September 7, 2015
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Southern Baptists to Cut 800 Missionaries

Budget shortfalls total $21 million this year.

Mormon Church Sticks With Boy Scouts

More than a third of troops are sponsored by LDS.

New Study Focuses on Stress and Ministry

One percent of pastors leave the pulpit each year.

Museum of the Bible Allies With Israeli Antiquities Agency

Construction on the $400 million museum began this year.

This Week's Special Features

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.

 The Mask

Journeys With Jesus: Jill Morikone asks, "How does Jesus look at you?"

“Speak, for Your Servant Is Listening”

Discover: How does service engender faith? Ask Andrea Nagy.

A Time to Marginalize

Editorial: The body of Christ must defend itself when it's under attack, says Bill Knott.


Pioneer Memorial Church

Located on the Andrews University campus in Berrien Springs, Michigan, the Pioneer Memorial Church is led by the pulpit ministry of Pastor Dwight Nelson, who has established a dynamic television and Internet ministry.

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