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welcome to the revolution

We believe that creating a “Responsible Revolution” is one of our ultimate dreams within the Center.  We desire to create such a sense of faith in action that, as a community, we will “revolt” against what the world says is success and replace those ideas with thoughts more aligned with Christ.
— Matt Browning

 
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EPISODE ONE - Matt Browning, Associate VP for Local and Global Engagement at APU & Founder of The Responsible Revolution. Hear the origin story, his heart and vision, and invitation for all those ready to Stop Talking and Start Acting.

 

 
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EPISODE TWO - Laurelyn Shaw, our former Sr. Program Coordinator for Action Teams - Before her departure, we met with Laurelyn over several cups of coffee and absorbed all of the knowledge and wisdom we possibly could. Tune in to hear LShaw's perspective on the purpose and impact of Action Teams, the future of Short-Term Missions and the Big C Church, her personal testimony of Faith and Leadership, and as only she can do, a genuine exhortation for the Body of Christ.

 

 
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EPISODE THREE - Ashley Jones, Senior at APU and Student Ministry Coordinator for Local Engagement with CSA - On our first “Issues and Initiatives” podcast, Ashley talks about modern day slavery and what she is doing through a recently launched initiative to mobilize and educate APU students to be modern day abolitionists. Qavah Home Ministry is a Human Trafficking Prevention initiative that provides opportunities for education, intervention, and survivor support.

 

 
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EPISODE FOUR - Andrew Stallmer is a Senior at APU studying Business Marketing and Biblical Studies. For the past two years, Andrew has worked in CSA as an Operations Assistant and this summer, is leading an Action Team to Kosovo. In the episode we discuss everything from Small Groups to Senegal, Office Pranks to Action Teams, and why not… is Julie more of a Kelly or Dwight? You don’t want to miss it. #GoKosovo… thanks Andrew!