November 25, 2011
Give to the Adventist Community Services Offering on December 10

Adventist Community Services (ACS) transforms lives and communities. From providing assistance to people affected by natural disasters, and offering ongoing support to New Orleans, to creative projects such as a soup kitchen that grew into a church, ACS volunteers are taking Christ to the world. Your gift to the ACS offering on December 10 helps this humanitarian agency expand its sacred work. To learn more, or donate now, visit http://www.communityservices.org/.

Breaking Church News

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.

George Atiga Passes to His Rest

He served the Adventist Church for more than 60 years.

Church Leaders Call for More Transparency, Accountability

Document encourages a new culture of leadership.

This Week's Special Features

Ten Thanksgivings

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

Good Stewards of Good Planet Earth

Cover Feature: In a world of want and excess, where do Christians fit? 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."

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.

Downsized!

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

 

WAUS 90.7 FM

Reaching southwestern Michigan and northern Indiana, WAUS-FM is owned and operated by Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan. WAUS offers classical music and provides community information and event participation.

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