Interviews

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Mark Cook, co-founder of design studio Types & Symbols, talks about his Conflict Beautiful project, designing elegant contemporary hardbacks to match the rich and meaningful narrative of Ellen White's most enduring volumes.“We drew from the geometry of the tabernacle, the color of the materials, and the life and death of Christ in making our decisions.”

 

Todd Leonard, senior pastor of the Glendale City Church in Glendale, California, has helped to organize a lecture series to hear how other faiths perceive the new world. In this interview, he tells about the Imam, the Father and the Rabbi who are presenting this series and what Adventists can learn from people of other religions.

“What does the Lord require of us? To do justice. Justice is first. Then to love mercy and to walk humbly. But justice is first.”

The nearly-million strong Adventist population of Zimbabwe is close to breaking ground on a second Adventist tertiary institution in the country, offering a wide variety of degrees, according to Farukai Mbiriri, education director for the Zimbabwe East Union Conference.

Adventist historian, theologian, and author George R. Knight discuss the issues facing our church today in this video interview.

Adam Wamack, Connections manager for the Adventist Development and Relief Agency, coordinates large and small-scale mission projects to ADRA locations around the world. Last summer saw the first "Connections Extreme" trip, which took hundreds of students to a remote part of South America. We asked Wamack about his job and how ADRA trips are unique.

Presented by the Pacific Union Conference Department of Communication & Community Engagement on “All God’s People” for September 21, 2018.

Mums at the Table magazine editor Melody Tan talks about how an 18-month-old ministry in Australia is targeting non-Adventist mothers of young children, working to create community in a virtual village with a panel lifestyle TV show, social media channels and a monthly magazine.

As the deadline for this year's Adventist Mission second short film contest approaches on August 31, last year's winner Rachel Fortunato, student at University of Montemorelos, talks about what it was like to win and what she learned filming on location in Thailand and Cambodia.

Monte Saxby, math and science teacher at Skagit Adventist Academy in Washington state talks about his epic cross-country cycle to the North American Division teachers’ convention in Chicago last week.

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