Learn How to ‘Each One, Reach One’ at Mountain View Conference's Camp Meeting
Story by Liz Bailey
Join this year’s Mountain View Conference (MVC) Camp Meeting, June 16–24, at Valley Vista Adventist Center in Huttonsville, W.Va. There attendees will learn how to become soul winners. The first weekend’s featured speaker will be Kurt Johnson, Bible School director for the Voice of Prophecy ministry. The closing weekend will feature John Bradshaw, president of It Is Written, a media evangelism ministry based in Collegedale, Tenn.
Weekly speakers will include Lynnwood Spangler, who pastors Pennsylvania Conference’s Gettysburg and Hanover churches, and Bradley Booth, a retired pastor from the Minnesota Conference. Liz Iannacone, a member from the Spencer (W.Va.) church, will teach attendees how to make meals for others as a way of outreach.
Music will include The Lesters, a Southern Gospel trio whose family has been serving God through music since 1925, and Two Little Fish, a contemporary Christian band from Elkins and Charleston, W.Va., along with other musicians.
Valley Vista Adventist Center boasts many activities for young and young-minded alike, from horseback riding and ziplining to swimming, hiking, caving, tubing and many more activities. Children of all ages will have meetings throughout the day and into the evening that will nurture their relationship with Jesus.
With this year’s theme being, “Each One, Reach One,” the MVC team prays attendees will leave camp meeting feeling inspired and equipped to go home and “Tell Somebody About Jesus.”