Published on:

21st Jun 2020


Welcome to Enough Room.

We are Dan and Jo.

We are an interracial gay Christian couple based in Sydney Australia.

In amongst holding down full time jobs, catching up with people and planning a wedding in 2020, we have managed to record a podcast.

While the story of an Interracial gay Adventist couple might not be unique, it is one of the many diverse stories and lived experiences that can be found in the family of God.

We'd love for you to join us for about 20 to 30 minutes per week as we journey together and navigate our way through some important topics, conversations and life.

Subscribe and follow us on Instagram and Facebook to be notified when our first episode drops.

There is Enough Room here to know, to love, and to be.

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About the Podcast

Enough Room
We are a gay Christian Adventist couple who believe that there is enough room for all in the family of God, no matter what our differences may be. We share stories and voices you may not always hear within our churches. We pray this creates positive conversations of hope and we pray that you may find a place here to be known, to be loved and to be...

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About your hosts

Daniel Laredo

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As a fourth generation Adventist, Daniel has never known life outside the church. He has a Bachelor's degree in music, biblical languages and media production. With much prayer and study, Daniel came to an affirming theological perspective after years of involvement with change ministries. He hopes to encourage others who are on their own journey of discovering their identity in Christ.

Jokatama Prasad

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Born and raised in the church, Jo never expected to find himself being pushed out by it. While Jo’s journey of self acceptance and a search for belonging has been challenging, it led him to find a loving God who was far greater than the sum of his painful experiences and hurt and a return to the church of his childhood. He hopes that all will be able to experience, as he has, a love that not only transforms them but also changes the way they see others.