president Wilson urges united prayer.

NAD Executive Committee Recommendation "Affirms" Men and Women for Ordination

The vote was 182-31.

Kenyan Adventist Wins NYC Marathon 

Priscah Jeptoo's winning time was 2:25:07.


NAD President Dan Jackson addressed church leaders on November 2 at the Year-end Meeting.


Coming Friday: A AR New Web site

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World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Holiday Giving Survey Shows Young Men Most Likely to Give to Charity

World Vision commissioned the survey of more than 2,000 adults.

Kenya: Pastors Ask for Guns Amid Christian-Muslim Violence

Some evangelical pastors are no longer willing to turn the other cheek.

Parents Sue to Overturn NJ on Ex-Gay Therapy

New Jersey is the second state to ban the therapy.

US Denies Spying on Vatican Cardinals Ahead of Conclave

An Italian magazine made the allegations.

NJ School District Will Allow Religious Holiday Songs

School officials reversed a previous ban on the songs.

This Week's Special Features

Next Time, Stand!

Transformation Tips: Delbert W. Baker reminds us that we can trust God always--and stand with Him--even in the worst situations.

Christ, Character, and Creation

Theology: "Christ cannot be the God of either progressive creation or theistic evolution," says John T. Baldwin.

Busan Diary

News editor Mark Kellner reports from the World Council of Churches 10th Assembly in Busan, Republic of Korea.

Growing Up With Guide

Cover Feature: Times change, but Guide magazine remains constant. Kim Peckham takes a look at its wonderful history.

How a Runaway Horse Led Me Home

Dateline Moscow: Andrew McChesney reminds us that God's power is very real.


Editorial: Gerald Klingbeil asserts that a "whatever" attitude offers no real motivation to live for the kingdom.

The Prophetic Rendezvous of 1844 Adventism

Theology: Was the time of Adventism's birth accidental or providential? Ask Elijah Mvundura.

What on Earth Happened in 1844?

October 17 Cover: Two Adventist scholars, Arthur Chadwick and Ingo Sorke, share an in-depth study into the events surrounding October 22, 1844.


More Features

Reaching Your Heart Radio

The weekly evangelistic broadcast airs in the Washington D.C. area. Based at the Reaching Hearts Church, an Adventist congregation in the Allegheny East Conference, the program is also heard daily throughout North America on XM Satellite Radio at 10 p.m. ET on week nights and Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. The speaker is Michael Oxentenko, who pastors the congregation in Spencerville, Maryland.

Let's Pray

The Adventist Review staff meets each Wednesday morning at 8:15 for worship and prayer. We'd love to include your prayer requests, so send them to Let's share in each other's lives.

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