November 28, 2014
Visit The Screening Room

The Adventist Review Online introduces a brand new feature we call The Screening Room. This new feature showcases videos produced by Seventh-day Adventist filmmakers. In time, The Screening Room library will feature a wide array of content, including documentaries, short stories, devotional thoughts, testimonies, and more. This week's feature, Bikers With a Mission, produced by the Pacific Union Conference, is profile of a unique California ministry. To view the video click here.

Breaking Church News

Kenya: 8 Adventists Killed in Bus Massacre

The Adventists were probably on their way to church on Sabbath morning.

Mel Gibson Considers Movie About Adventist War Hero

He is in talks to direct a film about Desmond Doss.

Volleyball Team Presented Trophy After Honoring Sabbath

Forest Lake Academy experiences a “selfless display of sportsmanship.”

Vanuatu: More than 200 Breakaway Adventists Welcomed Back

Unity is returning to the church on the South Pacific island nation

This Week's Special Features

That Crucial First Year

Editorial: Bill Knott on how we can help support those newest to our spiritual family.

Adventist Scholars Commemorate Gerhard F. Hasel

Online Exclusive: Leading Evangelicals join in acknowledging the impact of Hasel’s teaching and writing.

The Last House

November 27 Cover Story: Benjamin Baker's story as a young literature evangelist who saw the fruit of his labor long after he thought he would.

The Conundrum

Heart and Soul Theology: Yong Shin Chee on how he came to understand the Trinity.

Women’s Ordination Goes to San Antonio

November 19 Cover Feature: The Annual Council sends question to the GC session after six hours of talks in a “gracious” atmosphere. Andrew McChesney shares his report.

The Evil Day

Cliff's Edge: "His love and His grace are more than sufficient to enable us, amid the evil, to endure, even unto the end," says Cliff Goldstein.

Angry Reader Versus Me

Editorial: Andrew McChesney on what to do when people get mad at you.

Just a Simple Question

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



Praise 90.1

Broadcasting throughout the Tennessee Valley for more than 25 years, Praise 90.1 (WJOU FM) is owned and operated by Oakwood University in Huntsville, Alabama. The noncommercial format includes brief educational and spiritually uplifting programs, along with a unique music format called Inspirational Soul.

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 prayer@adventistreview.org. Let's share in each others' lives.

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