November 14, 2012
Breaking Church News

Breaking Church News

Wilson Visits Belarus

First sitting GC president to do so.

Wilson Offers Prayers, Support in Hurricane Aftermath  

“Superstorm” hit Northeastern U.S., Cuba, Haiti, and Dominican Republic. 

Focus Evangelism on Medical Ministry, Wilson Tells Annual Council    

Keep church united in difficult times, he says. 

World Church Leaders Share Evangelism Updates 

In Euro-Asia even children help spread the Adventist message.   

Software License Addresses Membership Records  

South American computer program expected to standardize record keeping. 

Educational, Organizational Matters Top One Agenda 

Chinese Union Mission to focus on Hong Kong, Macau, and mainland China. 

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Anti-Semitic Incidents Decline in the U.S.

The incidents dropped by 13 percent in 2011.

French Move Toward Full Funding of Abortion

Critics say the measure will speed up the decline of the French population.

Watchdog Group Asks IRS to Probe Catholic Bishops

The group wants the IRS to revoke USCCB's tax-exempt status.

On Sistine Chapel's 500th, Foot Traffic Remains a Threat

High traffic is damaging the frescos.

November 15, 2012, Adventist Review

Living Mission

Cover: Florida Hospital's Spiritual Ambassadors are changing their world, says Wilona Karimabadi.

Premarital Sex or Purity?

40 Below: Alexis A. Goring asks, "What happens when self-satisfaction becomes one of our highest priorities?"

Wild Goose Chase

Editorial: How do you keep the right balance between the past and the present? Gerald A. Klingbeil shares his perspective.

Fighting the Good Fight

Back to Basics: Hyveth Williams suggests that in today's spiritual warfare, Christians may be fighting the wrong adversary?

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This Week's Special Features

God's Economy

Searching the Obvious: "Like Jacob, we refuse to let go without receiving a blessing, and these are always abundant," says Dixil Rodriguez.

How to Restore a Child

Feature: Natalie Kazzi on helping orphans with great needs.

The Circle of Caring

Editorial: Bill Knott shares his deep appreciation for pastors who truly know how to represent Jesus.

Then Sings My Soul

November 8 Cover Feature: Ellen White on how nature reveals the Creator.

Origins: Beliefs Have Implications, Part 2

Transformation Tips: According to Delbert Baker, "Creation is interrelated with salvation truth." Do you agree?

Together Perfect

Heart and Soul Theology: Deleise Cole-Wilson reminds us how valued we are in God's eyes.

Diversity in Five-Part Harmony

October 25 Cover Feature: Five authors write for the Adventist Review on "Crossing the Divides: Transcending Our Differences Through Jesus," the theme of a recent diversity summit for Adventist leaders from North America.


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