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.
A more than necessary topic, Digital Missions, gets discussed with Justin Khoe, ThatChristianVlogger. Justin speaks about the need for digital engagement within the Christian Church and the relevance of Adventism for this space. Justin offers his reflections, experiences, and testimonies about his ministry that helps people experience faith in the first person. Follow Justin Khoe --> http://bit.ly/2p7rWVF
Today's podcast is about our relationship with technology and knowing how to manage it well. Our guest, Daniel Escalante, addresses the topic of about apps, podcasting, and a bit of finance and stewardship when it comes to technology. Moreover, he shares some of his experiences and how to be intentional in the digital space.
Daniel Escalante --> @pstrdan77
DMing Truth and Tech --> https://apple.co/2xpH1G3
During today's podcast, we explore the ideas of technology, social media, and reshaping our understanding of it with web developer and tech enthusiast Ben Calderon. We hope you join the conversation with the #disruptiveadventism. Enjoy and rate our podcast!
Ben Calderon --> @benj.calderon
An introduction to our series on Technology and some pointers that can help us find a balance and a purpose in using the technological tools with a mindset of reaching others, improving ourselves, and spreading the message of the Kingdom.
During today's podcast, we focus on the relationship between Psychology and Christianity with Cognitive Science graduate Bryan Rivera. We explore why getting educated about this crucial topic can enhance our view of the Bible and open new possibilities as to the way we see God and ourselves.
Disruptive Adventism, @disruptiveadventism
Bryan Rivera, @cogbreezy
During today's podcast, we will dive into the topic of active listening to children. The focus is to understand the importance of children's voices and how to interact with them in a manner that makes them feel listened and encourages them to be productive members of society.
Guest: Ortencia Johnson
During today's podcast, we continue our series focused on mindfulness with an interview to Casey Vaughn and the importance of focusing on Mental Health and the care for our bodies. We explore how learning certain practices can help people be conscious of their needs to rest and spirituality.
Disruptive Adventism @disruptiveadventism
Casey Vaughn @mymetanoias
During today's podcast, a monologue, we will discuss the idea of mindfulness and how Adventism connects both the physical, spiritual and mental areas of life to decrease stress and improve the life experience. This is the first in a series of podcasts with the idea of educating ourselves on the mind. Hope you enjoy it!
During today's podcast, we discuss the importance of Animal Care and some practical ways of applying the concept of looking after all creation with avid runner and animal lover, Paul Anthony Turner.
Over the last couple of years, there have been trends in society in regards to Animal Rights, Health, and Exercise. In this short monologue podcast, we will explore the principles that connect Adventism to these trends and analyze the background under which we find ourselves in 2018.