September 13, 2013
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Breaking Church News

LLUMC Staff Awarded for Helping Deputy Injured in Shootout

Officer Alex Collins suffered leg and facial injuries.

"The Record Keeper" Teaser Wins Geekie Award

The Web series depicts The Great Controversy.

PBS Documentary on Adventist Education Available for Previewing

The new film will air on PBS in early 2014.

'Go Into the Harvest' Wilson Tells Northern Asia Adventists

Sabbath sermon at International Missions Conference.

Andrews University: New Seminary Dean Installed

Jiří Moskala is welcomed to his new position at August 27 dedication.

This Week's Special Features

"Tell 'Em About the Dream"

Editorial: Bill Knott talks about the significance of Martin Luther King's speech and the commitment Adventists still need to make to its ideals.

Why Mission?

September 12 Cover Feature: Nancy Vyhmeister asks, "Does it still mean what it used to mean?"

Thinking the Unthinkable

Adventist Life: Arthur F. Blinci reminds us that human and natural disasters are realities of life.

Coming to Our Senses

Heart and Soul: Biblical Studies: Scott Moncrieff on a watershed paradigm shift.

Revelation Voyage

AR editor Bill Knott and Claude Richli lead a tour of historical and biblical landmarks in Turkey and Greece. Read their daily updates.


Editorial: Gerald Klingbeil takes a look at what it means to be committed--in all its forms.

Martin Doblmeier: Filmmaker

August 22 Cover Feature: Stephen Chavez reports on the award-winning filmmaker who has turned his camera lens on Adventists--again.


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