2018 Northern Maine Campmeeting of Seventh-day Adventists
Our 2018 campmeeting was concluded August, 2018

Friends,

Thank you for your attendance last year. It was a blessed experience. Some say it was the best ever. In any event, we are looking forward to 2018. We plan on having it again at the Baptist Park in Mapleton, Maine on the dates of August 14-18, 2018. Of note, Jeff Sutton will be bringing some of his students with him. He has plans for youth outreach that may begin the week prior to campmeeting. If this interests you or your family, please
contact me for further details.

Blessings,

Wayne



On behalf of the Seventh-day Adventist Churches of Northern Maine we would like to invite you to our seventh annual Northern Maine Campmeeting.  The meetings will be held August 14 through 18.
Currently there are 4 main speakers for 2018:
Christopher Hudson, Eugene Prewitt, Dr. Philip G. Samaan, and Jeff Sutton.

Please see our new Videos page for videos from last year's campmeeting.
Please see our
Archives for videos of other years' campmeetings.
We have a new
Youtube channel. Please visit soon!

All are welcome! The meetings, activities, and food are free. However, donations are gratefully accepted, payable to Caribou SDA Fellowship.

Click to view Campmeeting Schedule 2018 (PDF)





Christopher Hudson
Christopher Hudson

Christopher Hudson travels widely sharing the 3 Angels Messages and the Great Controversy. He has a large audience on youtube and periscope as the Forerunner. He also has created a video known as Leopard Vision which has reached hundreds of thousands and been translated into several different languages. He also shared 2 interviews with Angus T. Jones that brought him into the world spotlight. We were blessed with his presentations in 2016 and look forward to his messages in 2018. Remember: “The truth is the truth!”


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Eugene Prewitt

Eugene Prewitt

Eugene Prewitt travels extensively leading canvassing teams, and lecturing at churches and youth conferences. His associations with AudioVerse.org and the Generation of Youth for Christ have brought his teachings within the reach of an ever growing audience. For this he is thankful, taking consolation in the fact that where the Bible has been planted a sure and holy harvest will be reaped.
He has a website filled with Adventist apologetics at
Bibledoc.org. Eugene has written “I want to know what is true. I am almost always studying several Bible themes, and I write as part of my method of study. That is how this collection of documents has come into existence. May these studies be a blessing to anyone confronting the same questions and issues in their life that I have confronted in mine.”

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Doctor Philip G. Samaan
Dr. Philip G. Samaan

Dr. Philip G. Samaan is currently a professor in the School of Religion at Southern Adventist University in Tennessee. He was a former professor in the Theological Seminary at Andrews University in Michigan, a missionary in Africa, and a previous chief editor of the Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide at the General Conference in Maryland. He is the author of several books including: Christ's Way to Pray, Christ's Way of Affirmation, Christ's Way to Restoration, Christ's Way to Spiritual Growth, and Christ's Way of Making Disciples.
{Biography taken from the
Adventist Book Center}

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Jeff Sutton

Jeff Sutton

Jeff Sutton is the head of an organization called MOVE. MOVE (Missionary Outreach And Volunteer Evangelism) offers a three month course in evangelism and in one of the following trades: health, education, mechanics, agriculture, or construction which when combined create effective outreach . All students will be trained in and participate in personal and public evangelism and unconventional trade focused evangelism to make bible work lived out in every manner of life. The course curriculum incorporates significant hands on learning and real world practical application in conjunction with classroom training. After the initial 3 months of training in Belize there is another 6 months of “training” as actual missionaries to finish the program. MOVE will, in-conjunction with the students, provide calls and placements for the students. The courses are designed in such a way that they will be taught by volunteers.
Jeff has been serving in the mission field for 13 years as a pilot, high school director, builder, and project coordinator. For the past 5 years he has founded and established our training center, MOVE, which is a supporting ministry to the Belize Union of Seventh-day Adventists. He has a wife and three kids, all of which have been born while serving in the mission field. Jeff studied theology at Southern Adventist University.

Click to view
Campmeeting Schedule 2018 (PDF)