CAMP MEETING

CAMP MEETING 2020

Mark your calendars for Camp Meeting 2020

Join us on the campus of Blue Mountain Academy for camp meeting beginning Tuesday, June 9-Sabbath, June 13, 2020. It’s a shorter week in order to provide our pastoral team the opportunity to attend the North American Division ministerial conference before General Conference session, but it will be a powerful few days of worship, seminars, music, and fellowship for children, youth and adults.

Speakers include:

CA Murray is a member of 3ABN’s board of directors, and has recently retired from his 3ABN Proclaim! Network general manager and 3ABN Today producer positions. An ordained minister for over 27 years he spent most of his ministerial life in New York City and worked extensively with the media as a writer, producer, consultant and host of television and radio programs for the Adventist church. He has authored three books, and now lives with his wife Irma in Panama.

Founder and speaker for Belt of Truth Ministries, Scott Ritsema is passionate about sharing the truth about God, the truth about media, and last-day ‘present truth’ wherever God leads. Join him at fall camp meeting as he effectively exposes Satan’s last-day strategy to prepare the world for his final deception. This message is vital for everyone to hear. It will help you understand part of Satan’s strategy in the last days and how to best protect yourself, your family and behold something better in the character of Christ.

Scott lives in rural mid-Michigan, where he also enjoys country living with his wife, Cami, and two little boys, Levi and Silas. Learn more at beltoftruthministries.org.

Yves Monnier, It Is Written Evangelism Director. Yves Monnier has been the director of evangelism for It is Written since 2011. As such, he oversees and coordinates all of It Is Written’s evangelistic projects around the globe. In addition, Yves is passionate about training people in becoming effective laborers in the Lord’s vineyard.

Denis Fortin is professor of historical theology at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, Andrews University, in Berrien Springs, Michigan. Born in Quebec City, Canada, Fortin received a Bachelor of Arts degree in pastoral ministry from Canadian Union College (now Burman University), Alberta. He earned a Master of Divinity from the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary of Andrews University and a Doctor of Theology (PhD) from the Université Laval, Quebec. He currently also serves as teaching pastor of the One Place Fellowship on the campus of Andrews University.

Fortin has authored many publications on Adventist history and theology. His latest publications include a Bible study guide, Oneness in Christ, on unity in the Church and a companion volume One in Christ: Biblical Concepts for a Doctrine of Church Unity. His annotated 125th anniversary edition of the Ellen G. White classic, Steps to Christ, received widespread support and praise.  He is also co-editor of The Ellen G. White Encyclopedia. Forthcoming publications include a biography of Adventist church leader George I. Butler.

Vicki Griffin is the Director Lifestyle Matters and the Director of Health Ministries for the Michigan Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.  The health outreach programs she has produced include: Fit & free! Building Brain and Body Health seminarsBalanced Living PowerPoint and Video Series; and the Lifestyle Matters Health Intervention Series.  She is the Editor of Balance magazine and Balanced Living tracts.

Vicki has authored numerous books and teaching materials for community health education.  Her books for the Lifestyle Matters series include Diet and Stress: Is What you’re Eating, Eating you?; Foods for Thought: Nutrition’s Link with Mood, Memory, Learning, and Behavior; and Living Free: Finding Freedom from Habits that Hurt.  She has authored 3 cookbooks which feature easy, fast, economical and nutritious plant-based recipes.  

As a science writer, her special area of interest and research is lifestyle stressors and simple stress solutions; that is, the relationship between diet, lifestyle, stress mechanisms, addictions, and brain health.  She has conducted numerous nutritional labs worldwide and specializes in economical, easy, plant-based recipes.

Vicki has a Master’s degree in Human Nutrition; a Master’s degree in Public Administration; and a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work. She is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the American College of Nutrition.

Musician

Scott Michael Bennett is an inspirational young singer whose sincere goal is to dramatically inspire people of all ages to reach for a higher life with God as its center and other people as its focus. He has traveled across the United States sharing moving concerts in churches, gymnasiums, and performing arts centers. His music has traveled the country and even taken him to Hawaii, and the Cayman Islands. He has shared concerts with nearly 600 teenagers and their staff at a youth retreat in Grayling, Michigan. He has been featured on It Is Written, Three Angels Broadcasting Network (3ABN) Hope Channel (HopeTV), SafeTV, Olelo Studios (Hawaiian Channel), and Amazing Facts.

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Watch our Main Worship Presentations

Want to watch on of our main worship presentations again? (Or for the first time?) Click a link below to go directly to sermons presented during camp meeting.

Listen to our Main Worship Presentations and our Weekday Seminars

Listen to and/or download audio recordings of our main worship services and our weekday seminars.

John Earnhart

Bible Marking and Bible Memorization

John Earnhart

Finding Jesus in Prophecy & Revelation

DeeAnn Bragaw

Anchored: A Solid Guide to a Deeper Walk

Al & Bonnie Navarro

Planning for Eternity

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