ECHO

How to Disagree — Special Guests: Kaleb Eisele and Henry Johnson

April 24, 2020 Ryan Becker Season 4 Episode 7
ECHO
How to Disagree — Special Guests: Kaleb Eisele and Henry Johnson
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ECHO
How to Disagree — Special Guests: Kaleb Eisele and Henry Johnson
Apr 24, 2020 Season 4 Episode 7
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.

How do we disagree? In today's culture and society, it seems like we are constantly in a disagreement with anyone that has a different perspective than we do. We see this in the political world, religious world and even in the line at the grocery store. Ok, maybe not the grocery store... You get the point though. So how can we disagree with someone without shutting them down or writing them off? Join Ryan and his guests as they navigate their own perspectives on this topic.  

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

Kaleb Eisele is a content creator living with his wife and two cats in Portland, Oregon. As the editor and founder of social media projects like Humans of Adventism and Oregon Adventist Stories, Kaleb’s work focuses on the life experiences of Seventh-day Adventists. Kaleb holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English from the College of Charleston, where he focused on emerging literary trends, and currently serves as the VP for Recruitment & Development for the Society of Adventist Communicators.
www.adventisthumans.com

Henry Johnson is the director of Young Adult Ministries at the Carolina Conference. In 2019, he teamed up with Ryan Becker to cohost a brand-new podcast series called “A Beautiful Faith,” which launched in early 2020. Johnson ienjoys reading, historical reenacting, music, and unique tie knots. His number one passion, though, is seeing the Gospel message click in youth and young adults.

www.theprojectrefresh.org
www.southern.edu 

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.

How do we disagree? In today's culture and society, it seems like we are constantly in a disagreement with anyone that has a different perspective than we do. We see this in the political world, religious world and even in the line at the grocery store. Ok, maybe not the grocery store... You get the point though. So how can we disagree with someone without shutting them down or writing them off? Join Ryan and his guests as they navigate their own perspectives on this topic.  

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

Kaleb Eisele is a content creator living with his wife and two cats in Portland, Oregon. As the editor and founder of social media projects like Humans of Adventism and Oregon Adventist Stories, Kaleb’s work focuses on the life experiences of Seventh-day Adventists. Kaleb holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English from the College of Charleston, where he focused on emerging literary trends, and currently serves as the VP for Recruitment & Development for the Society of Adventist Communicators.
www.adventisthumans.com

Henry Johnson is the director of Young Adult Ministries at the Carolina Conference. In 2019, he teamed up with Ryan Becker to cohost a brand-new podcast series called “A Beautiful Faith,” which launched in early 2020. Johnson ienjoys reading, historical reenacting, music, and unique tie knots. His number one passion, though, is seeing the Gospel message click in youth and young adults.

www.theprojectrefresh.org
www.southern.edu 

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