October 20, 2014
Breaking Church News

Nigeria: 200 Schoolgirls to be Freed

Adventists around the world have prayed for this moment for six months.

Ukraine: Adventist Pastor Released From Detention

Litovchenko was held for 20 days.

Wilson Calls for 'Good Report' at Church's 150th Anniversary

The church leader speaks at Bordoville, the first Adventist church to open in New England in 1864.

Church Leaders Confirm Unity Despite Ordination Differences

Annual Council delegates recommit themselves to Jesus and the church’s mission.

Church Manual Revisions Include Matters of Discipline

The Annual Council sends modified text to the General Conference session for consideration.

South Central American Union Mission Divides

The split reflects the fast-growing number of Adventists in Central America.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Sudan Bombs Church Complex in Nuba Mountains

Residents at the compound escaped.

Study: Church Giving Won't Rise Unless Pastors Embrace Jesus' Teaching on the Poor

Church giving drops to 2.2 percent of income.

Ebola Outbreak: How You Can Help

More than 4,000 deaths have been recorded.

This Week's Special Features

The Second Coming: It's Not Fair

40 Below: Myron Madden used to wonder, "What would we miss if Jesus returned today?"

Soli Deo Gloria

Cover Feature: Wilona Karimabadi shares the powerful story of Meshach Soli.

Out of the Closet: What I Learned

Introducing the Why: Jimmy Phillips shares lessons learned and God's ability to make right out of our wrongs.

"The Tent" Event

Cover Feature: Sandra Blackmer tells a story of when evangelism becomes part of the curriculum.

Revival and Reformation Revisited

Special Feature: David J. B. Trim looks back and ahead, to being used by the Spirit.

Conviction and Covenant

Editorial: "The only remnant worth belonging to is the one that will not tear itself apart by Christless spite and crossless acrimony," says Bill Knott.

Never Pass up a Chance to Do Good

WEB EXCLUSIVE: This week's feature in the Screening Room is a video testimony produced by the General Conference Communication Department.

Many Church Choirs are Dying. Here's Why

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Cathy Lynn Grossman shares her perspective on a growing trend in North American churches.


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