November 3, 2014
Breaking Church News

Jackson Says God Will See Adventist Church Through

NAD president encourages leaders to trust that God controls the future of the church.

200,000 Graduate With New Skills for Sharing Jesus

The Inter-American Division trains thousands of members as it seeks to underpin continued rapid growth.

First Adventist Medical Center Opens in Romania

The $1 million facility is an answer to prayer for local Adventists.

Adventists Get Rare Glimpse of Church's Work in China

Some 100 church leaders and scholars gather for a first-of-its-kind conference in Hong Kong.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Nigeria: Muslim Extremists Kill 31 Christians

Among the dead were two pastors.

Church-based Clinics Help Immigrants Navigate Legal Headaches

Some evangelical ministries have pledged to increase the number of clinics.

Secularism Grows as More U.S. Christians Turn ‘Churchless’

Surveys of 23,000 people reveal shocking results.

16 Percent of English Ministers Unclear About God

Two percent believe God is a human construct.

This Week's Special Features

Pope Does It Again … Or Does He?

Commentary: Four reasons to double-check what you read about the pope’s comments on evolution.

Why so Many Churches Hear so Little of the Bible

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Albert Mohler voices a major concern on a growing trend in many congregations.  

Polarities

WEB EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Produced by the Trans-European Division's tedMedia group, "Polarities," this week's feature in the Screening Room, is a contemporary reflection on Eccesiasites 3.

Just Do It

Editorial: Gerald Klingbeil encourages us to find our rythms and push forward with God no matter what tries to get in the way.

Pressing Forward

Back to Basics: "Until that harvest, keep sowing. The blessing is in the pressing," says Hyveth Williams.

When God Goes Camping With His People

Biblical Studies: A motley mob wandering in the desert is where God chooses to make a sanctuary. Beatrice Neall digs into the story.

14 Soldiers in God’s Army

October 23 Cover Feature: Victor Hulbert tells the story of the Britons who chose to endure beatings, starvation, and the dreaded “crucifixion” punishment rather than work on Sabbath in World War I.

KROH 91.1 FM

Serving northwest Washington, Radio of Hope - Nine One One, is owned and operated by the Port Townsend Seventh-day Adventist Church. Operating from the Olympic Peninsula, KROH FM is a new, listener-supported station broadcasting 24 hours a day at 91.1 FM and via the Internet. Safe for every member of the family, Radio of Hope -- Nine One One features traditional Christian music and programs focusing on "Christ our Righteousness."

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