Kaleb Eisele: Humans of Adventism Film — Adventist Voices

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

 

Further Reading:

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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This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://spectrummagazine.org/node/11091
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Thank you for this podcast episode!
And thank you, Kaleb and Justin, for the Humans of Adventism documentary!

I recently found the documentary on youtube and immediately binge-watched all 10 parts + trailer. You made me listen to the life stories of people. I cried, smiled, laughed, wondered, and delved into their different perspectives. Thanks to all of the participants for their vulnerability, their honesty, their courage, their voices!

I can only hope for more Humans of … projects, of many more people, many more backgrounds. This project lets us rediscover “the value of listening” (quote by Kaleb in the trailer) so that we then connect with each other and build bridges instead of barriers.

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