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Faith in the Real World — Special Guests: Jon Daniel and Kevin Christenson

April 17, 2020 Ryan Becker Season 4 Episode 6
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Faith in the Real World — Special Guests: Jon Daniel and Kevin Christenson
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Faith in the Real World — Special Guests: Jon Daniel and Kevin Christenson
Apr 17, 2020 Season 4 Episode 6
Ryan Becker

Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.

Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University.

When all is said and done, and we leave the bubble of Adventism after school, how do we live our faith in the real world? This is a concept and questions that all new graduates face every year. Join Ryan and his guests as they navigate the narratives of their own stories and perspectives on how they have experienced living their faith in the real world. 

Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:

Jon Daniel is currently a graduate student at Southern Adventist University, pursuing a master's degree in clinical mental health and counseling. Previously he spent 6 years doing youth ministry. Jon and his wife, Kim, live in Ooltewah TN and enjoy hiking trails, exploring coffee shops and other stereotypical millennial activities. 

Kevin Christenson is originally from Kettering, Ohio, where Kevin attended Spring Valley Academy and graduated Southern Adventist University with Bachelor’s degrees in International Business. During his time at SAU, he created the comedy sketch show Studio 4109: LIVE and starred as “Ashpenaz” in the 2014 Oshkosh Camporee: Daniel (and its documentary film) After interning for several years with Kettering Health Network in marketing and communications, he went into the booming Atlanta film industry. Kevin worked on major film and TV sets alongside A-list actors, musicians, directors, and producers; learning the industry’s best practices to help the church produce better storytelling. After having conversations about faith on set, he realized both worlds had a lot to gain from each other. www.thescratchnews.com

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Show Notes

Season 4 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC and at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.

Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas and employees of Southern Adventist University.

When all is said and done, and we leave the bubble of Adventism after school, how do we live our faith in the real world? This is a concept and questions that all new graduates face every year. Join Ryan and his guests as they navigate the narratives of their own stories and perspectives on how they have experienced living their faith in the real world. 

Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:

Jon Daniel is currently a graduate student at Southern Adventist University, pursuing a master's degree in clinical mental health and counseling. Previously he spent 6 years doing youth ministry. Jon and his wife, Kim, live in Ooltewah TN and enjoy hiking trails, exploring coffee shops and other stereotypical millennial activities. 

Kevin Christenson is originally from Kettering, Ohio, where Kevin attended Spring Valley Academy and graduated Southern Adventist University with Bachelor’s degrees in International Business. During his time at SAU, he created the comedy sketch show Studio 4109: LIVE and starred as “Ashpenaz” in the 2014 Oshkosh Camporee: Daniel (and its documentary film) After interning for several years with Kettering Health Network in marketing and communications, he went into the booming Atlanta film industry. Kevin worked on major film and TV sets alongside A-list actors, musicians, directors, and producers; learning the industry’s best practices to help the church produce better storytelling. After having conversations about faith on set, he realized both worlds had a lot to gain from each other. www.thescratchnews.com

www.theprojectrefresh.org
www.southern.edu 

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