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Disruptive Adventism is about interrupting the interruptions of life. With principles, conversations, and lessons to live a better life. We are focusing on bringing different thoughts to life and disrupting the fabric of Adventism. Contact us atdisruptiveadventism@gmail.com and support us on patreon.com/disruptiveadventism
 
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145 - The Bible and LGBTQ Adventists with Alicia Johnston. The topic is heavy, the conversation is light. We speak with Alicia Johnston about her upcoming book and how we can navigate the reality of LGBTQ and Adventism. Today's links: Alicia Johnston Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Today we talk with David Marshall, a dumbphone user, a father, and host of the atrocious pod, saved by the Belial. https://www.atrociouspod.com/ my substack: https://tokutheologian.substack.com alan jacobs rules on social media: https://www.theamericanconservative.com/jacobs/im-thinking-it-over/ i used to be a human being by andrew sullivan: https:…
 
Today's episode goes over my story. My name is Jose Briones and I am a dumbphone user. I decided to share a bit about my story and we'll go over other things in the future when it comes to dumbphones and more. If you want to participate, please email me at thedumbphoneshow@gmail.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Another conversation from The LEAD podcast, this time with Carlton P. Byrd, speaker for Breath of Life Ministries. He shares with us his expertise about the past, the present, and the future of the church. Hope you enjoy listening to him and his ideas Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
What is social entrepreneurship? How can businesses be ethical? Today, on Disruptive Adventism, we take the time to answer those questions in a conversation with Michelle Doucoumes, a professor at Southern Adventist University. She shares with us her desire to see businesses flourish and be impactful changers in this world. ------------------------…
 
We had the great opportunity to sit down with Alissa Williams from Spectrum Magazine. We talked about the history, the ideas, and the mission of Spectrum Magazine. We enjoyed our time conversing with her and getting a better picture of what it means to love the church and also challenge it. -------------------------------- Patreon: patreon.com/disr…
 
The author of the Sabbath School quarterly, Mark Finley, joins us to discuss how evangelism has changed in the last couple of years and how to make sure that we can get to people and help them in their needs. We talk about evangelism and our needs to create diverse methods for assisting and seeking God with others. This podcast first appeared on th…
 
Today we go over the importance of parenting and who can parent. We make sure to explore different areas of culture, the bible, and other influences in parenting styles. We are back to our old format for a couple of weeks and then we will be back with more storytelling! Enjoy today's episode with our guest Richard Piñero. --------------------------…
 
Today we get a guest hosted episode from Wes Via again! He allows us to go through the story of Jonathan Russell, who is now a communication director at the Oregon Conference. He speaks about his hesitancy of going to a church, the lessons he learned, and how to regain trust between the local church and the people in administration. Learn more abou…
 
Over the last couple of years, the United States has been amplifying its divide over social disparities. In 2020, those causes have become central to the shared imagination of people, amplified of course by the sudden task of staying at home. During the last couple of weeks, the Supreme Court has decided on matters of social importance and delivere…
 
Today on the podcast we talk about Mission Trips in developed countries. Jonathan Walter, communication associate at the ministerial association, helps us navigate through his experience in Iceland and what he discovered through the power of Jesus in this new field of mission. -------------------------------- Patreon: patreon.com/disruptiveadventis…
 
In this episode, our guest host Wes Via explores with Tara Vang the reality of Hmong people and refugees in the United States. During these times of uncertainty, realizing one's humanity and connection all around is the best way to connect and create bridges between different people groups around the world. Make sure to do your part and contribute …
 
For our COVID19 US Edition, we have Dr. Nicholas Miller who is sharing with us tidbits from the past, how to act in the present, and be prepared for the future. -------------------------------- Thanks to Thomas Rassmussen for tape syncing this interview. We are indebted to you :) Follow: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmVx7jpvAe_l5xDXILvZwOg ----…
 
The church is armed with mid-century tactics for evangelism and growth the church has mostly resisted the changing technological revolution that has taken place in the world. Choosing to hold on to yesterday's methods and not embracing the internet revolution and falling behind in understanding how community and communication work in the 21st centu…
 
COVID19 has hit every industry. How is the church holding up? We take some time to understand the overseas situation in the UK as it has direct implications for other parts of the world. We talk with Luke Whyte, a volunteer church planter, and Vili Costescu, a pastor on Furlough. We expand on the situation and some of the conundrums and challenges,…
 
A New World Order!! Yes. A lot of Adventists during this health crisis have come with the crazy idea of a New World Order as a result of the issues we are presently struggling with. Here is a podcast with Tiago Arrais about the forgotten New World Order that we should be practicing every day! _________________________________ Sponsors: AdvenTV: htt…
 
When I was in high school, I participated in a play about colonization at my school. I was portraying an indigenous person at the time and wore some of the sacred items from that specific group of the population in my country. I even had to wear makeup in order to resemble more closely the features of that indigenous group. Today, I see that episod…
 
On today's podcast, we speak about racism and the effects that it has on people. Daniel Xisto, a pastor for Potomac Conference, shares with us his journey of recovery, change, and advocacy. We talk about language, reactions to racism, and is the church racist? Make sure to listen and always fight for others! ________________________________________…
 
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