October 6, 2014
Breaking Church News

Adventist-backed Case Heads to U.S. Supreme Court

The Adventist Church supports the Muslim defendant's right to wear a hijab at work.

Adventist Church Saves $1 Million With Online Event

A stewardship conference shows that the church can reach more people at lower costs than with a traditional conference.

E. G. White Estate Votes for Heritage Evangelism

The White Estate agrees to make the Adventist Heritage Ministry an integral part of its operations.

Church Leaders to Tackle Women's Ordination, Oakwood U.

Nearly 400 leaders will gather in Silver Spring, Maryland, for the Adventist Church’s annual business meeting.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Airstrikes May Worsen Refugee Crisis

In three days at least 130,000 flooded into Turkey.

Evangelicals and Environmentalists Cooperate?

The groups should promote proper stewardship of the earth.

Museum of the Bible Aims for Timeless Name, Imagery

The museum is scheduled for completion in 2017.

Muslim Scholars tell Islamic State: You Don’t Understand Islam

More than 120 Muslim scholars are denouncing ISIS.

This Week's Special Features

Many Church Choirs are Dying. Here's Why

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

Deliverance From Dystopia

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Why is society so fascinated with end of the world themes? Ask Gary Swanson.

2014 Week of Prayer Special Edition

“Christ’s Method Alone” is the theme for this year’s Week of Prayer readings. Throughout the week we will see how much of Christ’s ministry involved healing and how the ministry of health and healing plays a vital role in reaching others for Him. As a service to our readers, the Adventist Review provides all of the 2014 Week of Prayer readings, including articles for children.

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.

The First Step

Editorial: Carlos Medley offers practical advice for drawing closer to God.

Radical Grace

September 18 Cover Feature: What happens when Christians understand Christ and His grace? Mark Finley explores this topic.

Science Friction

Cliff's Edge: Science and truth. Cliff Goldstein delves deep.

WGTS 91.9 FM

Based on the campus of Washington Adventist University (WAU) in Takoma Park, Maryland, WGTS FM is a listener-supported station with a signal that covers the greater Baltimore --Washington D.C. area, including northern Virginia. Broadcasting 24 hours a day, WGTS features a contemporary Christian music format. The station is a self-supporting subsidiary of WAU.

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 others' lives.

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