October 23, 2009
Celebrate Creation

On October 24 Seventh-day Adventist congregations are invited to join in a global celebration of God's creative power and continued involvement in, and care for, human life. This special emphasis day comes during the year marking the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin and the 150th anniversary of his book, On The Origin of Species by Natural Selection, widely credited for establishing and promoting the theory of evolution.

As a service to church members and fellow Christians around the world, the Adventist Review and Adventist World has provided a collection of articles from our archives that support the biblical doctrine of creation. To access the articles, Click here.

Breaking Church News

Free State High Court Ruling Supports Adventist Church

Southern Africa Union has right to reorganize, court says.

Adventist Risk Management President Dies Suddenly

Rob Sweezey was 52.

GC Women's Ministries, ADRA Launch Drive to End Violence Toward Women

One in three women are victims of physical or psychological repression.

Young Professionals Talk Change With GC President

Paulsen speaks on politics, church involvement, race-based conferences.

Reports From the 2009 Annual Council

Get the latest information here.

This Week's Special Features

Just 144,000? 

Is this number literal or symbolic? Untangling the secret behind the mysterious number

Hormone Replacement Therapy

Our physicians offer salient advice on this provocative subject.

Drive-thru Christianity

When a person is dying, can we bring them back to life?

Are We Killing Adventist Education?

An excerpt from a recently released book

Where Have All the Grown-ups Gone?

Young adults are growing older, but are they growing spiritually?

The Allure of Modesty

What does real sex appeal look like?

7 Secrets of Healthy Churches

Author Thom Rainer researched 2,000 healthy churches and found out what they had in common. Here are the results of his survey.

It’s Time for Your Quiet Hour

Based in Redlands, California, The Quiet Hour is a multifaceted international ministry that launches outreach initiatives all over the world. Started in 1937 as a radio ministry, The Quiet Hour is now active in radio, television, and public evangelism. Windows of Hope is the Quiet Hour's television program.

 

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