September 20, 2013
Breaking Church News

3 Dead, 13 Injured in Florida Auto Accident

The crash occurred en route to Tampa meeting.

PBS Documentary on Adventist Education Available for Previewing

The new film will air on PBS in early 2014.

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.

This Week's Special Features

Habits of the Heart

September 19, 2013 Cover: Bill Knott's thoughtful look at three stages of a joyful journey.

No One Close: The Finest Adventist Author 

The Life of Faith: Did Ellen White have a special line to God? Ask Andy Nash.


Editorial: "Reason and relevance are equally about wonder," says Lael Caesar.

He Guaranteed It

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

Thinking the Unthinkable

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

"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 led a tour of historical and biblical landmarks in Turkey and Greece. Read their daily updates.


More Features

Classical 90.5 WSMC

Serving a fine arts radio audience, Classical 90.5 WSMC is operated by Southern Adventist University in Collegedale, Tennessee. The station offers classical and sacred music along with National Public Radio programs.

Let's Pray

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AR Video Report

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