November 4, 2013
Calling All Prayer Warriors

Join the North American Division Prayer Ministry team on Thursday, November 7, 2013, for an all-night prayer call from 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. Eastern time. Call 712-432-0031; access code is 435650#. There will be a different leader each half hour throughout the evening. Join us anytime during the session and stay as long as you can. Send an e-mail to nadprayerministries@gmail.com to become a prayer warrior and receive prayer requests for evangelism. For more information go to: www.nadprayerministries.org.

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Methodist Court Sidesteps Changes to Gay Policies

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The classes come amid concerns of police brutality.

Leaders Push for Free Jewish Preschool in US, Canada

The "Jewish Head Start" initiative is designed to connect young Jews with Judaism.

This Week's Special Features

Busan Diary

News editor Mark Kellner, reports from the World Council of Churches 10th Assembly in Busan, Republic of Korea.

Growing Up With Guide

Cover Feature: Times change, but Guide magazine remains constant. Kim Peckham takes a look at its wonderful history.

How a Runaway Horse Led Me Home

Dateline Moscow: Andrew McChesney reminds us that God's power is very real.

Christ, Character, and Creation

Theology: "Christ cannot be the God of either progressive creation or theistic evolution," says John T. Baldwin.

Whatever

Editorial: Gerald Klingbeil asserts that a "whatever" attitude offers no real motivation to live for the kingdom.

The Prophetic Rendezvous of 1844 Adventism

Theology: Was the time of Adventism's birth accidental or providential? Ask Elijah Mvundura.

From Disappointment to Triumph

Editorial: Mark A. Finley believes that God created a movement of destiny.

What on Earth Happened in 1844?

October 17 Cover: Two Adventist scholars, Arthur Chadwick and Ingo Sorke, share an in-depth study into the events surrounding October 22, 1844.

 

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Let's Pray

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