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A simultaneous podcast/video series, Echo brings together different viewpoints but finds common ground on difficult topics. This series features Ryan Becker as host.
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Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. There is a pervasive argument amongst the members in the Christian community over "Grace or Discipline." Join Ryan and his two guests as they explore their perspectives and personal experiences with this topic.  Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Andrew Korp is a Senior Theology Major at Southern Adventist University. He enjoys the outdoors and capturing it all through photography. He loves spending time with his wonderful family and friends. His personal mission in life is sharing the gospel of Jesus to others and telling them how He has changed him from the inside out.  Rachel Beaver is a recent graduate of public relations from Southern Adventist University. She is also her local church communication leader, and one of the leaders of their pathfinder clubs. Rachel love to have fun but most of all she loves to connect with people.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. When you graduate academy, high-school or college and move away from your group of friends, many young adults don't know where all the other young adults are. So how do you find them? Join Ryan and his guests as they discuss their own journeys of finding their people.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Jon Daniel is currently a graduate student at Southern Adventist University, pursuing a master's degree in clinical mental health and counseling. Previously he spent 6 years doing youth ministry. Jon and his wife, Kim, live in Ooltewah TN and enjoy hiking trails, exploring coffee shops and other stereotypical millennial activities. Ethan Wu is a Junior at Southern Advenist University studying computer science. Wu is also a part of the Engage Ministry program with SAU’s recruiting team. In his spare time, he really enjoys listening to and getting lost in music. www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. One of the most challenging things to do, is to set boundaries in your life. Some people are fantastic at this and others have some work to do. In today's episode, Ryan and his guests explore their own journeys with boundaries in their lives. Let's listen!Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Nena Madrigal is from Chattanooga, TN and a student at Southern Adventist University. She loves spicy food, hiking, music, people and service. After graduating, she hopes to work in the mission field.Jacob Fisher is a senior digital broadcast Major at Southern from Calhoun GA. He loves video games, swimming, and anything Star Wars. Fisher wants to spread people’s stories and make people laugh!www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. "What is my purpose?" This question runs through every young adult's mind. For some, they have known their whole life and for others as they are heading off to college, they are still asking that question. In this episode, Ryan and his guests explore this question but not just from a sitting back and waiting to find it but actually pursuing it.   Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Jon Daniel is currently a graduate student at Southern Adventist University, pursuing a master's degree in clinical mental health and counseling. Previously he spent 6 years doing youth ministry. Jon and his wife, Kim, live in Ooltewah TN and enjoy hiking trails, exploring coffee shops and other stereotypical millennial activities. Kevin Christenson is originally from Kettering, Ohio, where Kevin attended Spring Valley Academy and graduated Southern Adventist University with Bachelor’s degrees in International Business. During his time at SAU, he created the comedy sketch show Studio 4109: LIVE and starred as “Ashpenaz” in the 2014 Oshkosh Camporee: Daniel (and its documentary film) After interning for several years with Kettering Health Network in marketing and communications, he went into the booming Atlanta film industry. Kevin worked on major film and TV sets alongside A-list actors, musicians, directors, and producers; learning the industry’s best practices to help the church produce better storytelling. After having conversations about faith on set, he realized both worlds had a lot to gain from each other. www.thescratchnews.comwww.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. The words "joy" and "happiness" sometimes get used interchangeably when they have two different meanings. In this episode, Ryan and his guest dive head first into defining these terms and sharing their personal perspectives on how these terms have affected their own lives.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Nena Madrigal is from Chattanooga, TN and a student at Southern Adventist University. She loves spicy food, hiking, music, people and service. After graduating, she hopes to work in the mission field.Jacob Fisher is a senior digital broadcast Major at Southern from Calhoun GA. He loves video games, swimming, and anything Star Wars. Fisher wants to spread people’s stories and make people laugh!www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. One of the biggest problems we face in our society today is that of selfishness. It is so easy to be consumed by "my needs," "my wants," "my..." In today's episode, Ryan explores with his guests the topic of, "How to be more selfless and caring." Join them as they share their perspectives and personal stories.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Natibel Fortunato is currently studying Social Work at Southern. Driven by a passion to serve others, make systemic improvements for those in need, and follow God’s calling on her life, she loves serving those around her, discovering new places and things to try, and meeting as many dogs as possible.John Moldova is a sophomore theology major at Southern Adventist University. He really enjoys music (playing guitar) and loves reading books. Moldova is also an intrical part of the Engage Ministry program with SAU’s recruiting team. www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. It's so easy to pick-a-part things that might be wrong with the church. In a society that breeds pessimism, how can we find the positive or beauty in the mess caused by humans. Join Ryan and his two guests as they share their personal stories and journeys and their perspectives on finding the beauty in the Seventh-day Adventist church. Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Kaleb Eisele is a content creator living with his wife and two cats in Portland, Oregon. As the editor and founder of social media projects like Humans of Adventism and Oregon Adventist Stories, Kaleb’s work focuses on the life experiences of Seventh-day Adventists. Kaleb holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English from the College of Charleston, where he focused on emerging literary trends, and currently serves as the VP for Recruitment & Development for the Society of Adventist Communicators.www.adventisthumans.comHenry Johnson is the director of Young Adult Ministries at the Carolina Conference. In 2019, he teamed up with Ryan Becker to cohost a brand-new podcast series called “A Beautiful Faith,” which launched in early 2020. Johnson ienjoys reading, historical reenacting, music, and unique tie knots. His number one passion, though, is seeing the Gospel message click in youth and young adults. www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. The subject of a "Prayer Life" can be a touchy one. Some may feel subjected to judgment if their's is compared to yours. For some, they may desire a deeper better prayer life while other's think theirs is sufficient. Join Ryan and his guests as the dive head first into their perspectives and personal experiences with their own Prayer Life Journey. Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Marty Miller is a lifelong disciple of Christ, the loving husband of his first wife, the proud father of two adult children, and has most recently become an exuberant grandfather! Marty’s career path has been primarily in the field of education having served in both public and private sectors from California to Tennessee. He has held positions that include elementary school principal, multi-grade teacher, middle school science teacher, high school science teacher, nature center director, outdoor school director, educational consultant, university education professor, student teacher supervisor, and outdoor leadership program director. He is a well-recognized outdoor professional with skills and certifications that include WMI/NOLS Wilderness First Responder, ACA Swift Water Rescue, and AIARE Avalanche Safety. Marty is gifted at discovering and sharing spiritual lessons from nature, God’s second book, as modeled by Jesus Christ, the master educator. Now, after nearly 30 years in education, Marty has transitioned into full-time ministry by creating Blueprint for Men, a non-profit men’s ministry devoted to helping men discover and live out their God-given design in a secular world. Through outdoor retreats, small group support, leadership training, and curriculum development, Marty is helping men to step up and become the men God intended them to be, better husbands, better fathers, and better disciples of Christ! Blueprint for MenAustin Bates is a sophomore theology major at Southern Adventist University. He has a passion for music ministry in the Adventist church and is chasing God’s call to be a youth pastor in an urban setting. As the student director for Engage Ministries, Austin is constantly seeking out new opportunities to expand his ministerial reach.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. Have you ever had a mentor or do you have one right now? Why should you have a mentor? Mentoring can be one of the best relationships you can have in your life. Listen to Ryan and his guests share their personal experiences both from the mentor and mentee side of the relationship. Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:BENJAMIN LUNDQUIST is the Young Adult Ministries Director for the Oregon Conference and also serves as the Young Adult Ministries Coordinator for the North American Division. Benjamin has an M.A. in Youth and Young Adult Ministry from Andrews University. He has spearheaded a variety of innovative young adult ministry projects and mentoring models. He is passionate about inspiring young adults to become growing followers of Jesus and leaders for His cause. Ben and his wife Kim spend much of the year investing in the lives of the the next generation through camps, retreats, speaking appointments, and simply sharing their life with others.Check our Rise and Lead Podcast that Ben hosts. Natalie Boonstra is a junior public relations major at Southern Adventist University. She’s the co-host and producer of Flourish by AWL a podcast for Adventist Women Leaders. And she has a passion for using media to connect people with Christ, and build His church. She is also Ryan Becker’s hero.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. So often we think no one can relate to us because we think we are the only one who has gone through an experience. But that's just not the case. Join Ryan and his guests as they share their personal experience "Growing-up Adventist" with three different backgrounds.  Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Jon Daniel is currently a graduate student at Southern Adventist University, pursuing a master's degree in clinical mental health and counseling. Previously he spent 6 years doing youth ministry. Jon and his wife, Kim, live in Ooltewah TN and enjoy hiking trails, exploring coffee shops and other stereotypical millennial activities. Ethan Wu is a Junior at Southern Advenist University studying computer science. Wu is also a part of the Engage Ministry program with SAU’s recruiting team. In his spare time, he really enjoys listening to and getting lost in music. www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. How do we disagree? In today's culture and society, it seems like we are constantly in a disagreement with anyone that has a different perspective than we do. We see this in the political world, religious world and even in the line at the grocery store. Ok, maybe not the grocery store... You get the point though. So how can we disagree with someone without shutting them down or writing them off? Join Ryan and his guests as they navigate their own perspectives on this topic.  Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Kaleb Eisele is a content creator living with his wife and two cats in Portland, Oregon. As the editor and founder of social media projects like Humans of Adventism and Oregon Adventist Stories, Kaleb’s work focuses on the life experiences of Seventh-day Adventists. Kaleb holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English from the College of Charleston, where he focused on emerging literary trends, and currently serves as the VP for Recruitment & Development for the Society of Adventist Communicators.www.adventisthumans.comHenry Johnson is the director of Young Adult Ministries at the Carolina Conference. In 2019, he teamed up with Ryan Becker to cohost a brand-new podcast series called “A Beautiful Faith,” which launched in early 2020. Johnson ienjoys reading, historical reenacting, music, and unique tie knots. His number one passion, though, is seeing the Gospel message click in youth and young adults. www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. When all is said and done, and we leave the bubble of Adventism after school, how do we live our faith in the real world? This is a concept and questions that all new graduates face every year. Join Ryan and his guests as they navigate the narratives of their own stories and perspectives on how they have experienced living their faith in the real world.  Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Jon Daniel is currently a graduate student at Southern Adventist University, pursuing a master's degree in clinical mental health and counseling. Previously he spent 6 years doing youth ministry. Jon and his wife, Kim, live in Ooltewah TN and enjoy hiking trails, exploring coffee shops and other stereotypical millennial activities. Kevin Christenson is originally from Kettering, Ohio, where Kevin attended Spring Valley Academy and graduated Southern Adventist University with Bachelor’s degrees in International Business. During his time at SAU, he created the comedy sketch show Studio 4109: LIVE and starred as “Ashpenaz” in the 2014 Oshkosh Camporee: Daniel (and its documentary film) After interning for several years with Kettering Health Network in marketing and communications, he went into the booming Atlanta film industry. Kevin worked on major film and TV sets alongside A-list actors, musicians, directors, and producers; learning the industry’s best practices to help the church produce better storytelling. After having conversations about faith on set, he realized both worlds had a lot to gain from each other. www.thescratchnews.comwww.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. "How do I love my enemy?" This is a big question that could be revisited in a number of episodes. So who is your enemy? Is it your co-worker, sibling, next door neighbor or someone on social media? In today's society it could even be anyone that disagrees with you. Join Ryan and his guests as they explore their own personal experiences and perspectives. Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:BENJAMIN LUNDQUIST is the Young Adult Ministries Director for the Oregon Conference and also serves as the Young Adult Ministries Coordinator for the North American Division. Benjamin has an M.A. in Youth and Young Adult Ministry from Andrews University. He has spearheaded a variety of innovative young adult ministry projects and mentoring models. He is passionate about inspiring young adults to become growing followers of Jesus and leaders for His cause. Ben and his wife Kim spend much of the year investing in the lives of the the next generation through camps, retreats, speaking appointments, and simply sharing their life with others.Check our Rise and Lead Podcast that Ben hosts. Natalie Boonstra is a junior public relations major at Southern Adventist University. She’s the co-host and producer of Flourish by AWL a podcast for Adventist Women Leaders. And she has a passion for using media to connect people with Christ, and build His church. She is also Ryan Becker’s hero.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. "How do we know God's answer to a prayer," is one of the most asked questions of any Christian. We often want the answer to be the way we are leaning and if we don't get that answer we think He hasn't answered it. Join Ryan and his guests, this week, as they explore their personal experiences and perspectives on how they have known that God heard them pray. Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Natibel Fortunato is currently studying Social Work at Southern. Driven by a passion to serve others, make systemic improvements for those in need, and follow God’s calling on her life, she loves serving those around her, discovering new places and things to try, and meeting as many dogs as possible.John Moldova is a sophomore theology major at Southern Adventist University. He really enjoys music (playing guitar) and loves reading books. Moldova is also an intrical part of the Engage Ministry program with SAU’s recruiting team. www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. According to Webster's dictionary, Identity is: "the fact of being who or what a person or thing is." So taking that definition then it is "being who we are in Christ," or "what I am in Christ." The question often is "how do I find my identity in Christ," however Ryan and his guest reword this question to "how do I put my identity in Christ?" Join Ryan and his two guests as they explore their journeys of putting their identity in Christ as Christians. Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Kaleb Eisele is a content creator living with his wife and two cats in Portland, Oregon. As the editor and founder of social media projects like Humans of Adventism and Oregon Adventist Stories, Kaleb’s work focuses on the life experiences of Seventh-day Adventists. Kaleb holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English from the College of Charleston, where he focused on emerging literary trends, and currently serves as the VP for Recruitment & Development for the Society of Adventist Communicators.www.adventisthumans.comHenry Johnson is the director of Young Adult Ministries at the Carolina Conference. In 2019, he teamed up with Ryan Becker to cohost a brand-new podcast series called “A Beautiful Faith,” which launched in early 2020. Johnson ienjoys reading, historical reenacting, music, and unique tie knots. His number one passion, though, is seeing the Gospel message click in youth and young adults. www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. Love and relationships are on the minds of most young adults. Christian young adults struggle with the question of what God has in mind for them with their relationships and love. Join Ryan and his guest this week as they discuss their own circumstances and perspectives on how they feel God has let in their current relationships.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Austin Bates is a sophomore theology major at Southern Adventist University. He has a passion for music ministry in the Adventist church and is chasing God’s call to be a youth pastor in an urban setting. As the student director for Engage Ministries, Austin is constantly seeking out new opportunities to expand his ministerial reach.Originally from Maryland, Christina Khabbaz spent her adolescent years living abroad in the Middle East, South Asia, and the Caribbean. She and her husband Joseph have been married for more than seven years and have been actively involved in young adult ministry in Brisbane Australia, Takoma Park Maryland and now in Collegedale, Tennessee at Southern Adventist University, where her husband Joseph serves as the Vice President for Spiritual Life and Chaplain. Having graduated from Southern in 2007, Christina is excited to be back on campus during this stage of life and hopes to mirror a Christ—like lifestyle of ministry and discipleship to young adults in her community.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University. Vulnerability is not easy. In fact, the word generates a load of anxiety for most people. It's scary to share your deepest thoughts, pains and emotions with anyone. Join Ryan and his guests as the explore and share their perspectives on what it is to be vulnerable. Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:BENJAMIN LUNDQUIST is the Young Adult Ministries Director for the Oregon Conference and also serves as the Young Adult Ministries Coordinator for the North American Division. Benjamin has an M.A. in Youth and Young Adult Ministry from Andrews University. He has spearheaded a variety of innovative young adult ministry projects and mentoring models. He is passionate about inspiring young adults to become growing followers of Jesus and leaders for His cause. Ben and his wife Kim spend much of the year investing in the lives of the the next generation through camps, retreats, speaking appointments, and simply sharing their life with others.Check our Rise and Lead Podcast that Ben hosts.  Natalie Boonstra is a junior public relations major at Southern Adventist University. She’s the co-host and producer of Flourish by AWL a podcast for Adventist Women Leaders. And she has a passion for using media to connect people with Christ, and build His church. She is also Ryan Becker’s hero.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.southern.edu Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC.Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. Do you ever feel that you are running on empty and everyone expects you to be firing on all cylinders? How do we continue when we are so depleted? Join Ryan and his guests as they share what has worked for them.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Casey Vaughn is an Adventist pastor in the greater Charlotte area. When she’s not working with one of her two churches, she enjoys reading, playing with her cats, or writing. One of her current projects is a book on Conservation and its relevancy to Adventism. For more information about her churches or her books you can find her online at pastorcasey.net. Luke Kendall is a nursing student at Southern Adventist University. www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. Pastors and their families, at times, have a lot of pressures added to them by church members; as well has having church members just assume they know what is going on in their pastors' home life. Join Ryan and his guests, a husband and wife pastoral team, as they share their personal stories and perspectives on this topic. Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Tim Cove has a wide range of experience working and investing in people.  He has spent 20 years in education and 11 in pastoral ministry. Two great themes run through his life Natural Science and Biblical Christianity.  With a master’s degree in each, life is a wonderful journey finding God revealed everywhere he looks.  Tim's favorite places tend to involve kayaks, campfires, books and tools.  His greatest desire is to nudge others closer to Jesus. N. Kim Cove, MS, LMFT has been married to her husband (of over 30 years) Tim and has two adult children Cameo and Jared. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and enjoys watercolor painting, reading, knitting, and traveling.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. Confrontation vs. Reporting is a tough subject. When do you confront and when do you report? Join Ryan and his guests as they carefully navigate their opinions on this subject. Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Beth Grissom is the Women's Ministry and Prayer Ministry director for the Carolina Conference. Beth is married to Chris, the love of her life, and they have three children and just became grandparents to a beautiful baby boy. Joe Pieretti grew up in Puerto Rico, and was exposed to various denominations of Christianity in addition to local witchcraft or Santeria. After pursuing a career in music, Joe became a Seventh-day Adventist in 2013. While he still has a passion for music he is now a pastor of the Carolina Conference serving in the Raleigh area with his wife and daughter.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M3NMBKTL3YRA2&source=url)
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