September 16, 2013
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Adventist Community Services provides you with opportunities to serve communities in Christ’s name. ACS volunteers provide support and assistance in disaster relief ministries, in elder care, crisis care, community development (inner city/urban), tutoring and mentoring, and ACS promotes youth engagement with Youth Empowered to Serve. Your financial gifts to the Adventist Community Services Offering, December 7, make it possible for ACS to continue impacting and transforming communities -- one life at a time.

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Peru: Evangelical Leaders Commit to Fight Corruption

A survey of Peruvians revealed that 91 percent do not respect the law.

Baptists Say No to Gay Weddings for Military Chaplains

New guidelines were issued after the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."

Study: Black Church Plants Grow

The study found that worship style affects attendance. 

Christianity Today's Books & Culture Survives the Chopping Block

Annual operating costs range between $550,000 and $570,000.

This Week's Special Features

Thinking the Unthinkable

Adventist Life: Human and natural disasters are realities of life, says Arthur F. Blinci.

He Guaranteed It

Introducing the Why: There's no need for Christians to be bullied by sin, says Jimmy Phillips.

"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?"

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.

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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