We kick off a new series on Reconciliation and we debrief the different topics that we are going over. We hope you enjoy it and tune in for the future episodes part of this amazing series.
A very refreshing podcast with Michael Nixon where we discuss the necessary measures to have civil discourse in the church and in society. Moreover, he shares why it is important to be engaged in the arena of discussion while at the same time being respectful to others and to their beliefs.
Michael Nixon --> @michaeltnixon
It is part 2 of our military interviews. Jacques shares with us how is it to have become a conscientious objector and some of the transformations that he went through around the time that he served in the military.
As a continuation of our law and order series, we speak with two veterans. This is the first interview where we get details about life in the military. Listen up and make sure to always consider God when making decisions to join.
A very important day for many Americans is tomorrow, November 6th. We are going to the ballots. Thus, we hash out with Philip Duclos some of the important matters of voting and how to enact change in your local community.
An introduction to our series on Law and Order. Special release because of time. We hope you enjoy it and welcome one of our co-hosts, Macy McVay.
We break down why design is important and how as Adventists we can contribute to our churches on the matter of design and relatability with all people. Mark and Ivan emphasize that design needs to have a purpose, be aligned with the mission, and create a new conversation in order to be effective and powerful in today's world.
Follow --> @typesandsymbols
Our last podcast on our series on empowerment. We hope you have enjoyed it and listen to what Jharony Fernandez-Gibbs shares with us about community empowerment and how to do it more effectively. She invites everyone to always know that they are valuable and to be active in one's community.
Follow --> @jharony
We dedicate our podcast today to the topic of Youth Mentoring. We are excited about this topic and hope that it helps you think about how to do effective mentoring that transforms your community and youth's lives.
Timothy Oliver --> @timmyoliver_
We sit down with one of the founders of Mission Drive Purpose, Kojo Twumasi, to speak about the importance of empowerment especially when it comes to the self and how to make sure we stay on top of things. Hoping you are empowered by it and it helps you understand yourself and others better.
We start our series on empowerment where we will discuss important topics like self-empowerment, community empowerment, and mentoring. We hope that you enjoy it and make sure to welcome our co-host Katelyn Campbell. Give us some feedback and don't forget to "be disruptive."
A time of reflection, reaction, and first-hand opinions on the matters that transpired this weekend at Annual Council. Macy McVay, a new guest, and Judit Manchay, a returning guest, come to explain and process through what they have witnessed and conversations engaged this past weekend.
Judit Manchay --> @judit_manchay
Macy McVay --> @macymcvay
A short podcast where we learn who is a delegate, how long they serve, and some reflections from North American Division President, Dan Jackson, ahead of the vote today.
During this installment, we discuss the vote that the Annual Council delegates will be making during the 2018 event. Dr. Nicholas Miller, Professor at Andrews University and Lawyer at Lake Union Conference, expounds on the different votes that will mark some of the future of pastors, power, and policy.
During today's episode, we take the time to review some part of the background that leads to the Annual council discussion taking place this week. We have a conversation with David Hamstra about the story, developments, and how to approach these important meetings with a spirit of unity and truth.
Our last podcast on our series of culture. We discuss the ideas of worship, music, and their intersection with culture. We hope you enjoy it and join the conversation.
Felipe Mendes --> @felipianvoyage
This podcast focuses on the idea of decision making and how to approach decisions as an Adventist. Is it by looking at prayer, the Bible, or by asking for signs? Medgine, our guest for today, weighs in on the matter and presents a way into how to be a better decision maker.
Our time today is well spent with Thomas Rasmussen. He explains the importance of contextualization and how we can get better at loving one another and accepting our differences. We hope you enjoy it!
IG --> @trasmussen.dk
During today's podcast, we interview Katelyn Campbell, co-founder of A'Campbell Consultants, on the matter of gaming and the gospel. She shares interactions, projects, and how the power of the debrief can be used for the gospel.
A'Campbell Consultants --> @ACampbellConsu1
Our last monologue podcast introducing a series on Culture and Adventist interaction with it. We explore the idea of culture and understanding ourselves in different environments. Also, we grapple with the concept of understanding the interaction of multiculturality and retaining those practices that are good.