This week I talk with Kaleb Eisele, creator of Humans of Adventism, about his new ten-part documentary series in which Adventists tell their stories of culture, change, miracles, etc. We also discuss the state of creativity and community-building in the church.
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Alexander Carpenter is a board member of Adventist Forum, the organization that publishes Spectrum.
Photo courtesy of Kaleb Eisele / Humans of Adventism
“Humans of Adventism Film Series to Share Personal Stories” — Interview with Kaleb Eisele by Alita Byrd for Spectrum.
“Humans of Adventism: The Series” by Kaleb Eisele
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On this week’s episode of the Adventist Voices podcast, host Alexander Carpenter chats with Kaleb Eisele, creator of Humans of Adventism, about his new 10-part documentary series in which Adventists tell their stories of culture, change, miracles, etc.