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In episode 81, welcome back Michael Campbell and discuss his new book released at the beginning of 2022, 1922: The Rise of Adventist Fundamentalism. This book will unpack the rise of Adventist fundamentalism and the 1922 General Conference Session.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesBook—1922: The Rise of Adventist Fundamentalism by Michael CampbellAdventist Book CenterAmazonBook—1919: The Untold Story of Adventism's Struggle with Fundamentalism by Michael CampbellAdventist Book CenterAmazonTwitter: @m_w_campbellFacebook: AdventistHistorianRestore Episode 38 (updated with improved audio)
In episode 80, we talk with Karl Haffner, Ph.D., vice president of student experience at Loma Linda University. We discuss his faith journey, leadership, and more! You will be blessed and challenged by this conversation.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesBook—The Speed of Trust by Stephen CoveyAmazonBook—No Greater Love by Karl HaffnerAdventist Book CenterAmazonBook—Are You More Spiritual Than a 5th Grader? by Karl & Claire HaffnerAdventist Book CenterAmazonLinkedIn
In episode 79, we talk with Kendall Turcios who is pastor of Arise Miami Church. He details his faith journey leading to his current assignement at Arise Church. This conversation will both challenge and bless you!Show Notes/Links/ResourcesArise Miami ChurchRestore Podcast Episode 3The Compound Effect by Darren HardyAtomic Habits by James ClearChurch Is a Team Sport by Jim Putman
In episode 78, we have a powerful conversation with Melissa and Michael Gibson discussing the documentary, Return to Palau, which chronicles the story of Melissa and her family. It tells the "incredible true story of survival, faith, and forgiveness" as mentioned on the web site, below, where you can view the film.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesWeb site: returntopalau.comSpecial view link for Adventist pastors/leaders: returntopalau.com/adventistsArticle from Adventist News Network (ANN)
Episode 77 features a discussion with Larry Witzel who is an entrepreneur, respected innovator, and an inspiring speaker at the intersection of technology and ministry. He is founder and president of SermonView Evangelism Marketing.In our conversation, we talk about his faith journey, event marketing, entrepreneurship, creating a healthy organizational culture, and more.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesWeb site/bio: larrywitzel.comSermonView: sermonview.comInterest Tracker: interesttracker.orgEvangelism Web Sites: evangelismwebsites.comManaged Event Marketing: evangelismmarketing.com
In episode 76, our guests are Andreas Beccai, senior pastor of Walla Walla University Church, and Albert Handal, campus chaplain at Walla Walla University.In this conversation, they discuss their faith journey, what the last 2+ years have been like for their ministry, and so much more.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesContact info: Walla Walla Church StaffArticle: "Why Churches Should Drop Their Online Services" (subscription to New York Times required)Book: Deep Work by Cal NewportDwell mobile app: dwellapp.io
Episode 75's guest is Susan Mettes who released a book in the fall of 2021 titled, The Loneliness Epidemic. In this book, she unpacks research about why people are lonely, the myths of loneliness, how we can help lonely people, and much more. It's a great book and an amazing conversation of an important topic.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesWeb site: susanmettes.comBook: The Loneliness Epidemic via AmazonAdventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA)
Episode 74 is special edition for Black History Month where I have a great conversation with Benjamin Baker, Ph.D. He talks with us about what perhaps may be lesser-known facts and history of the journey of some Black Adventists.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesBlack Seventh-day Adventist HistoryWeb SiteYouTube ChannelBook: The Underground Railroad Records by William StillBook: Breaking Barriers: The First Ladies of Education by DeWitt S. WilliamsArticle: Recognition Event Honors the Life and Legacy of Lucy ByardEncyclopedia of Seventh-day AdventistsContact Dr. BakerRestore Podcast Episode 60-Hyveth Williams-Gervon Marsh: The Art and Beauty of Black Preaching
On this first episode of 2022, episode 73, we have a fun-filled conversation with Casio Jones and Felix Bangkuai who have been actively involved with health and fitness for many years.Last fall, Florida Conference had its inaugural "Fit Together" health and fitness retreat at Camp Kulaqua where I was able to sit with them and have this conversation discussing their journey, what they believe is the health message, how churches can empower others in their journey of health and fitness, and so much more.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesCASIO JONESWeb Site and ContactAction65Discover New VictoriesAction4LifeFacebook: facebook.com/CasioJonesHealthInstagram: @casiojoneshealthTwitter: @casiojonesYouTube: youtube.com/bodyjones77FELIX BANGKUAIFacebook: @felix.bangkuaiInstagram: @felix_bangkuaiLinkedIn: Felix Bangkuai
For episode 72, we have Pastor Ben Lundquist. He is the young adult director of Oregon Conference, a sought-after speaker, and host of the Rise and Lead Podcast.This is a power-packed, inspirational, and practical conversation I know you will find helpful and hopeful, especially as 2021 comes to an end and we are gearing up for 2022.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesRise and Lead podcastTwitter: @benjaminlundInstagram: @benjaminlundquistFacebook: facebook.com/benjamin.lundquist.96
For episode 71, we have a great and inspirational conversational with Heather Moor, Nina Vallado, and Kaleb Eisele who are the creators, producers, and hosts of the How the Church Works podcast. I know you will be blessed by this conversation, and I invite you to check out their podcast.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesHow the Church Works podcastKaleb EiseleHumans of Adventismhumans@adventism.comHeather MoorTwitter: @heatherlmoorSet In Sands FilmsNina ValladoNinaVallado.com
For episode 70, our guest is Reggie Joiner, founder and CEO of Orange. He also co-founded North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia, with Andy Stanley.During his 11 years as executive director of family ministry there, he developed a new concept of relevant ministry for children, teenagers, and married adults. In this must-listen episode, he talks to us about his personal call to ministry, empowering families and their children, and so much more!Show Notes/Links/ResourcesReggie Joiner bioOrange ConferencePedro Perez e-mailBook: A New Kind of LeaderPaperbackeBookAudiobookFree copy of A New Kind of Leader to the first 20 people (United States only) to e-mail path.adv@floridaconference.com
I'm really excited to tell you about today's episode as it is part of a Bible series we have created called Foundations: Exploring the Basis of Our Hope.Foundations is a free six-part video series that explores the landmark beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Faith and fosters small group discussion. Grounded upon the key foundational truth that Jesus is our Salvation, it also explores the other five S's of Adventism—the Second Coming, Sanctuary, Sabbath, the State of the Dead, and the Spirit of Prophecy.The series of videos will be released weekly for six weeks, beginning Wednesday, September 29. But, if you register now, you can receive each video ahead of time.In episode 69 of the Restore Podcast, I speak with Pastor Matthew Lucio who hosts the Adventist History podcast and pastors Peoria Adventist Church in Illinois. We take an Adventist historical journey into how we came to believe the six different topics we cover in the Foundations series.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesFoundations: Exploring the Basis of Our HopeFoundations series on FacebookAdventist History PodcastThe Way of Life painting (Adventist Review article)BooksA Search for Identity by George R. KnightAdventist Book CenterAmazonTell It To the World by C. Mervyn MaxwellAdventist Book CenterAmazonA User-friendly Guide to the 1888 Message by George R. KnightAdventist Book CenterAmazon
In episode 68, Pastor Roger Hernandez returns to the podcast talking all things ministry. We are also excited to announce our first music spotlight! Be sure to listen for all the info.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesRamp by Roger HernandezRoger Hernandez Social MediaWeb SiteFacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeSing a New SongMore music by Lifelong Worship
In episode 67, we welcome back Heather Thompson Day, Ph.D., to talk about her recently released book, It's Not Your Turn: What to Do While You're Waiting for Your Breakthrough. Besides unpacking sections of her book, we also talk about her writing process and so much more. I know you'll be blessed by this conversation.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesIt's Not Your Turn (option for Amazon purchase or autographed copy)Tasha Urich TED TalkHeatherThompsonDay.comFacebookInstagramTwitterRestore Episode 31: Communicating the Gospel in the 21st Century
In episode 66, we welcome back Dr. John Peckham, professor of theology and Christian philosophy at Andrews University. We have a compelling conversation about his recently released book, Divine Attributes: Knowing the Covenantal God of Scripture.Although this is a deep dive theologically, and a bit philosophically, about some of God's attributes, John unpacks them in ways for all to understand, bringing deep meaning for our spiritual journey.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesJohn Peckham's Web SiteJohn Peckham on TwitterBook—Divine Attributes: Knowing the Covenantal God of ScriptureWeb SiteAmazonRestore Episode 32: Theodicy of LoveBook—Theodicy of LoveWeb SiteAmazon
In episode 65, we have Pastor Fredrick Russell who has been in ministry for more than 30 years as a pastor and a conference president. He currently serves as principal of True North Leadership Group committed to teaching responsible leadership. We have a great conversation in which he details his faith journey, ministry life, evangelism, and leadership.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesTrue North Leadership GroupFredrick RussellBioLinkedInBook—Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance
For episode 64, we're dropping a special edition that was recorded during Florida Conference's Virtual Camp Meeting in April 2021. The theme, "Reconnect," was the panel discussion topic I led for the Sabbath School program.Over the course of the past year with the pandemic—and currently, to some extent—many people have felt, to various degrees, disconnected with their community. In some cases, that means disconnection from their church. So how do we reconnect?Dr. Derek Morris, President of Hope Channel International and keynote speaker for Virtual Camp Meeting 2021, takes part in the panel discussion along with Julie McLafferty, associate pastor at Forest Lake Church, and Gervon Marsh, Florida Conference Pastoral Ministries north area field associate, who has joined me on this podcast several times.I hope you will find this conversation helpful and hopeful as we seek to be more intentional in connecting and/or reconnecting with Jesus and the mission He's given to us as His followers.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesYouTube playlist of all main meetings and seminars from Florida Conference Virtual Camp Meeting 2021Direct link to the beginning of the Sabbath School panel discussion from which this episode was edited.
In episode 63, I have an amazing conversation with well-known pastor and evangelist Mark Finley. Mark has been a pastor and is perhaps most known for his time at It Is Written.In our conversation, we talk about his faith journey, evangelism in today's world, the power of the local church, and more. I know you will be blessed and challenged by this conversation.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesHopeLives365.com: main siteHopeLives365BibleStudy.com: training siteHopeLives365 on YouTubeLiving Hope Seventh-day Adventist Church on Facebook
In episode 62, I have a great conversation with our Florida Conference president, Allan Machado, D.Min. We discuss his faith journey, the many lessons he's learned over the course of that journey, specific lessons learned over the course of the past year, the future church, and more.Show Notes/Links/ResourcesFlorida Conference Administration
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