September 9, 2015
Breaking Church News

Vietnam: Adventist Young People Receive Government Praise

One Year in Mission volunteers make a significant impact on the Communist country’s biggest city.

ADRA Cares for Refugees in Europe’s Migrant Crisis

The Adventist agency opens an asylum information center and feeds scores of refugees in Serbia.

New Adventist Group Established in Middle East

The Fujairah Company holds its inaugural worship services at a hotel in the United Arab Emirates.

Puerto Rico: New School Offers Hope to Graying Church

Enrollment is skyrocketing at the only Adventist school on Vieques island.

Anonymous Donors Pay Off Debt of Oregon Conference Schools

Enrollment is surging at the conference’s 31 schools as the donors also sponsor dozens of students.

Adventist Church Urges Compassion Amid Europe’s Migrant Crisis

It sees a solution in Jesus’ words, “I was a stranger and you invited me in.”

September 2015 Adventist Review

A Unique Guide to Adventist Colleges and Universities

Discover: Compiled by Wilona Karimabadi, here's is a collection of vital stats and fun facts about all the Adventist colleges and universities in North America.

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.

Jesus Outside Scripture

The Life of Faith: The argument that Jesus of Nazareth never existed has almost no support today, says Andy Nash.

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This Week's Special Features

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.

 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.

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.

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