September 24, 2010
Breaking Church News

Walter R.L. Scragg, 84, Division President and Pastor, Dies

Headed Adventist World Radio, South Pacific and Northern European Divisions.

Atlantic Union College to Keep Regional Accreditation in 2011

Adventist-owned school to seek national accreditation, has backup plan.

Adventist Professor to Enter C.S. Lewis' World

Higgens will oversee "The Kilns" for two years.

Andrews Graduates 1st Blind Ph.D. Candidate

Ray McAllistar will work for Christian Record Services.

2010 Week of Prayer Edition

Each year the Seventh-day Adventist Church celebrates a week of spiritual emphasis. The theme for this year's Week of Prayer is "People of  Hope." In support of the Week of Prayer, the Adventist Review is giving unrestricted access for this special issue until December 1. We've provided all the readings for the week, including the children's stories. We trust that this material will be a blessing for you.

Message From the President

Encouragement from Ted N.C. Wilson, president of the world church.

A People Who Look Forward in Anticipation

What it means to wait for the Lord.

A People Who are Happy and at Peace

How Jesus transforms our personal lives and our life together.

A People Confident in the Promises of God

Being sure in uncertain times.

A People Empowered by the Holy Spirit

If not now, when?

A People Who are Holy and Blameless

We are called to reflect the likeness of Jesus.

A People Who Have Surrendered All to Jesus

How do we respond to God's many blessings?

A People Who Endure

Holding fast till He comes.

Accepted in the Beloved

A meditation on Ephesians 1: 1-6

Children of Hope

Special Week of Prayer readings for children.


Good News from It Is Written

A weekly half-hour telecast that communicates the gospel of Jesus Christ in nine languages and 130 countries. Based at the Adventist Media Center in Simi Valley, California, the program is hosted by Pastor Shawn Boonstra.

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