November 7, 2014
Revived by His Word

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Breaking Church News

NAD Adopts Statement on How to Discuss Women's Ordination

Other divisions also discuss the issue, and the Euro-Asia Division also approves a statement.

40,000 Celebrate as Adventist TV Expands in Peru

The South American Division kicks off the expansion of Nuevo Tiempo in a packed stadium in Lima.

Adventist Leaders Call for Creative Ways to Reach Asia

Asia’s challenges include huge swathes of unreached people and a distinctive worldview.

Adventist Is Top World Authority on Runner's Stitch

Darren Morton of Avondale College says God deserves all the credit.

NAD's Youngest Delegates Reenact Second Coming

Student leaders take a memorable group photo to remind themselves of why they are Adventists.

NAD Takes First Steps to Relocate Headquarters

The division gives preference to a move within the Washington area rather than to Dallas, Denver, or Atlanta.

This Week's Special Features

Pressing Forward

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

Rare Photo Provides a Walk With Ellen White Down Memory Lane

Essay: Here’s what you might not have noticed about the recently discovered photo of the Adventist Church co-founder.

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.  


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.

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.


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