Adam Meisner

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Email me at Adam@i5810media.com

Adam Meisner – Account Manager

What’s the most embarrassing song currently in your playlist?
My 5-year-old daughter created a playlist on my phone for when we go out and swing with her sisters. I push them on the swing while we're singing to the tunes. There's nothing better than listening to their little voices belt out songs by Britt Nicole, Hollyn, Moriah Peters and our family favorite, TobyMac.

Who is your favorite storyteller?
I'd vote for Joel Dombrow, lead pastor at our church, Willamette Christian Church. I absolutely love how God inspires his teaching and storytelling. His humor keeps you engaged, and his honest emotion shows his heart for God.

Most amazing encounter with someone in need?
In college, I was a part of a church group that helped a struggling young couple . The husband had lost his job a few months before and was searching hard for a new job. Their first baby was due in a few weeks, and they had no family to help.

This group came together and gave this couple all the items needed for their baby's first year. I won't forget the joy and hope in that young mother’s face.

Why do you do what you do for i58:10 Media?
I truly regard the work that i58:10 Media does as kingdom work. I’m honored to be able to support our ministry partners in raising funds that bring hope to people in desperate need.

Describe your family?
My greatest joy is my family. My beautiful wife, Kristel, and I have three daughters, ages 10, 9 and 5. We are a tight-knit group that loves spending time together. We enjoy getting outdoors and biking, playing sports, camping and hiking, but we also love snuggling up at home with a good movie.

What is one quote that has had a big impact on your life?
Two quotes come to mind:
“Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers.” – Galatians 6:10
“You are valuable because you exist. Not because of what you do or what you have done, but simply because you are.” – Max Lucado