October 2, 2015
Breaking Church News

Ted N.C. Wilson Joins Facebook and Twitter

The Adventist Church president says he is looking for ways to communicate more effectively and directly with people.

SAU Receives a $1.6 Million Gift

Southern Adventist University will use the record gift to help cover students’ tuition costs and improve the campus.

So What About the Pope?

News commentary: Pope Francis is a charming person, but the question is not whether he has a pleasant personality.

11 New Believers Baptized in the Middle East

The baptisms take place at a camp meeting of more than 1,300 people.

17,000 Back Religious Freedom at Huge Rally in Madagascar

The Adventist-sponsored event underscores the importance of what organizers call a fundamental human right.

Michigan Township to Name Pond After First Black Adventist

William J. Hardy also was the first African-American elected to a public office in Michigan.

Adventist Pastor Uses Mobile-Social Technology to Reach More

How a Mississippi pastor integrates the latest technology into his ministry.

Brazilian Music Therapist Uses Pathfinder Skills to Help Autistic Children

The 24-year-old woman creates a musical that makes it easier for the children to communicate.

This Week's Special Features

How Should We Help the Homeless?

Commentary: Pastor Tim Madding reflects on his week as a homeless person in Washington D.C.

Almost There?

Commentary: The pope's trip to the U.S. is a "reassurance marker" that we are almost home.

Jesus Outside Scripture

The Life of Faith: The argument that Jesus of Nazareth never existed has almost no support today, says Andy Nash.

Do Adventists Have a Beef With Pope Francis?

Online Exclusive: Jared Thurmon talks about the Pope's U.S. visit and an important issue you probably didn't associate with it.

Mission: The Church And You

Engage: Ron E. M. Clouzet believes that witnessing is not something we do; it's something we are.

What I Expect, Redux

Editorial: Bill Knott writes on expectations Adventist parents have of the church's colleges and universities.

Life + Health Network

Based in Loma Linda, California, Life+Health Network is a 24/7 health ministry that broadcasts on the internet, Roku (www.roku.com), TVU Networks and iPhone and Android apps. The focus is on sharing the Adventist health message with programs on lifestyle and preventive medicine to those who are searching for answers to chronic health challenges. Started by the Adventist Medical Evangelistic Network, Life+Health Network is continuing to find new and creative ways to provide hope and healing while sharing the gospel around the world.

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