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In this episode Pastor Daniel Xisto preaches on fasting as described in Isaiah 58. He combines important theological insights with practical ways to live out the teaching.
Daniel Xisto is the pastor of Church Operations & Community Engagement at the Tacoma Park Seventh-day Adventist Church in Maryland.
There is an audio problem in the first two minutes, but it clears up quickly, so I hope it won’t be a distraction.
Also, the end of the sermon covers an event specific to the Tacoma Park congregation, but I left it in this episode because it demonstrates how a local church can get engaged with its community. I hope it stimulates your own thoughts on how you can impact your community.
You may remember Daniel Xisto from episode 11 of this podcast, when I interviewed him about his congregation’s response to the racial violence in Charlottesville, VA, where he was a pastor in 2017. If you haven’t heard that conversation, I encourage you to check it out. Adventist Today has also featured Daniel in two articles:
Urban Mission and Ministry Congress (September 2018)
Andrews University Social Consciousness Summit (April 2013)
Daniel’s sermon on fasting as described in Isaiah 58 can also be viewed on YouTube.
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