September 16, 2011
Why the Andrews Study Bible?

The Andrews Study Bible is the only full-feature, formal study Bible ever produced by an Adventist publishing house. As a study Bible, it includes more than 12,000 original study notes, clearly separated from the Bible text, to help the reader better and more fully understand the meaning of God’s word. It is an indispensable tool for serious Bible study. To order, call Adventist Book Center (800-765-6955), Andrews University Press (800-467-6369) or visit www.AndrewsStudyBible.com.

Breaking Church News

Oakwood Taps Three Veteran Educators for Administrative Posts

Retired GC education director, two others named.

Message Magazine to Have National Newsstand Presence

Adventist outreach magazine coming soon to Barnes and Noble, Gander Mountain.

Adventist Health Study 2 Awarded $5.5 Million

The grant will fund the study's ongoing research.

This Week's Special Features

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.

The Other Face of Adventism

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

Silent Service

Searching the Obvious: Is it really true that actions speak louder than words? Ask Dixil Rodríguez.

The Best and Brightest

Editorial: Kimberly Luste-Maran shares her perspective on true education.

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

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

Ten Years After the Sky Fell

Cover Feature: Shawn Boonstra reflects on the lasting impact of 9/11.

He Leads the Praise

Biblical Studies: Does the Old Testament offer lessons on praising God in dire circumstances? Lael Caesar explains.

 

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