September 18, 2015
Breaking Church News

Hospital Sued for Not Giving Adventist Nurse the Sabbath Off

The U.S. government takes a Minnesota hospital group to court.

Church Leaders Brainstorm on Sharing Jesus in North Korea

Also in brief: A first-time Sabbath presentation at Fuller, and Atlantic Union College reopens for classes.

Pacific Islanders Destroy Church and Tell Adventists to Leave

An Adventist Church leader asks for prayers for Anuta Island in the Solomon Islands.

Adventists, Grieving After Deadly Storm, Comfort Others in Dominica

At least one Adventist believer is among the more than 30 people killed in the Caribbean storm.

‘I’m Scared of Jesus’

A two-year outreach effort in Dublin wraps up with a plea for help at a Mark Finley meeting.

Adventist Community Center Warms Hearts in Dublin

Mark Finley officially opens the Cuisle Center near the Irish capital’s downtown area.

How a Street Kid Became a Pastor

Testimony: Born and raised in a crippling environment, it is nothing short of a miracle that I never repeated a grade at school.

Adventist Church Grows Amid Venezuela’s Challenges

The church opens three new missions to keep up with membership growth.

Fruits (and Vegetables) of the Spirit

Strong vision and hard work make Thatcher Farm a tool for training and witnessing in the U.S. state of Tennessee.

This Week's Special Features

Mission: The Church And You

Engage: Ron E. M. Clouzet believes that Witnessing is not something we do; it's something we are.

What I Expect, Redux

Editorial: Bill Knott writes on expectations Adventist parents have of the church's colleges and universities.

How The Great Controversy Changed My Life

Commentary: Prominent Adventists share their stories.

A Conspiracy in North America, Part 2

Commentary: José cortes Jr. offers five ways to become Jesus’ eyes, heart, hands, and feet in your community.

Shawn Boonstra: Lessons From Ashley Madison

News commentary: Imagine finding Christ's name in the Ashley Madison data dump.

Time and Eternity

Cliff's Edge: Eternity is more than lots of time, says Clifford Goldstein.

‚Äč“Who Paid My Ransom?”

Discover: David Caukill reminds us that slavery hasn't gone away.

Sligo Church

Based on the outskirts of Washington D.C., in Takoma Park, Maryland, the Sligo congregation has a vibrant community program and variety of ministries. Under the leadership of Pastor Charles Tapp, the congregation offers a vibrant worship service.

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 others' lives.

AR Video Report

For 166 years the Adventist Review has inspired believers to deepen their relationship with God. Today we’re more vigorous than ever. We’re growing, changing, adapting to the times. Watch this video and you’ll be inspired too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjJWKcQjjVQ

Visit Us on Facebook

Share your comments, recommendations, and suggestions. Respond to our articles and posts. 

Send the Kids You Love to KidsView

Go to our Web site to discover our latest edition! And don't forget to like us on Facebook!

Follow AR on Twitter

We'll send ongoing alerts and updates of special features and news stories to your PC or cell phone.