September 9, 2013
Don't Miss the Festival of the Laity Online

Get equipped for effective ministry with no registration, travel, or hotel expenses! The North American Division Adult Ministries Department is offering FREE online training for Sabbath school, personal ministries, and prison ministries leaders through the Virtual Festival of the Laity, September 11-14. Attend from the comfort of your home, church, or office--all you need is a computer with Internet access. All church leaders can benefit from these live broadcasts. Visit to sign up.

World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Bolivia: New Law Aims to Control Churches

Evangelicals say the law imposes beliefs.

Physicians Blame Myanmar Government for Religious Strife

More than 240 have died in the violence.

Study: Religion Can Lead to Anti-wealth Norms

Nearly 190,000 people took part in the study.

Mass. Supreme Court Hears Challenge to Pledge of Allegiance

An anonymous atheist couple brought the lawsuit.

This Week's Special Features

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.


Editorial: Gerald Klingbeil takes a look at what it means to be committed--in all its forms.

Coming to Our Senses

Heart and Soul: Biblical Studies: Scott Moncrieff on a watershed paradigm shift.

"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.

Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" Speech (Video)

Web Exclusive: Relive the words that are still making waves 50 years later.

The Telemachus Testimony

Transformation Tips: Delbert W. Baker reminds us that our silence helps no one.

Martin Doblmeier: Filmmaker

August 22 Cover Feature: Stephen Chavez reports on the award-winning filmmaker who has turned his camera lens on Adventists--again.

What if God Made Movies?

August 14 Cover Feature: "The raw ability to create a visual story comes from God," says Lynelle Ellis.


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