Adventist Peace Radio, Episode 51: Quarterly Lesson 13—Community of Servants

Welcome to Adventist Peace Radio, the podcast of the Adventist Peace Fellowship. This episode concludes our series following the Quarterly lesson study. This episode covers Lesson 13—A Community of Servants (September 21–27, 2019).

This final episode is a conversation between the series’ three co-hosts. Nathan Brown is book editor at Signs Publishing Company in Melbourne, Australia, and primary instigator behind this Quarterly. Lisa Diller, PhD, is a history professor at Southern Adventist University and coordinator of the APF Peace Church Network. Jeff Boyd supports research efforts at Andrews University, and he is the regular host of the Adventist Peace Radio podcast.

It’s hard to believe this series is coming to a close. It has been a bit consuming over the past three months. We hope you’ve been blessed, motivated, and encouraged by the conversations, and we encourage you to check out any episodes you missed along the way. The conversations are worth revisiting as stand-alone episodes even after each lesson’s respective Sabbath has passed. Thank you for sharing this journey with us! For a summary of the project, visit

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 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.



Thank you for joining us for this episode of Adventist Peace Radio. If you appreciated this final 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.

There are a number of ways you can stay connected after this series ends. First, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunesGoogle PlayStitcher, or Spotify. Second, you can find resources in the show notes for each episode on our APF website. These episodes are posted on the regular podcast page – And we also have a special page dedicated to this series – There you can find some supplemental resources, a short video introducing this project, and the list of featured extremists for love, to borrow King’s phrase. And third, you can engage with others about future episodes on TwitterFacebook, or the APF website.

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