In this one, Jesse & Anthony have the opportunity to interview Michael Nixon, the VP For Diversity & Enrollment at Andrew’s University. Michael walks us through the history of racial conflict in the SDA church, the formation of Regional Conferences, and more. Have a question you want us to discuss? Comment? Maybe you disagree with something we said? Either way, we'd love to hear from you! Shoot us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
On this episode of Sabbath Sneakers we chop it up with Michael Nixon who is the VP of diversity and inclusion at Andrews University. We talk J’s, the hard work of diversity and inclusion, and a jaw dropping Michael Jordan story that started his love for the New York Knicks! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Episode 086 - Do Black Lives Matter? with Michael Nixon
Shawn welcomes his friend Michael Nixon, Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion at Andrews University, to talk about the work of anti-racism both inside and outside the church, Black Lives Matter, and whether disciples of Jesus can participate in such a movement.
Vice President for Diversity & Inclusion at Andrews University, Michael Nixon discusses experiencing racism at the hands of a clergy member as a college freshman and redefining his Christian faith as a result, using a volunteer opportunity as a launching pad for his legal career, and returning to his alma mater to oversee its equity and diversity vision.
Seeing yourself authentically, the power of mentorship, & "endless knowability" - Michael Nixon (#025)
Life Project Podcast
Michael Nixon is the VP of Diversity and Inclusion at Andrews University, a lawyer, and an all-around great guy! Michael talks with Billy about his day-to-day work life and Christian life look like. They discuss such topics as contemplative practices while walking in nature, the role of mentorship and how to pray for a mentor, and what "endless knowability" looks like in the Christian walk. Enjoy!ResourcesRev. Howard ThurmanMeditations from the HeartJesus & The DisinheritedDisunity in ChristCenter for Justice and RenewalPulse CheckTake some time and walk outside in nature (if you are in a city find a park) and utilize the contemplative practices and experience God in those moments of walking.Take some time, and say this prayer. God, reveal to me ways you would want me to change? Reveal to me what I am fighting you about? This is a prayer that will almost always get answered.Psalm 46:10 Be still and know. Michael asks this question and lets put it into practice, “How can God be exalted in the midst of your stillness?” Be still, and exalt God today.
Adventist Voices by Spectrum: The Journal of the Adventist Forum
Our Adventist Voice this week is the prophetic Michael Nixon, Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion at Andrews University. We discuss race, Adventist identity, his work with Ty Gibson on Against the Wall, as well as Michael's background as an attorney and the son of a pastor. He will be at our Adventist Forum conference, leading a panel discussion on Youth, Ethnicity and Adventist Identity on Aug. 31.
A very refreshing podcast with Michael Nixon where we discuss the necessary measures to have civil discourse in the church and in society. Moreover, he shares why it is important to be engaged in the arena of discussion while at the same time being respectful to others and to their beliefs.Follow: Michael Nixon --> @michaeltnixon--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/disruptive-adventism/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/disruptive-adventism/support Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode, Michael Nixon, the VP for Diversity & Inclusion at Andrews University, joins me to talk about our college campuses and what our students can do to help push things forward. If you are feeling frustrated with things going on in your environment, there just might be something valuable and helpful for you in this conversation. Books Michael mentions: Radical Reconciliation by Allan Boesak and Curtiss Paul DeYoung The Very Good Gospel by Lisa Sharon Harper Disunity in Christ by Christena Cleveland Organizations you can get involved in: Adventists for Social Justice Adventist Peace Fellowship Against the Wall Public Affairs and Religious Liberty As always, thank you for listening to The Dip Podcast! If you have any suggestions, feedback, or comments for us, email us at email@example.com Music by: Audiobinger