Gabriela Phillips is the Adventist-Muslim Relations Director of the North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Gaby also leads the Adventist-Muslim Friendship Association (AMFA). In this episode of Adventist Peace Radio, Gaby shares about both this work and the personal journey that brought her to it.
1:55 NAD Adventist-Muslim Relations (Refugee support, interfaith engagement, AMFA)
7:48 Student Groups and Congregations
10:10 Refugee Support
18:03 Gaby’s personal journey
23:47 Four speakers: political, humanitarian, theological, missiological
30:45 Better person because of Muslims
35:19 Religion and violence
39:45 Think deeply; think missiologically
Abraham’s Other Son: Islam Among Judaism and Christianity (Philip Samaan, 2012)
“From Other to Brother: Reaching out to Refugees and to Our Muslim Neighbors” (2-28-17, Gabriela Phillips, NAD website)
“Articles/Videos on Outreach to Refugee and Immigrant Populations in North America” (1-30-17, NAD website)
DONATIONS: Thank you again for joining us for this episode. And I’d like to thank my wife for reading the introduction.
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