2017 Northern Maine Campmeeting of Seventh-day Adventists
Our 2017 campmeeting was concluded August, 2017

On behalf of the Seventh-day Adventist Churches of Northern Maine we would like to invite you to our sixth annual Northern Maine Campmeeting.  The meetings will be held August 22 through 26.
Currently there are 3 main speakers for 2017:
Scott Ritsema, Pavel Goia, and Micheé Badé. Open or download the 2017 Campmeeting schedule (PDF).

Please see our new Videos page for videos from last year's campmeeting.
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Archives for videos of other years' campmeetings.
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All are welcome! The meetings, activities, and food are free. However, donations are gratefully accepted, payable to Caribou SDA Fellowship.

Click for the
2017 Campmeeting schedule (PDF).

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Scott Ritsema

As founder and speaker for Belt of Truth Ministries, Scott Ritsema presents seminars on biblical sexuality, the dangers of entertainment media, and God's incredible blueprint for parenting and education. Recently, Scott launched a second ministry initiative called 11th Hour Dispatch, which seeks to shed prophetic light on the astounding news headlines of the unprecedented times in which we live. Scott produces media for the serious Christian living in these last days at beltoftruthministries.org from rural mid-Michigan, where he also enjoys country living with his wife, Cami, and two boys, Levi and Silas.

Sample Presentation

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Pavel Goia

Pavel Goia knew at a young age that God had called him to ministry. Born and raised in communist Romania, he didn’t find it easy to follow that calling. After drifting during his teenage years, his life took a proverbial turn, and he promised to serve God and fulfill his original calling. His promise was tested almost immediately. The events that ensued are chronicled in the book One Miracle After Another: The Pavel Goia Story, by Gregg Budd. Pavel pursued careers in engineering, private business, and law before finally settling into his calling as a minister. Today he pastors the Lexington Seventh-day Adventist Church in Lexington, Kentucky, and is a member of the Ministerial Advisory Committee for the North American Division, as well as a doctoral candidate at Andrews University. His life continues to be one miracle after another.

Conrad Vine is unable to make this year’s campmeeting due to temporary health issues. In his place we have scheduled Micheé Badé.

Micheé Badé and family

Micheé Badé just completed a 10 year church planting project in Benin and is about to start a project among the people of NW Africa. He has amazing stories that will capture your attention. You can read more about him in past issues of AFM magazine.

Here you can see the
2017 Campmeeting schedule (PDF).