NAD Public Affairs and Religious Liberty Director Talks About Being a Witness

Orlan Johnson, Public Affairs and Religious Liberty Director for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America, shares advice on how to be an effective Christian witness in public service at the June Religious Liberty Summit in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Johnson shares his experience with public service, including working for a Republican congressman in Michigan while attending Andrews, and working in a law firm on Wall Street. He talks about the importance of getting more young people involved in public affairs.

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