In the last 10 episodes of this podcast, we've explored who the Seventh-day Adventist Church is and how it got to be that way - its mission, beliefs, structure and struggles. But the world we live in has a changed a lot since 1844. And really, it's changed a lot since 2014.
So in our final episode we look to the future and ask - what's next?
Guests: G. Alexander Bryant, George Knight, Lowell Cooper, Pedrito Maynard-Reid, Berit von Pohle, Frank Hasel, Kevin Burton, Ken Denslow, Gary Thurber, Joseph Kidder, Dwain Esmond.
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