September 15, 2014
Breaking Church News

Dunkin Donuts Franchisee Charged With Sabbath Discrimination

A U.S. government watchdog says the franchisee revoked a job offer to an Adventist who refused to work on Sabbath.

LLU #1 in Producing Graduates Who Find Meaning in Work

LLU tops Ivy League schools in survey of 1.4 million alumni.

London Adventists Comfort Neighbors After Beheading

The Edmonton church acts after a brutal attack on an elderly woman in her garden.

An Atheist Speaks of Angels at Adventist Hospital

A prominent Colorado man pays tribute to the care that Porter Adventist Hospital gave to his dying wife.

My Tahiti Trip Finds a New Challenge in Sharing Jesus

But the Holy Spirit still draws an increasingly urbanized people to evangelistic series.

4 Pans of Lasagna Feed 100 People

A miscommunication leads to a crisis and then a miracle at a South Dakota church.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Pastor's Housing Allowance Weighed by Appeals Court

Oral arguments were heard on September 9.

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship Banned on 23 Campuses

The student group has been active since 1947.

Report: Southern US Pays Top Pastoral Salaries

More than 700 churches participated in the survey.

Federal Judge Rules for Traditional Marriage

Louisiana's ban on same-sex marriage was upheld.

This Week's Special Features

First Points From Genesis

September 11 Cover Feature: Sin altered, but did not ruin, God's perfect creation. Lael Caesar explores this topic.

St. George and the Dragon

Editorial: Bill Knott reminds us that this is the time for all believers to get stronger.

Ready to Be Real

Feature: Divorce is real. Why can't we discuss it? Ron Matthews gets us ready to talk.

Are We Listening?

Editorial: Does good counsel go in one ear and out the other? Sandra Blackmer takes a look.

"In This World You Will Have Trouble"

The Life of Faith: Andy Nash reminds us that no one ever said life would be easy.

Silent Victims

August 28 Cover Feature: Celeste Ryan Blyden looks at what happens to children when their parents are incarcerated.

The Adventist Church and the Hobby Lobby Decision

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Why did the church choose to weigh in on the Hobby Lobby case? Todd McFarland, General Conference associate general counsel, shares his perspective.

Messages From Bermuda

With more than 3,800 members and 11 churches, the Bermuda Conference of Seventh-day Adventists is spreading the good news of the gospel throughout that island nation. The conference also operates an elementary school and day academy. Under the leadership of President Jeffrey B. Brown, the conference has recently started an Internet ministry that features selected messages delivered at conference churches.

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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