October 7, 2011
Andrews Study Bible Highlights the Truth

“Your word is truth” (John 17:17). With study materials carefully prepared by a group of faithful Bible teachers, the Andrews Study Bible helps believers in understanding the truth of God’s word. Among a huge number of different study Bibles available for Christians today, there is one you can trust in your search for truth. To order, call the Adventist Book Center (800-765-6955), Andrews University Press (800-467-6369) or visit www.AndrewsStudyBible.com.

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At La Sierra, Biology Faculty Affirms Importance of Teaching Creation

North American Divsion leaders welcome the statement. (Corrected Link)

This Week's Special Features

Home to Eden

Second Sabbath Week of Prayer Reading: Ellen G. White shares a glimpse of the Christian's final destination. For more Week of Prayer readings, click here. 

Abuse Happens, Even in Church

Web Exclusive: Carla Baker, North America Division Women's Ministries director, makes a compelling case for an emphasis on abuse prevention.

The Room and the Light

Cliff's Edge: Why is faith so important for Christians? Clifford Goldstein explains.

The Mediator

Wednesday Week of Prayer Reading: Retired Adventist Review editor William G. Johnsson explains Jesus' role as High Priest and Mediator for humankind.  

Mark Kellner's Sojourn in Israel

Web Exclusive: Follow Adventist Review news editor Mark Kellner as he retraces the steps of Jesus.

The Other Face of Adventism

Editorial: Adventism is not only phenomenal growth and stirring success stories--Read on with associate editor Gerald Klingbeil as he looks at some unfamiliar places.

German Trip Connects Adventist Leaders, Laity, Pastors in Revival Focus

Web Exclusive: Ted Wilson leads meetings, retraces footsteps of Protestant Reformer Martin Luther.

Adventist Film Exec Produces by Faith

Cover Feature: Mark Kellner tells the story of a man staying true to his faith in an unlikely place.


Light of Hope 

Based at the Lakeview Seventh-day Adventist Church in Powder Spring, Georgia, this evangelilstic broadcast airs in the metro Atlanta area and also reaches Europe, Central Asia, and North Africa through the Hope Europe satellite network. Light of Hope's speaker is Peter Kulakov, pastor of the Lakeview church. 

Let's Pray

The Adventist Review staff meets each Wednesday morning at 8:15 a.m. 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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