In Romans 13:11, the apostle Paul encourages us to awake out of sleep with the understanding that we are living at an hour when the salvation of the world is at stake. He states, And do this, knowing the time, that now it is high time to awake out of sleep, for now our salvation is nearer than when we first believed.
Our conference president, Jim Micheff, will open camp meeting with his message Friday evening. Our main speaker for the first Sabbath through Tuesday night will be John Bradshaw, president of It Is Written. Each morning of camp meeting will begin with an early morning worship by Adam Ramdin, the Personal Ministries and Evangelism director for the North England Conference and host of the popular online Adventist history series, Lineage Journey.
Our speaker for the mid-morning meeting will be Philip Samaan, professor emeritus of Applied Theology at Southern Adventist University. Neil Nedley, founder and director of the Nedley Depression and Anxiety Recovery Programs and president of Weimar University, will be the main speaker from Wednesday evening through Sabbath evening to close out camp meeting.
Our prayer and desire are that Camp Meeting will be a spiritual blessing to each one. As we devote a few days to seek the Lord together, may the hearts of old and young be encouraged and strengthened in the service of our Lord Jesus Christ.
*Our Hispanic Camp Meeting will take place at Camp Au Sable, May 27‒29, and our Upper Peninsula Camp Meeting will take place at Camp Sagola, Sept. 9-11.
Please visit the Michigan Conference website for more information: www.misda.org.
Justin Ringstaff, executive secretary, Michigan Conference