Emanuel Baek is an international seminar presenter, having traveled to over 30 countries spanning five continents, preaching the gospel to thousands of people and helping them find hope, courage, and a greater understanding of the Bible, especially in the area of prophecy.
A former college lecturer, his dynamic style and passion for the Bible make him a compelling speaker who will draw you to a better understanding of truth. He specializes in presenting to those who are unfamiliar with or have had no background in Bible prophecy. Emanuel and his wife Keala, an avid surfer from Hawaii, have three young sons named Isaac, Newton, and Asher.
First Sabbath Evening: Prophecy's Countdown
Sunday Evening: God's Great Judgment
Monday Evening: Satan's Secret Strategy
Tuesday Evening: The Mark of the Beast
Wednesday Evening: Revelation's 1000 Years of Peace
Thursday Evening: Revelation's Two Women
Friday Evening: The Scarlet Harlot
Sabbath Morning: The Third Saddest Story in the Bible
Elder Larry Moore graduated from Southwestern Adventist University and Andrews University. He is married to Jeannine Moore, a nurse, and has two married daughters. He pastored churches in the Arkansas-Louisiana, Arizona and Texas Conferences. He served as president of the Nevada-Utah Conference and is presently the President of the Southwestern Union Conference which includes Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.
Larry Moore is scheduled for the first Friday evening and will be our Featured Speaker for our First Sabbath Morning.
Featured Speakers, Second Weekend
Elder John Moyer is the President of the Oklahoma Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. He likes to visit with people and make Jesus real. With his wife Donna he has 5 biological children, 6 adopted children, and 14 foster children whom they have cared for over the years.
2nd Sabbath - 7pm
Elder Duane McKey is passionate about helping others to know Jesus as their best friend. Duane serves as a Vice President for the Southwestern Union as well as directs the departments of evangelism and ministerial. Duane received his M.Div and D.Min degrees from Andrews University. Duane and his wife Kathy McKey want more than anything else for Jesus to come so we can get off of this old “ball of mud” and go Home. They have two children, Bracken and Denae, and three intelligent and handsome grandsons.
2nd Sabbath: 3:05pm
Featured Speakers - Weekday Morning Speakers
Dr. Ivan T. Blazen
IVAN T. BLAZEN, MA, MDiv, PhD
Professor, School of Religion
Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California
Doctor Ivan T. Blazen, an ordained minister of the SDA Church, is Professor of Biblical Interpretation and Theology at Loma Linda University. He also taught at Pacific Union College and for many years at the SDA Theological Seminary as Professor and Chair of the New Testament Department.
Dr. Blazen did extensive graduate work at Andrews University and the SDA Theological Seminary, Union Theological Seminary in New York City, the University of Heidelberg in Germany, Drew University in Madison, New Jersey, and Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, New Jersey, where he received his PhD degree. In addition to his teaching, writing, and other scholarly interests, Dr. Blazen is a frequent speaker at church services, campmeetings, worker’s meetings and other church functions. He also appears on the weekly Adventist TV program, “Searching for Answers.” Two of his major concerns are to give the Bible a fair hearing in its own time and place, and to apply Biblical teaching to the practical concerns of everyday life.
Ruthie Jacobsen has served as Director of Prayer Ministries for the North American Division since 1995. Before coming to this position, she and her husband, Don, were in the Oregon Conference where he was president, and she was director of Women’s Ministries.
She is a wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, nurse, and teacher. As a nurse, most of her professional career was in Nursing Education and Nursing Service Administration. She holds RN, BS, and MA degrees.
For ten years, she hosted a weekly talk-show on 3ABN television titled, “When God’s People Pray,” where invited guests shared experiences of God’s faithfulness and answered prayer. She has conducted prayer conferences across North America and in more than twenty other countries.
She is a member of the U. S. National Prayer Committee and the Denominational Prayer Leaders’ Network.
Ruthie has written and contributed to scientific and other journals and has authored seventeen books.
Theme: 5 Secrets for Peace In a Storm
Dr. Eddie Ramirez, MD
Dr. Eddie Ramirez MD, (@EddieRDMD) is a passionate lifestyle physician with experience in many lifestyle centers in 26 countries.
He enjoys teaching one on one as well as larger audiences about the blessings of the true remedies and the hope of the life beyond this world. He currently works with Dr. Neil Nedley in Ardmore, OK and enjoys research, clinical medicine and lectures frequently in various conferences and media. He is happily married to Susan and they have 3 lovely and energetic girls. Theme: Are you running out of juice? Practical ways of optimizing your physical, mental and spiritual "charge".
We will deal with things that interfere with our health (discharge our battery) [diabetes, obesity, inflammation, lack of exercise, mental health, etc] and what lifestyle modalities, have been proven to improve our health and vitality.
Paula Reiter, is the Director of the Nedley Depression and Anxiety Recovery Program and Manager for the Nedley Clinic. As director, she coordinates all aspects of the Nedley 10-day Residential Depression and Anxiety Recovery Program. She holds training programs and speaks to audiences worldwide.
She has coached countless depressed individuals and dedicates much of her life to helping others overcome depression. Paula lives with her husband, Randy, on their farm in Era, Texas. They have three grown children and six grandchildren.
Featured Speakers - Weekday Afternoon Speakers
John Anderson was born and raised in San Diego, California. After attending the Academy there, he went to Pacific Union College, where he graduated with degrees in Theology and Biblical Languages. He graduated from Andrews University in 1979 with a Masters of Divinity Degree. He began his ministerial career in Southeastern California Conference in 1974.
John has authored two books, both published by the Review. Investigating the Judgment was released in 2003 and focuses on the Biblical evidence for the unique Adventist doctrine of the Investigative Judgment. In 2012 Three Angels, One Message was published, highlighting Revelation 14:6-12.
John currently pastors two churches, one in Valley Center and the other in Clairemont, San Diego. John enjoys writing, music composition and gardening. He and Sandy live in San Marcos, California.
Theme: “Three Angels, One Message.”
Titles: "Give Him Glory;"
"The Mysterious Fall of Babylon;"
"The Saving Message of the Third Angel."
Don Jacobsen D.Min
Don Jacobsen DMin. is husband to Ruthie, father of two sons, grandpa to two adult granddaughters, and a three-time great grandpa. He has spent more than fifty years counseling and coaching parents and kids. Don is an educator, clergyman, certified parent coach, and much sought-after speaker, having spoken on the subject of family values in most of the states of the US, across Canada, and in scores of overseas venues.
He holds two masters degrees, and earned his doctorate from Howard University in Washington, DC, and has taught on university campuses in the DC-area as well as in Michigan, Ohio, California, and Singapore.
Don’s third book, Rare Kids; Well Done, dealing with the development of moral values in children, was recently released. He has written scores of articles for educational and religious journals and currently writes a syndicated weekly newspaper column on parenting.
Don is also a member of the American Christian Leadership Council; he brings a wealth of experience in the teaching of parenting skills and an extensive background in Biblical studies to the parenting discussion.
Theme: “Rare Kids, Well Done”
Dr. Jud Lake
Dr. Jud Lake, Th.D., D.Min., is Professor of Preaching and Adventist Studies in the School of Religion at Southern Adventist University, where he has taught since 1997. He is a contributor to the Ellen G. White Encyclopedia, and author of numerous articles on preaching and Ellen White studies, including the book Ellen White Under Fire (2010). Presently, he is working on another book, The Civil War Visions of Ellen G. White, to be released in 2015.
Theme: The Legacy of Ellen G. White
Sunday: Her Legacy as a Person
Monday: Her Legacy as a Prophet
Tuesday: Her Legacy as a Writer
Wednesday: Her Legacy Under Attack
Thursday: Her Legacy and the Civil War, Part 1
Friday: Her Legacy and the Civil War, Part 2
Elder Tony Moore was born in Orlando, FL and has been a committed follower of Jesus Christ since 1972 when he was converted at a Rolling Stones concert in Charlotte, NC. He has served as a Bible Instructor, Church Planter, Pastor, Pittsburgh Project Coordinator and Senior Pastor of the Shadyside Church, Senior Pastor of a large multi-staff church in southern California, and NAD Evangelism Ministries Director for It Is Written.
On January 1, 2004 Tony launched the Biblical World, a media ministry dedicated to creating fresh witnessing materials to communicate the Lordship of Jesus Christ and the great Advent Hope to people living in North America. Tony now serves as the Speaker and President of The Biblical World.
Tony is married to Helen Cooper and they have two married children. Their son Stephen lives in Southern California where he founded and operates Helen’s Kitchen, an organic natural foods company named after his mother. Their daughter Stephanie is on the pastoral staff of the Visalia Church in California. Tony and Helen live in Southern California where their ministry is based and have two wonderful grandchildren.
Theme: Biblical World: Tracing The Footsteps Of Jesus
A Fresh Look at the Passion of Christ
Sabbath – In The Fullness of Time
Sunday – Stories Jesus Told
Monday – Reclining at the Table
Tuesday – The True Passion of the Christ
Wednesday – Was It A Morning Like This?
The Kings Heralds Quartet
The internationally acclaimed KING'S HERALDS quartet brings to the stage an eighty-seven year heritage in gospel music. Founded in Keene, Texas in 1927 by four young college students, the group has come to be recognized world-wide for their blend and musical expertise. Current members of the quartet are Don Scroggs, First Tenor; Jared Otto, Second Tenor; Russell Hospedales, Baritone and Jeff Pearles, Bass.
The KING'S HERALDS perform in a variety of musical styles, making them a favorite with audiences of all ages. Their rich blend, harmony and balance as interpreted through their well-know a’capella singing creates a rich musical experience.
Thirty-one men have been a part of the KING'S HERALDS quartet since its foundation in 1927. They have recorded in 30 languages, on over 100 albums and toured over fifty countries. Their music is treasured by people all over the world, from the highlands of Papua New Guinea, to the steppes of Russia, to Santiago in Chile.
Nightly through Thursday
Thousands worldwide have witnessed the grace and passion of Jennifer's ministry. From her first church solo at age three, to her roles in opera, to regular appearances on religious television and worldwide satellite programming, Jennifer continues to inspire listeners around the globe. In addition, her five CDs can be heard on radio and have become inspirational favorites.
This former Tennessee girl who regularly sang specials for church with her two older sisters found herself exploring music and the stage early in life. Over the past decade, her stages have changed from a hometown church to major halls around the world, including the Manhattan Center, St. Louis Busch Stadium, PICC….and the list goes on.
2nd Sabbath Concert 2pm
2nd Sabbath Evening