Adventist Peace Radio is the podcast of the Adventist Peace Fellowship. The podcast features interviews, presentations, and sermons by peacemaking Adventists, former Adventists, and friends of Adventists.
Kevin Burton describes how the FBI investigated and influenced Adventism during WWI.
Dominique Gummelt and Michael Nixon discuss the Rise Up Against Abuse initiative that they recently co-founded.
Kevin Burton describes a recent conference on military participation hosted by the General Conference.
Terry Dodge Jr shares about his film projects on Sam Campbell, a noted naturalist in the 20th century.
Pastor Daniel Xisto explores Revelation 21, making connections with the Civil Rights Movement and Adventist history.
Dr. Olive Hemmings delivers a sermon titled, “The Prophetic Promise of Sabbath” at Emmanuel Brinklow (Sept 2018).
Claudia Allen shares about a multi-day social justice training that she’ll be leading. Plus a surprise announcement.
Pastor Daniel Xisto preaches about fasting as described in Isaiah 58.
Adam Wamack describes ADRA Connections, short-term volunteer program hosted by ADRA International
Michelle Sawwan shares about her peace studies program, her research in Lebanon, and her spiritual journey in peace themes.
Kristie Wilder and Lucas Patterson discuss two academic summer camps for high school students at Southern Adventist University—”Women and Minorities in Civic Engagement” and “Social Work and Missions.”
René Drumm and Melissa Ponce Rodas share about their research on domestic abuse, or intimate partner violence, within Adventism. They also highlight denominational efforts to end such violence.
Nathan Brown shares about his book Engage: Faith That Matters.
Todd Stout (head pastor), Nicholas Zork (worship pastor), and Brooke Pierce (peace ministry coordinator) share about their work pursuing peace and justice in New York City.
The second half of a conversation on Dr. King’s legacy 50 years after his assassination.
What is King’s legacy 50 year’s after his assassination?
Judit Manchay and Valerie Sigamani share about their experience at the March for Our Lives (Orlandao, FL).
Three students at Walla Walla University share how they planned the school's 2018 peace week.
Dr. Glen Graham shares about the Centre for Peace & Justice at Burman University.
Dr. Ganoune Diop, General Conference director of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty, gives a presentation titled “Speaking As a Dragon? Religious Liberty & Biblical Justice Today.” A panel presentation follows.
Tiffany Llewellyn shares about the recent PELC conference and the debate around DACA.
Dr. Pedrito Maynard-Reid (APF Board Chairperson) gives presentation titled, “JUSTICE: A Radical, Prophetic Call to the Academy and the Pew.”
In the context of refugees and migrants, Pastor Dean Coridan explores the question, "Who is my neighbor?"
Ty Gibson and Michael Nixon share about Against the Wall, a catalyst for conversation and action promoting racial reconciliation and healing in the Adventist movement and beyond.
Three Adventist peacemakers discuss their summer internships.
Pastor Daniel Xisto shares about preparing for and responding to the recent racial violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Gabriela Phillips shares about her work as the NAD Adventist-Muslim Relations Coordinator.
A look at the 6th Annual Andrews Social Consciousness Summit. Theme: Border Wars.
Jeff Boyd explores what it means to be a peacemaker.
Interviews with Tiffany Llewellyn, Claudia Allen, and Anita Fernander.