Welcome to Adventist Peace Radio, the podcast of the Adventist Peace Fellowship. This episode continues our series following the Quarterly lesson study. This episode covers Lesson 9—Ministry in the New Testament Church (August 24–30, 2019).
This episode features Brenton Stacey, who joins co-hosts Nathan Brown, Lisa Diller, and Jeff Boyd to discuss the life and ministry of the early church. As a follower of Jesus, Brenton feels called with wife Kylie to build stronger connections through shared experiences as part of a community collective called The Open House, a chapter of Adventist Peace Fellowship. With a degree in communication, experience in news writing and publishing and a growing interest in philanthropy, he is Public Relations Officer at Avondale College of Higher Education.
We would like to thank ADRA, Signs Publishing, and Adventist Record magazine for supporting this quarter’s lesson study and for promoting our podcast. Visit ADRA.org to learn more about ADRA, the international humanitarian arm of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Their work centers on delivering justice, compassion, and love through community development projects and emergency response in more than 130 countries around the world.
If You Can Eat . . . You Can Make Disciples: Sharing Faith in a Multi-faith World (Peter Roennfeldt, 2018)
Making Room: Recovering Hospitality as a Christian Tradition (Christine D. Pohl, 1999)
Of Falafels and Following Jesus: Stories from a Journey through the Holy Land (Nathan Brown, with Michelle Villis and Brenton Stacey, 2019)
Find more resources at AdventistPeace.org/Quarterly.
Thank you for joining us for this episode of Adventist Peace Radio. If you appreciated this conversation based on the Quarterly series, we hope you’ll share the episode far and wide. Let your friends and Sabbath School class know about it.
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MUSIC: Our theme music is “Green Fields” by Scott Holmes, and this is available at the Free Music Archive.
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