October 14, 2011
Breaking Church News

UPDATE: "Variance" for North American, Trans-European Division
Constitutions Fail Annual Council Vote

Spirited debate marks major discussion of women’s roles in leadership.
To read more reports from the 2011 Annual Council, click here. 

Montemorelos Enrollment Strong Months After Shooting

New security measures in place to protect students, faculty, and staff.

Wilsons Meet Norwegian Adventists at Oslo Weekend

The GC president offers condolences after violent attack.

Weimar's Health Program Retools to Meet Global Needs

Wilson attends launch of the NEWSTART Global health program.

This Week's Special Features

Truth in Advertising

Editorial: As the social costs of alcoholism grow, how should Adventists respond? Adventist Review editor Bill Knott explains.

Sweeney's Garden

Cover Feature: Kimberly Luste Maran interviews a couple that understands what it means to serve.

Special Video Message From Pastor Shawn Brace

Web Exclusive: Shawn Brace shares a message about God's relentless pursuit of humanity.

Abuse Happens, Even in Church

Web Exclusive: Carla Baker, North American Division Women's Ministries director, makes a compelling case for an emphasis on abuse prevention.

Home to Eden

Second Sabbath Week of Prayer Reading: Ellen G. White shares a glimpse of the Christian's final destination. For more Week of Prayer readings, click here. 

Mark Kellner's Sojourn in Israel

Web Exclusive: Follow Adventist Review news editor Mark Kellner as he retraces the steps of Jesus.


Light of Hope 

Based at the Lakeview Seventh-day Adventist Church in Powder Spring, Georgia, this evangelilstic broadcast airs in the metro Atlanta area and also reaches Europe, Central Asia, and North Africa through the Hope Europe satellite network. Light of Hope's speaker is Peter Kulakov, pastor of the Lakeview church. 

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 other's lives.

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