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The Carolina Conference Camp Meeting, is a week long religious meeting of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, held at beautiful Lake Junaluska. Lake Junaluska is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
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Virtual Eastern Carolina Camp Meeting • September 19, 2020 Main Speaker:  Ron Halverson, Jr."Waking the Dead!"Produced by Ron Halverson & Washington Adventist Conference
Virtual Eastern Carolina Camp Meeting • September 19, 2020 Main Speaker:  Ron Halverson, Jr.11am — “ Gospel Eyes”Produced by Ron Halverson
In this 2020 Carolina Conference Virtual Camp Meeting video, pastor John Bradshaw of It Is Written speaks on "Seventy Times Seven."The Carolina Conference has been conducting a virtual camp meeting where our speakers are submitting videos of their messages for us to upload.
In this 2020 Carolina Conference Virtual Camp Meeting video, pastor John Bradshaw of It Is Written speaks on "Forgiveness."The Carolina Conference has been conducting a virtual camp meeting where our speakers are submitting videos of their messages for us to upload.
Sullivan Phillips shares a powerful word about God being with us even when it seems like he’s not.
James Burr, has presented lectures on Astronomy from a Biblical Perspective to thousands in churches, youth groups , elementary and high schools, colleges, universities, retirement centers and home-school associations in the U.S.and Russia since the early 1980s.He has also appeared on many international satellite feeds from Three Angels Broadcasting Network (3ABN), Hope Channel and Loma Linda Broadcasting Network (LLBN).Jim is recognized throughout the world for his achievements in telescope design and manufacturing and his design patents for astronomy accessories.
Richie Halversen spent years battling drug addiction and running away from God’s calling before finally experiencing a powerful conversion.Then began many years of recovery and helping others who were struggling with addiction as he had.He now serves at the Bowman Hills Church in Tennessee with his wife and partner in ministry, Brittney, to whom he has been married for 21 years.They have four children: Kaleb, Hayley, Tristen, and Taylor.
Richie Halversen spent years battling drug addiction and running away from God’s calling before finally experiencing a powerful conversion.Then began many years of recovery and helping others who were struggling with addiction as he had.He now serves at the Bowman Hills Church in Tennessee with his wife and partner in ministry, Brittney, to whom he has been married for 21 years.They have four children: Kaleb, Hayley, Tristen, and Taylor.
Robert Folkenberg, Jr. is president of the Chinese Union. He has served across the U.S. as pastor and ministry director since 1990, after earning advanced degrees in religion, divinity, and ministry from both Southern Adventist University and Andrews University. He is the author of two books, Health for the Harvest and Getting Back to the Heart of Adventism, and is fluent in Spanish and Mandarin Chinese. His wife, Audrey, is Adventist mission and development director for the Chinese Union, and they have three grown children: Rob, Randy, and Katie.
Henry Johnson is currently serving Carolina Conference as Youth and Young Adult director.  As this journey continues, his passion is in proclaiming the true God of Scripture through  his true personality--especially to young people and those of non-Adventist perspectives. He longs to see the development of restorative community through discipleship. His motto is: Founded on Scripture and Focused on Jesus.
Robert Folkenberg, Jr. is president of the Chinese Union. He has served across the U.S. as pastor and ministry director since 1990, after earning advanced degrees in religion, divinity, and ministry from both Southern Adventist University and Andrews University. He is the author of two books, Health for the Harvest and Getting Back to the Heart of Adventism, and is fluent in Spanish and Mandarin Chinese. His wife, Audrey, is Adventist mission and development director for the Chinese Union, and they have three grown children: Rob, Randy, and Katie.
Dick Duerksen is a storyteller from the Oregon Conference and a self-proclaimed "Itinerant Pollinator of Grace." During 48 years as an Adventist preacher, pastor, and administrator, he has carried the good news of grace around the world, using narrative-style presentations that bring hope to your heart. Duerksen and his wife, Brenda, have three married children. He is also a professional photographer whose photos help bring calm, peace, and healing into many hospitals and clinical offices.
Robert Folkenberg, Jr. is president of the Chinese Union. He has served across the U.S. as pastor and ministry director since 1990, after earning advanced degrees in religion, divinity, and ministry from both Southern Adventist University and Andrews University. He is the author of two books, Health for the Harvest and Getting Back to the Heart of Adventism, and is fluent in Spanish and Mandarin Chinese. His wife, Audrey, is Adventist mission and development director for the Chinese Union, and they have three grown children: Rob, Randy, and Katie.
Melissa McCoy-Weisner and Eric Vaughn Weisnerhave been married 12 years. They were married to each other previously before divorcing, at which point they both individually sought God and, in the process, found one another in a new light, giving them a passion for marriage and family ministry focused on prayer. Eric is a middle school computer science teacher; Melissa is an English teacher and assistant girls’ dean at Highland Academy.
Robert Banks, aka Pastor Bob, grew up in Connecticut and attended the Methodist Church. His teenagequest to find Christ led him to the Adventist churchand a clear call to ministry. He worked as a pastor in the greater Boston area where he met his wife, Joannie, and has since served as pastor, ministerial secretary, and professor, preaching and teaching on six continents. He and Joannie currently pastor in Virginia.
Richie Halversen spent years battling drug addiction andrunning away from God’s calling before finally experiencinga powerful conversion. Then began many years of recovery and helping others who were struggling with addiction as he had. He now serves at the Bowman Hills Church in Tennessee with his wife and partner in ministry, Brittney, to whom he has been married for 21 years. They have four children: Kaleb, Hayley, Tristen, and Taylor.
Jim Davidson pastored several churches in the Florida and Kentucky-Tennessee conferences before being called to serve in the Carolina Conference as ministerial director, thenexecutive secretary and finally, president. He has served as executive secretary for the Southern Union Conference since 2011. The joys of Davidson’s life are his wife, Bonnie, and their two adult children, Sarah and Jonathan.
Gordon Bietz began his career in Northern California, and has since served as teacher, pastor, and president of the Georgia-Cumberland Conference, recently retiring after 19 years as president of Southern Adventist University. He now serves as part-time director for higher education for the Association of Adventist Colleges and Universities (AACU), a consortium of 13 institutions that collaborate on marketing and enrollment projects. He and his wife, Cynthia, have adult twin daughters and six grandchildren.
Maury Gilmore (left) is a Certified ChristianConciliator who helps Christians to biblically resolve conflict in their personal, family, church, and business relationships. She has served many in the Western North Carolina area. Susan Smith is a restorative justice facilitator and district criminal court mediator with Piedmont Mediation, Inc. She has herown Christian mediation and conflict coaching ministry.
Dick Duerksen is a storyteller from the Oregon Conference and a self-proclaimed "Itinerant Pollinator of Grace." During 48 years as an Adventist preacher, pastor, and administrator, he has carried the good news of grace around the world, using narrative-style presentations that bring hope to your heart. Duerksen and his wife, Brenda, have three married children. He is also a professional photographer whose photos help bring calm, peace, and healing into many hospitals and clinical offices.
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