November 23, 2011
Breaking Church News

George Atiga Passes to His Rest

He served the Adventist Church for more than 60 years.  

Trans-European Division Votes 'Women in Leadership' Motion

The November 14 vote took place at TED's year-end meetings in Montenegro.

LLU Aids 'Orphaned' Puerto Rico Students

Medical school has tradition of helping stranded scholars.

Church Leaders Call for More Transparency, Accountability

Document encourages a new culture of leadership.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Senate Panel Votes to Repeal Marriage Law

The vote signals gains for same-sex marriage supporters.

Study: Religious Services Make Some Women Happier

Nearly 100,000 women participated in the research.

Nurses Say They Were Forced to Assist in Abortions

A federal judge has issued a restraining order. 

Nigeria: Christian Churches Under Attack

U.S. embassy in Nigeria warns American travelers.

November 24, 2011, Adventist Review

Good Stewards of Planet Earth

Cover Feature: In a world of want and excess, where do Christians fit in? Joseph Bon Sesay shares his perspective.

Chosen to Be Loved

His Hands and Feet: November is Adoption Awareness Month. Norma Nashed says, "It's a good time to focus on the needs of orphans worldwide."

Ten Thanksgivings

Editorial: Bill Knott reminds us of the source of the spirit of thanksgiving.

The Perfect Video Projector

Dateline Moscow: Andrew McChesney shares his latest adventure of living a life for God in Russia.

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This Week's Special Features

Toward a Healthy Thanksgiving

Editorial: Mark A. Finley reminds us that remembering to be thankful goes beyond the fourth Thursday in November.

More Than Enough to Share

Back to Basics: Thankful Christians must share God's bountiful blessings with those in need, says Hyveth Williams.

Boonstra: Would Jesus Be in Zuccotti Park?

Web Exclusive: Shawn Boonstra shares a commentary on Jesus and protest movements.

Their Church, or My Church?

Cover: How are children of immigrants relating to congregations designed for their parents? asks Wilona Karimabadi.


Adventist Life: Leroy Bruch offers his perspective on coping with job loss.

Inclusive Worship and Learning

Cover: Is your church guilty of ignoring special needs children? Addison Hudgins challenges us to change that. 



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