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The Adventist History Podcast is a monthly program where we tell a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church - from a millennial's perspective. Each episode is carefully researched and then carefully thrown out the window as host Matthew Lucio panics because the deadline is approaching.
What is The Adventist History Podcast?
To date, we've had well over 350,000 downloads from tens of thousands of listeners - and we're just getting started. Matthew has been invited around the world to share stories from our Adventist past. There's even a Russian-language version of the podcast, hosted by Victor Muzica. Agreements have been made for a Spanish and Portuguese version as well. How cool is that?
What's The Vision?It's simple: We believe the Adventist story matters and we want more people to know Adventist history. Your support will help us achieve our goals, which are to:
- NEW! More videos episodes.
- release special episodes each month
- produce books and new-media resources
- create cool swag for young Adventists
- make episodes that go much deeper into parts of Adventist history
- be able to advertise the podcast around the world, including a booth at the General Conference Session in
- ✓ upgrade our technical quality (mission accomplished)
The Adventist History Podcast is for everyone, but we are especially focused on creating new-media resources for younger Adventists.
What's Next?If you love the podcast and support our vision to make Adventist history more accessible, please consider being our patron! Whether you can give a little or a lot, THANK YOU!
Most Patreon rewards give you a one-time gift for your patronage, but our SILVER level rewards will change every year -- so the longer you sponsor, the more unique, Adventist History Podcast-themed rewards you'll get!
You can always like us on Facebook or visit our website to join our mailing list.
Who is the Host?Matthew J. Lucio is an Adventist pastor in Illinois. He first had the idea for the podcast in 2011, but chickened out. He wasn't able to shake the conviction that he should do the podcast, and so he began on October 22, 2014. He has a wife, Laura, and two daughters, Aerith and Arwen.
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Send Matthew to the General Conference vault! Matthew would love to take a special research trip to the vault to study materials that can't be gained any other way. This will make the podcast 37% better. Oh, and this will also help with a book Matthew is writing...
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