October 23, 2013
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Adventist Community Services provides you with opportunities to serve communities in Christ’s name. ACS volunteers provide support and assistance in disaster relief ministries, in elder care, crisis care, community development (inner city/urban), tutoring and mentoring, and ACS promotes youth engagement with Youth Empowered to Serve. Your financial gifts to the Adventist Community Services Offering, December 7, make it possible for ACS to continue impacting and transforming communities--one life at a time.

Breaking Church News

Major Survey to Inform Church's Strategic Plan

Churchwide canvass to identify areas of concern, opportunities.

Delegates Review Proposed Changes to the 28 Fundamental Beliefs

Clearer, updated language would be up for vote at 2015 GC session.

First Phase of Comprehensive Health Ministry Will Promote Future Work

In blended focus, congregations urged to offer “gift of health.”

Fire Destroys Georgia Church

Building declared a total loss.

Adventists Sue Las Cruces, New Mexico

City ordinance mocks First Amendment, lawyer says.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Looking for a Spouse? Try a Christian College

Religious campuses are the most likely places.

Church News Outlets Struggle to Keep Editorial Independence

Some journals increasingly performing public relations roles.

Brazil Tries to Combat Religious Intolerance

Evangelical growth is booming.

Long an Oasis of Christian-Muslim Calm, Kenya May See More Strife

The country has been a haven for refugees.

October 24, 2013 Adventist Review

Growing Up With Guide

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

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.

How a Runaway Horse Led Me Home

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

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This Week's Special Features

The Prophetic Rendezvous of 1844 Adventism

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

Another Look at the Gospel

Back to Basics: Hyveth Williams declares that Christianity is not making the gospel come alive for the young.

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.

Route to Roots: Tracking Adventist Pioneers

Follow Gerald Klingbeil as he tours historic Adventist locations in New England.

Ellen White, 1888, and Black People

Online Exclusive: Benjamin Baker's look at a turning point in the history of Black Adventism.

Citizenship Test

Editorial: Bill Knott on why we need to declare ourselves members of the peaceable kingdom.

What Happened in 1888?

Special Anniversary Issue: In a special issue, 125 years after a pivotal General Conference session in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the Adventist Review looks back at some of the theological implications of that historic event, and what they mean today.

 

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La Voz de la Esperanza

Broadcasting messages of grace, hope, and salvation in Jesus Christ since 1942, La Voz de la Esperanza targets those who speak and understand Spanish. The broadcasts are transmitted from more than 1,000 radio stations in 35 countries. Under the leadership of Frank Gonzalez, the ministry also produces Descubra, a series of evangelistic TV progams that air in 216 markets in the U.S. and on several satellite systems that broadcast the program around the world.

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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