Michelet William, Nathan Brown, Lisa Diller, and Jeff Boyd discuss Lesson 5 of the SDA Quarterly—The Cry of the Prophets (July 27–August 2, 2019).
Michelet William (MSA, MDiv) is currently pursuing his PhD in Mission and Ministry at Andrews University. He and his wife, Tamara E. William, are from Haiti, but temporarily live in Berrien Springs, Michigan. Michelet has 20 years of experience working with international humanitarian organizations such as ADRA, World Vision and Plan International, and is the founder of Team in Action to Save Kids (TASK), a ministry focusing on children’s needs in Haiti and Mali. He is currently looking for opportunities to work as a pastor and/or teacher.
We would like to thank ADRA, Signs Publishing, and Adventist Record magazine for supporting this quarter’s lesson study and for promoting this podcast. Visit ADRA.org to learn more about ADRA, the international humanitarian arm of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Their work centers on delivering justice, compassion, and love through community development projects and emergency response in more than 130 countries around the world.
- The Least of These: Ministering to Those in Need (Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide, July–Sept 2019). Available: Local Seventh-day Adventist church, Online, App (Google Play | iTunes).
- Find more resources at AdventistPeace.org/Quarterly.
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