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Conversations with Adventist peacemakers.

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Ep. 57 – Adventist Abolitionists
Kevin Burton gives a presentation on early Adventists and abolitionism, centering his thoughts on the question, “Is preaching the gospel a political action?” Kevin Burton earned an MA in Religion from Andrews University, and he is currently pursuing a PhD in American Religious History at Florida State University. While working on his dissertation, Kevin […]
Jul 19, 2020
Ep. 56 – Racial Justice
Pastor Taurus Montgomery preaches on racial injustice, specifically addressing white Christians who want to be anti-racist activists. Taurus Montgomery is the pastor of Harbor of Hope, a congregation in Benton Harbor, MI, that is connected to Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews University. Taurus has traveled the world sharing his inspiring story […]
Jun 25, 2020
Ep. 55 – Ebola & Covid-19
Dr. Gillian Seton shares about her experience as a missionary surgeon when confronting Ebola and Covid-19. Gillian Seton, MD, is a graduate of the Loma Linda School of Medicine. She was serving as a surgeon at the Cooper Seventh-day Adventist Hospital in Monrovia, Liberia, when the Ebola outbreak hit in 2014, and she is […]
Apr 04, 2020
Ep. 54 – Civil Disobedience
Jeff Boyd begins the discussion of civil disobedience by considering Daniel 6 (Daniel & the Lions). He then makes connections with Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr, Ellen White, John Weidner, and Irene Morgan. Jeff Boyd works in the research office of Andrews University, and he is also an adjunct instructor in the Andrews School […]
Mar 12, 2020
Ep. 53 – Living in the Anthropocene: Why Nature Matters
Dr. Daniel Gonzalez-Socoloske discusses creation care, environmental stewardship, ecological conservation. The conversation was recorded in early January 2020 when Jeff was recovering from a bad cold. Daniel Gonzalez-Socoloske, PhD, is associate professor of biology at Andrews University. Daniel received his PhD in ecology from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. He specializes in mammal […]
Feb 13, 2020
Ep. 52 – Teaching Peace to Children
Charissa Boyd has taught peace to children in Asia and the US, in the classroom and at home, with teens and toddlers. In this conversation, Charissa shares some of the resources she uses to explore peace themes in the educational setting. Charissa Boyd has a BS in Social Work from Union College and an […]
Jan 24, 2020
Ep. 51 – Quarterly, Lesson 13, A Community of Servants
Nathan Brown, Lisa Diller, and Jeff Boyd discuss Lesson 13 of the SDA Quarterly—A Community of Servants (Sept 21–27, 2019). This episode concludes our 13-part series following the Adventist Quarterly (July–September). We would like to thank ADRA, Signs Publishing, and Adventist Record magazine for supporting this quarter’s lesson study and for promoting this podcast. […]
Sep 24, 2019
Ep. 50 – Quarterly, Lesson 12, To Love Mercy
Patty Prasada-Rao, Nathan Brown, Lisa Diller, and Jeff Boyd discuss Lesson 12 of the SDA Quarterly—To Love Mercy (Sept 14–20, 2019). Patty Prasada-Rao was born to Indian parents in the U.S. with an extended family network, which instilled in her a strong value for community and what it means to belong together. She has […]
Sep 17, 2019
Ep. 49 – Quarterly, Lesson 11, Living the Advent Hope
Chris Blake, Nathan Brown, Lisa Diller, and Jeff Boyd discuss Lesson 11 of the SDA Quarterly—Living the Advent Hope (Sept 7–13, 2019). Chris Blake is currently lead pastor for the San Luis Obispo and Morro Bay Seventh-day Adventist Churches. He is also Professor Emeritus of English and Communication at Union College, previous chair of the […]
Sep 11, 2019
Ep. 48 – Quarterly, Lesson 10, Living the Gospel
Claudia Allen, Nathan Brown, Lisa Diller, and Jeff Boyd discuss Lesson 10 of the SDA Quarterly—Living the Gospel (Aug 31–Sept 6, 2019). Claudia M. Allen is a doctoral student in the English Department at the University of Maryland and the Content Manager at Message Magazine. She is a speaker, a writer, and an activator for […]
Sep 03, 2019
Ep. 34 – Kevin Burton & Military-Related Service
Kevin Burton describes a recent conference on military service that was hosted by the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. He highlights a new book on the topic—Adventists and Military Service: Biblical, Historical, and Ethical Perspectives (Frank Hasel, Barna Magyarosi and Stefan Höschele, eds.). Kevin Burton earned an M.A. in Religion from Andrews University, and […]
Apr 17, 2019
Ep. 33 – Terry Dodge: Documentary Film about Sam Campbell
Terry Dodge describes the documentary he is filming about Sam Campbell. He also shares about the two Sam Campbell films he has already completed. Terry Dodge Jr works in Information Technology Services at Andrews University. He also runs the film company, TLD Productions, which does event filming and special projects. He has directed and […]
Apr 09, 2019
Ep. 32 – Daniel Xisto: Freedom Ride (Sermon)
Pastor Daniel Xisto returns with another moving sermon, this time making a connection between the book of Revelation and the Freedom Riders of the US Civil Rights movement. Daniel Xisto is the pastor of Church Operations & Community Engagement at the Tacoma Park Seventh-day Adventist Church in Maryland. You may remember Daniel Xisto from: Episode 11, when […]
Mar 20, 2019
Ep. 31 – Olive Hemmings: Prophetic Promise of Sabbath
Dr. Olive Hemmings preaches on Sabbath and justice at the Emmanuel Brinklow Seventh-day Adventist Church (Sept 2018). The sermon’s title is “The Prophetic Promise of Sabbath.” Since 1983, Dr. Hemmings has been teaching in Adventist Higher education, preparing students for gospel ministry. She is an ordained minister in the Columbia Union, and she pursues […]
Feb 21, 2019
Ep. 30 – Claudia Allen & Social Justice Training
Claudia Allen describes a multi-day social justice training that she will be leading. Along the way she drops a surprise announcement about a project of interest to the peacemaking community. Claudia Marion Allen is an activator. A writer, speaker, and teacher for Justice, Claudia is passionate about activating the activist in all of us. […]
Dec 23, 2018
Ep. 29 – Daniel Xisto Preaches about Isaiah 58
Pastor Daniel Xisto gives a sermon on fasting as described in Isaiah 58. He combines important theological insights with practical ways to live out the teaching. Daniel Xisto is the pastor of Church Operations & Community Engagement at the Tacoma Park Seventh-day Adventist Church in Maryland. There is an audio problem in the first […]
Nov 24, 2018
Ep. 28 – ADRA Connections Mission Trips
Adam Wamack describes this summer’s ADRA Connections trip to Brazil and the bigger picture of how other groups can get involved in projects through short-term mission trips. This is the third and final installment in our September series on the theme: What did you do this summer? To easily catch each episode in the […]
Oct 03, 2018
Ep. 27 – Michelle Sawwan (Peace Studies) Michelle Sawwan spent the summer researching peace and health care concerns in Lebanon as part of her doctoral studies in Peace and Sociology at the University of Notre Dame. In this episode she shares about her research, her program, and her spiritual journey in peace themes, focusing on her time at the Charlottesville Seventh-day […]
Sep 18, 2018
Ep. 26 – Academic Summer Camps (Southern Adv University) Kristie Wilder and Lucas Patterson describe summer camps that Southern Adventist University offers high school students. The two main camps we discuss are Women and Minorities in Civic Engagement and Social Work and Missions. If you know a young person who could benefit from this summer program, please share this episode with them. This is […]
Sep 06, 2018
Ep. 25 – Intimate Partner Violence René Drumm and Melissa Ponce Rodas share about their research on domestic abuse, or intimate partner violence, within Adventism. Additionally, they highlight denominational efforts to end such violence. René Drumm serves as the Associate Dean for the College of Health and as a professor of Social Work at the University of Southern Mississippi. Dr. […]
Aug 21, 2018