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Finances, the Bible and Me — Special Guests: Beth Grissom and Joe Pieretti

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. The topic of finances can be one of the touchiest subjects in relationships. It is also a one of the most stressful subjects in someones personal life. Is there any biblical guidance? Join Ryan and his guest as they explore their personal perspectives on topic of finances. Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Beth Grissom is the Women's Ministry and Prayer Ministry director for the Carolina Conference. Beth is married to Chris, the love of her life, and they have three children and just became grandparents to a beautiful baby boy. Joe Pieretti grew up in Puerto Rico, and was exposed to various denominations of Christianity in addition to local witchcraft or Santeria. After pursuing a career in music, Joe became a Seventh-day Adventist in 2013. While he still has a passion for music he is now a pastor of the Carolina Conference serving in the Raleigh area with his wife and daughter.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show.

23 MIN2019 NOV 29
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Finances, the Bible and Me — Special Guests: Beth Grissom and Joe Pieretti

When your local church is "toxic," where do you go? — Special Guests: Paolo Alvarez and Rachel Beaver

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. Do you ever feel like the environment at your local church is toxic? That type of environment can make you not want to attend and in some cases has driven members away. So what do you do? Where do you go? Join Ryan and his guests as they explore their perspectives on this topic.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Paola Alvarez is the assistant to the Vice President for Finance at the Carolina Conference. She is married to the love of her life and the mother of two adorable kids. Alvarez is passionate of about her family, her faith and has a desire for everyone she meets to know Jesus. Rachel Beaver is senior public relations major at Southern Adventist University. She is also a writer in their Marketing and University Relations office and the humor editor for the Southern Accent. She is also the current communications director at Bowman Hills SDA church.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show.

23 MIN2019 NOV 22
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When your local church is "toxic," where do you go? — Special Guests: Paolo Alvarez and Rachel Beaver

**Special Episode** State and Regional Conferences — Special Guests: Evan Willis and Ryan Ashlock

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. This is a special episode dealing with the past, present and future of State and Regional Conferences. This topic could not be covered in our normal 20 minute conversations. Join Ryan and his guests as they share the history and their personal perspectives on these two different conferences. Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Evan Willis is lead pastor of the Northeast SDA Church in Charlotte, NC. He graduated from Pine Forge Academy, Oakwood University, and the Seventh-day Adventist Theological seminary. Currently, he is a third-year doctoral student at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and his research interests are Black male outcomes in urban and suburban Christian schools. He and his wife Aleya have 4 sons Jeremiah, James, John, and Joshua. His favorite scripture Isaiah 61:1-3.Ryan Ashlock has served as pastor of the University City Seventh-day Adventist Church since 2012. He has a passion for helping people connect with God, understand how Christian faith is based on reason and evidence, and think through the implications of the gospel for life, work, and relationships. Ryan and his wife Laura, have three teenage daughters. Prior to coming to Charlotte, the Ashlocks spent five years in Thailand where Ryan taught religion classes at Asia-Pacific International University and served as senior pastor of the University Church. www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show. Resources for understanding or exploring more on regional conferences and black experience and contributions in the Seventh-day Adventist Church:Comprehensive Overview of Regional Conferences: https://adventistregionalministries.orgRegional Voice Magazine: https://adventistregionalministries.org/regional-voice/Black History SDA: http://www.blacksdahistory.orgMaps and Stats:https://www.regionalretirement.org/maps--stats.htmlRegional Retirement Website Story:https://www.regionalretirement.org/our-story.htmlHelpful Links from RegionalRetirement.org: https://www.regionalretirement.org/helpful-links.html

54 MIN2019 NOV 15
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**Special Episode** State and Regional Conferences — Special Guests: Evan Willis and Ryan Ashlock

How do I deal with difficult questions? — Special Guests: Casey Vaughn and Luke Kendall

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. Let's face it, sometimes there are questions that are either hard to answer or we don't like the answer. Join Ryan and his guests as they share how they handle difficult questions...and the answers they may not like.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Casey Vaughn is an Adventist pastor in the greater Charlotte area. When she’s not working with one of her two churches, she enjoys reading, playing with her cats, or writing. One of her current projects is a book on Conservation and its relevancy to Adventism. For more information about her churches or her books you can find her online at pastorcasey.net. Luke Kendall is a nursing student at Southern Adventist University. www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show.

22 MIN2019 NOV 8
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How do I deal with difficult questions? — Special Guests: Casey Vaughn and Luke Kendall

Tithe: Where is my money going in the Seventh-day Adventist Church? — Special Guests: Ryan Ashlock and Joe Pieretti

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. The topic of "where are my tithe dollars going," has been a topic of great importance for Millennials and Generation Z. They would rather put their tithe dollars towards something they can see a return on. But is tithe really ours and is it a choice? Join Ryan and his guests as they dive into this topic.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Ryan Ashlock has served as pastor of the University City Seventh-day Adventist Church since 2012. He has a passion for helping people connect with God, understand how Christian faith is based on reason and evidence, and think through the implications of the gospel for life, work, and relationships. Ryan and his wife Laura, have three teenage daughters. Prior to coming to Charlotte, the Ashlocks spent five years in Thailand where Ryan taught religion classes at Asia-Pacific International University and served as senior pastor of the University Church. Joe Pieretti grew up in Puerto Rico, and was exposed to various denominations of Christianity in addition to local witchcraft or Santeria. After pursuing a career in music, Joe became a Seventh-day Adventist in 2013. While he still has a passion for music he is now a pastor of the Carolina Conference serving in the Raleigh area with his wife and daughter.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show.

25 MIN2019 NOV 1
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Tithe: Where is my money going in the Seventh-day Adventist Church? — Special Guests: Ryan Ashlock and Joe Pieretti

How do I reconcile with a family member who has hurt me? — Special Guests: Rich Maskelony and Rachel Beaver

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. Sometimes the hardest person to forgive for hurting us is a family member. Family members aren't supposed to hurt us, so how do we forgive them? Join Ryan and his guest this week as they dive into this topic.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Rich Maskelony is a pastor, podcaster, husband, and proud millennial dog parent. He loves opportunities to wrestle the big questions and struggles of life via long talks, sermons, and various forms of storytelling. Rich lives with his wife Shelly and Pitbull Scout in rural NC. He currently serves the Florence First and Lumber River Seventh-day Adventist Churches.Rachel Beaver is senior public relations major at Southern Adventist University. She is also a writer in their Marketing and University Relations office and the humor editor for the Southern Accent. She is also the current communications director at Bowman Hills SDA church.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show.

23 MIN2019 OCT 25
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How do I reconcile with a family member who has hurt me? — Special Guests: Rich Maskelony and Rachel Beaver

How should we respond when church leaders are caught in scandal? — Special Guests: Beth Grissom and Joe Pieretti

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. How should we respond when church leaders are caught in scandal? This is a topic that come us in church family conversations. Unfortunately, the church is not immune to crisis. Join Ryan and his guests as they share their perspectives on this topic.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Beth Grissom is the Women's Ministry and Prayer Ministry director for the Carolina Conference. Beth is married to Chris, the love of her life, and they have three children and just became grandparents to a beautiful baby boy. Joe Pieretti grew up in Puerto Rico, and was exposed to various denominations of Christianity in addition to local witchcraft or Santeria. After pursuing a career in music, Joe became a Seventh-day Adventist in 2013. While he still has a passion for music he is now a pastor of the Carolina Conference serving in the Raleigh area with his wife and daughter.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show.

24 MIN2019 OCT 18
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How should we respond when church leaders are caught in scandal? — Special Guests: Beth Grissom and Joe Pieretti

Liberal vs. Conservative...is one better than the other? — Special Guests: Casey Vaughn and Luke Kendall

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. Liberal vs. Conservative...is one better than the other? This is a controversial debate that has been going on across denominational lines for years. Join Ryan and his guests as they share their perspectives in this discussion. Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Casey Vaughn is an Adventist pastor in the greater Charlotte area. When she’s not working with one of her two churches, she enjoys reading, playing with her cats, or writing. One of her current projects is a book on Conservation and its relevancy to Adventism. For more information about her churches or her books you can find her online at pastorcasey.net. Luke Kendall is a nursing student at Southern Adventist University. www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show.

21 MIN2019 OCT 11
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Liberal vs. Conservative...is one better than the other? — Special Guests: Casey Vaughn and Luke Kendall

What do I do with Ellen White? — Special Guests: Ryan Ashlock and Joe Pieretti

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. "What do I do with Ellen White?" In the Adventist circle, Ellen White is a controversial subject. There are many feelings and opinions about her in reguards to her ministry contribution. Join Ryan and his guests as they share their perspectives on the life and ministry of Ellen White and the Seventh-day Adventist church.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Ryan Ashlock has served as pastor of the University City Seventh-day Adventist Church since 2012. He has a passion for helping people connect with God, understand how Christian faith is based on reason and evidence, and think through the implications of the gospel for life, work, and relationships. Ryan and his wife Laura, have three teenage daughters. Prior to...

24 MIN2019 OCT 4
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What do I do with Ellen White? — Special Guests: Ryan Ashlock and Joe Pieretti

How do I support a friend who's depressed? — Special Guests: Paolo Alvarez and Rachel Beaver

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. How do you support a friend who's depressed? That question is, unfortunately, very relevant to today's statistics. Depression is at an all time high, and most likely you have someone in your inner circle who suffers from it. The National Network of Depression Centers (NNDC) reported that over 41% of adults suffer from depression. So find out what our guests have to share with Ryan on how to help a friend or family member who is depressed.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Paola Alvarez is the assistant to the Vice President for Finance at the Carolina Conference. She is married to the love of her life and the mother of two adorable kids. Alvarez is passionate of about her family, her faith and has a desire for everyone she meets to know Jesus. Rachel Beaver is senior public relations major at Southern Adventist University. She is also a writer in their Marketing and University Relations office and the humor editor for the Southern Accent. She is also the current communications director at Bowman Hills SDA church.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show.

23 MIN2019 SEP 27
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How do I support a friend who's depressed? — Special Guests: Paolo Alvarez and Rachel Beaver

Latest Episodes

Finances, the Bible and Me — Special Guests: Beth Grissom and Joe Pieretti

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. The topic of finances can be one of the touchiest subjects in relationships. It is also a one of the most stressful subjects in someones personal life. Is there any biblical guidance? Join Ryan and his guest as they explore their personal perspectives on topic of finances. Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Beth Grissom is the Women's Ministry and Prayer Ministry director for the Carolina Conference. Beth is married to Chris, the love of her life, and they have three children and just became grandparents to a beautiful baby boy. Joe Pieretti grew up in Puerto Rico, and was exposed to various denominations of Christianity in addition to local witchcraft or Santeria. After pursuing a career in music, Joe became a Seventh-day Adventist in 2013. While he still has a passion for music he is now a pastor of the Carolina Conference serving in the Raleigh area with his wife and daughter.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show.

23 MIN2019 NOV 29
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Finances, the Bible and Me — Special Guests: Beth Grissom and Joe Pieretti

When your local church is "toxic," where do you go? — Special Guests: Paolo Alvarez and Rachel Beaver

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. Do you ever feel like the environment at your local church is toxic? That type of environment can make you not want to attend and in some cases has driven members away. So what do you do? Where do you go? Join Ryan and his guests as they explore their perspectives on this topic.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Paola Alvarez is the assistant to the Vice President for Finance at the Carolina Conference. She is married to the love of her life and the mother of two adorable kids. Alvarez is passionate of about her family, her faith and has a desire for everyone she meets to know Jesus. Rachel Beaver is senior public relations major at Southern Adventist University. She is also a writer in their Marketing and University Relations office and the humor editor for the Southern Accent. She is also the current communications director at Bowman Hills SDA church.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show.

23 MIN2019 NOV 22
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When your local church is "toxic," where do you go? — Special Guests: Paolo Alvarez and Rachel Beaver

**Special Episode** State and Regional Conferences — Special Guests: Evan Willis and Ryan Ashlock

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. This is a special episode dealing with the past, present and future of State and Regional Conferences. This topic could not be covered in our normal 20 minute conversations. Join Ryan and his guests as they share the history and their personal perspectives on these two different conferences. Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Evan Willis is lead pastor of the Northeast SDA Church in Charlotte, NC. He graduated from Pine Forge Academy, Oakwood University, and the Seventh-day Adventist Theological seminary. Currently, he is a third-year doctoral student at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and his research interests are Black male outcomes in urban and suburban Christian schools. He and his wife Aleya have 4 sons Jeremiah, James, John, and Joshua. His favorite scripture Isaiah 61:1-3.Ryan Ashlock has served as pastor of the University City Seventh-day Adventist Church since 2012. He has a passion for helping people connect with God, understand how Christian faith is based on reason and evidence, and think through the implications of the gospel for life, work, and relationships. Ryan and his wife Laura, have three teenage daughters. Prior to coming to Charlotte, the Ashlocks spent five years in Thailand where Ryan taught religion classes at Asia-Pacific International University and served as senior pastor of the University Church. www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show. Resources for understanding or exploring more on regional conferences and black experience and contributions in the Seventh-day Adventist Church:Comprehensive Overview of Regional Conferences: https://adventistregionalministries.orgRegional Voice Magazine: https://adventistregionalministries.org/regional-voice/Black History SDA: http://www.blacksdahistory.orgMaps and Stats:https://www.regionalretirement.org/maps--stats.htmlRegional Retirement Website Story:https://www.regionalretirement.org/our-story.htmlHelpful Links from RegionalRetirement.org: https://www.regionalretirement.org/helpful-links.html

54 MIN2019 NOV 15
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**Special Episode** State and Regional Conferences — Special Guests: Evan Willis and Ryan Ashlock

How do I deal with difficult questions? — Special Guests: Casey Vaughn and Luke Kendall

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. Let's face it, sometimes there are questions that are either hard to answer or we don't like the answer. Join Ryan and his guests as they share how they handle difficult questions...and the answers they may not like.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Casey Vaughn is an Adventist pastor in the greater Charlotte area. When she’s not working with one of her two churches, she enjoys reading, playing with her cats, or writing. One of her current projects is a book on Conservation and its relevancy to Adventism. For more information about her churches or her books you can find her online at pastorcasey.net. Luke Kendall is a nursing student at Southern Adventist University. www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show.

22 MIN2019 NOV 8
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How do I deal with difficult questions? — Special Guests: Casey Vaughn and Luke Kendall

Tithe: Where is my money going in the Seventh-day Adventist Church? — Special Guests: Ryan Ashlock and Joe Pieretti

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. The topic of "where are my tithe dollars going," has been a topic of great importance for Millennials and Generation Z. They would rather put their tithe dollars towards something they can see a return on. But is tithe really ours and is it a choice? Join Ryan and his guests as they dive into this topic.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Ryan Ashlock has served as pastor of the University City Seventh-day Adventist Church since 2012. He has a passion for helping people connect with God, understand how Christian faith is based on reason and evidence, and think through the implications of the gospel for life, work, and relationships. Ryan and his wife Laura, have three teenage daughters. Prior to coming to Charlotte, the Ashlocks spent five years in Thailand where Ryan taught religion classes at Asia-Pacific International University and served as senior pastor of the University Church. Joe Pieretti grew up in Puerto Rico, and was exposed to various denominations of Christianity in addition to local witchcraft or Santeria. After pursuing a career in music, Joe became a Seventh-day Adventist in 2013. While he still has a passion for music he is now a pastor of the Carolina Conference serving in the Raleigh area with his wife and daughter.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show.

25 MIN2019 NOV 1
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Tithe: Where is my money going in the Seventh-day Adventist Church? — Special Guests: Ryan Ashlock and Joe Pieretti

How do I reconcile with a family member who has hurt me? — Special Guests: Rich Maskelony and Rachel Beaver

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. Sometimes the hardest person to forgive for hurting us is a family member. Family members aren't supposed to hurt us, so how do we forgive them? Join Ryan and his guest this week as they dive into this topic.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Rich Maskelony is a pastor, podcaster, husband, and proud millennial dog parent. He loves opportunities to wrestle the big questions and struggles of life via long talks, sermons, and various forms of storytelling. Rich lives with his wife Shelly and Pitbull Scout in rural NC. He currently serves the Florence First and Lumber River Seventh-day Adventist Churches.Rachel Beaver is senior public relations major at Southern Adventist University. She is also a writer in their Marketing and University Relations office and the humor editor for the Southern Accent. She is also the current communications director at Bowman Hills SDA church.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show.

23 MIN2019 OCT 25
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How do I reconcile with a family member who has hurt me? — Special Guests: Rich Maskelony and Rachel Beaver

How should we respond when church leaders are caught in scandal? — Special Guests: Beth Grissom and Joe Pieretti

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. How should we respond when church leaders are caught in scandal? This is a topic that come us in church family conversations. Unfortunately, the church is not immune to crisis. Join Ryan and his guests as they share their perspectives on this topic.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Beth Grissom is the Women's Ministry and Prayer Ministry director for the Carolina Conference. Beth is married to Chris, the love of her life, and they have three children and just became grandparents to a beautiful baby boy. Joe Pieretti grew up in Puerto Rico, and was exposed to various denominations of Christianity in addition to local witchcraft or Santeria. After pursuing a career in music, Joe became a Seventh-day Adventist in 2013. While he still has a passion for music he is now a pastor of the Carolina Conference serving in the Raleigh area with his wife and daughter.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show.

24 MIN2019 OCT 18
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How should we respond when church leaders are caught in scandal? — Special Guests: Beth Grissom and Joe Pieretti

Liberal vs. Conservative...is one better than the other? — Special Guests: Casey Vaughn and Luke Kendall

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. Liberal vs. Conservative...is one better than the other? This is a controversial debate that has been going on across denominational lines for years. Join Ryan and his guests as they share their perspectives in this discussion. Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Casey Vaughn is an Adventist pastor in the greater Charlotte area. When she’s not working with one of her two churches, she enjoys reading, playing with her cats, or writing. One of her current projects is a book on Conservation and its relevancy to Adventism. For more information about her churches or her books you can find her online at pastorcasey.net. Luke Kendall is a nursing student at Southern Adventist University. www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show.

21 MIN2019 OCT 11
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Liberal vs. Conservative...is one better than the other? — Special Guests: Casey Vaughn and Luke Kendall

What do I do with Ellen White? — Special Guests: Ryan Ashlock and Joe Pieretti

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. "What do I do with Ellen White?" In the Adventist circle, Ellen White is a controversial subject. There are many feelings and opinions about her in reguards to her ministry contribution. Join Ryan and his guests as they share their perspectives on the life and ministry of Ellen White and the Seventh-day Adventist church.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Ryan Ashlock has served as pastor of the University City Seventh-day Adventist Church since 2012. He has a passion for helping people connect with God, understand how Christian faith is based on reason and evidence, and think through the implications of the gospel for life, work, and relationships. Ryan and his wife Laura, have three teenage daughters. Prior to...

24 MIN2019 OCT 4
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What do I do with Ellen White? — Special Guests: Ryan Ashlock and Joe Pieretti

How do I support a friend who's depressed? — Special Guests: Paolo Alvarez and Rachel Beaver

Season 3 was shot and recorded at the Carolina Conference, Charlotte, NC, and sponsored by Southern Adventist University. Ryan's special guests for this season are made up of local pastors, students, Conference employees and church members in the Carolinas. How do you support a friend who's depressed? That question is, unfortunately, very relevant to today's statistics. Depression is at an all time high, and most likely you have someone in your inner circle who suffers from it. The National Network of Depression Centers (NNDC) reported that over 41% of adults suffer from depression. So find out what our guests have to share with Ryan on how to help a friend or family member who is depressed.Let us introduce you to this episode's special guests:Paola Alvarez is the assistant to the Vice President for Finance at the Carolina Conference. She is married to the love of her life and the mother of two adorable kids. Alvarez is passionate of about her family, her faith and has a desire for everyone she meets to know Jesus. Rachel Beaver is senior public relations major at Southern Adventist University. She is also a writer in their Marketing and University Relations office and the humor editor for the Southern Accent. She is also the current communications director at Bowman Hills SDA church.www.theprojectrefresh.orgwww.isryanbeckerright.comSpecial Thanks to Southern Adventist University for sponsoring this show.

23 MIN2019 SEP 27
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How do I support a friend who's depressed? — Special Guests: Paolo Alvarez and Rachel Beaver
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