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					                CAMP MEETING 2000
                               MAY 26-JU            N E       3

   “From
                W        hether you experience Camp Meet-
                         ing in your local church by way of
                satellite or on the campus of Forest Lake
Generation to   Academy, we hope that Camp Meeting
                2000 will encourage you on the journey
                to Heaven and an eternity with Jesus.
Generation…                    —Gordon Retzer, President


                WHAT DOES CAMP MEETING 2000 OFFER?
  And The
                For Adults           For Kids              For Youth and
                Deepening our        Learning about        Young Adults
  Promise         love for Jesus        Jesus              Peer fellowship
                Seeing old friends   Creative, age-ap-     Sabbath school
Brightens!”     Camping out in          propriate Sab-       and worship
                  tents or RVs          bath worship       Christian con-
                Bible studies        Walk-through            certs and
                Music, music!           programs             comedy
                Daily seminars       Story reading         Wet ’n Wild pri-
                World Mission        Pathfinder Sun-         vate party. Call
                  Report                day: drills,         now for tick-
                Old-fashioned           parade, and          ets: 407/644-
                  Gospel Hour           Bible Bowl           5000 x129.
                Women’s                 championship
                  ministries         Field trips           For Singles
                Men’s ministries     Pool play             Seminars
                Aerobic walking      Arts and crafts       Fellowship
                Pool recreation      Games                   luncheons

                 Live via satellite across Florida and North America
                 at your church or a church near you; at home with
                 analog satellite dishes. Transmisión vía satélite en su
                 iglesia o en una cercana a usted traducida al español.
MORE        IN STORE AT             CAMP MEETING 2000
• Eating watermelon with friends and cooking outdoors. Fellowship
  with brand-new friends and seeing the time-worn faces of older ones.
• Decades-old tradition of family camping in “tent city” or bringing
  your RV for the first time.
• Singled Out For Ministry seminars and get-togethers. Singled Out For
  Ministry is the new name for Adventist Singles’ Ministries.

WE’VE GOT SEMINARS!
•   Study of the life of Jesus by Ben Holdsworth.
•   Health seminar by Dr. Dane and Vicki Griffin.
•   Relationship care by Richard D’Avanzo.
•   Living single in the year 2000 by Dwight Bain.
•   Estate planning by Floyd Powell.
•   Last day events by Marvin Moore.
•   Property development seminar by Cynthia Duncanson.

              CAMP MEETING ACCOMMODATIONS
           Make your reservations now. A 50% deposit is required.
                                                                      Per Night / Nine nights
Tent (cots not included) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10 . . . . $90
   Cots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10 each for the duration of your stay
Private tent site (no water or electric hook-up) . . . . . . . $10 . . . . $40
RV/Trailer site (with air conditioner privileges) . . . . . . $15 . . . . $130
RV/Trailer site (without air conditioner privileges) . . . $15 . . . . $70
Room in Boys’ or Girls’ Dormitory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $40 . . . . $150
   Dormitory accommodations require an additional $25 deposit to cover
room damage and door key, and can be refunded at check-out time.
   Accommodations are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. A
registration form can be obtained from your pastor, or one can be mailed
or faxed to you by calling Aletha Nee at (407) 644-5000 x181. Forms can
also be picked up at the Florida Conference office reception desk. This
form includes the complete list of guidelines for accommodations.


    CAMP MEETING 2000 WILL BE HELD AT
 FOREST LAKE ACADEMY—3909 E. SEMORAN BLVD., FOREST CITY
SPONSORED BY FLORIDA CONFERENCE OF SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS
                CAMP MEETING 2000
                                 MAY 26-JU             N E    3

   “From
                C    ome and enjoy powerful preaching,
                     exceptional music, and timely semi-
                nars, along with Bible study, prayer, and
Generation to   fellowship. All are intended to lift the spirit,
                challenge mediocre Christian experiences,
                deepen our love for Jesus, and focus our
Generation…     minds on His way for our lives in the
                new century. —Gordon Retzer, President

  And The       HERE’S WHAT’S IN               STORE FOR           CAMP
                MEETING 2000
  Promise       • Camp Meeting begins with the evening program on
                  Friday, May 26, from 7:15–9 p.m. The satellite
                  broadcast is 7:30–9 p.m. Evening programs continue
Brightens!”       all week through June 3.
                • On Sabbaths, May 27 and June 3, adult worship ser-
                  vices are 8–9:15 a.m. and repeated 10:45 a.m.–12:15
                  p.m. Sabbath school is 9:30–10:30 a.m. Sabbath
                  school and worship times for children through
                  young adults will be in the Camp Meeting Brochure.
                • The World Mission Report is on the first Sabbath,
                  2:30-4 p.m., and the annual Florida Hospital feature
                  is on the second Sabbath, 3:30–5 p.m.
                • Morning devotionals by Derek Morris are Sunday–
                  Friday, May 28 to June 2, 7–8 a.m.
                • The Bible Study Hour, presented by Jon Paulien, is
                  Monday–Friday, May 29 to June 2, 11 a.m.–12 noon.
                • Daytime seminars are Monday–Friday, May 29 to
                  June 2, 9:15–10:30 a.m. and repeated in the after-
                  noon from 3–4:15 p.m.

                 CAMP MEETING 2000 WILL BE HELD AT
                                FOREST LAKE ACADEMY
                         3909 E. SEMORAN BLVD., FOREST CITY

                                  SPONSORED BY           THE
                  FLORIDA CONFERENCE         OF   SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS
                          CAMP MEETING ON SATELLITE
Every evening meeting and both day-long Sabbath services in the Main
Auditorium (except the early worship service) is broadcast live via satel-
lite by the Adventist Communication Network (ACN). Complete time/
satellite/channel information will appear in a future issue of the ACN
Bulletin. Information can also be found at http://www.acnsat.org/ or by
calling 1-800-226-1119.

                PARENTS’ COOPERATIVE CHILD CARE
On-site child care for children ages 1–6 will be provided in the Boys’
Dormitory Recreation Room, Monday–Friday, May 29–June 2. Hours
will appear in the Camp Meeting Brochure on campus. Child care is free;
however, parents are requested to exchange volunteer time for services.

                                                                   MEALS
The Academy Cafeteria provides lunch every day except Sunday. There is
a nominal fee. Sabbath meal tickets must be purchased in advance. Call
Pat Marshall at the Cafeteria—(407) 862-8411.

      FOREST LAKE BOOK & NUTRITION CENTER
Book center hours will appear in the Camp Meeting Brochure on campus.
There is no Auditorium Sale. Instead, sale prices will be available all week
during Camp Meeting, as well as in the Bookmobile during its summer
schedule. Sale items include 25% discounts on many new book releases.

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CAMP MEETING 2000
Theme: “From Generation to Generation … And The Promise Brightens!”

        May 26–June 3, 2000 • Forest Lake Academy
 3909 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka • Also Live Via Satellite
    Across Florida And North America, As Indicated

FIRST WEEKEND
Morris Venden—associate speaker for the Voice of Prophecy
(VOP) International Radio Broadcast in Simi Valley, California.
VOP airs on 450 radio stations in North America. It’s translated
into dozens of languages and aired by more than 1,000 overseas
stations, including shortwave radio. Venden is an author of more
than 30 books. Tapes of his sermons and books have presented
the Biblical message of righteousnes by faith in dozens of countries. He will
present the evening sermons Friday-Monday, May 26-29, 7:15 p.m., and give
identical Sabbath worship sermons on May 27, 8 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Broadcast
via satellite: evenings, 7:30 p.m., and second worship service only, 10:45 a.m.
SABBATH SCHOOL
Glen Altermatt & Dan Matthews—Altermatt is
adult Sabbath school director at Florida Confer-
ence in Winter Park, Florida. Matthews is speaker
emeritus of Lifestyle Magazine, Faith For Today
Television, in Simi Valley, California. They will
conduct Sabbath school together, May 27 and
June 3, at 9:30 a.m. Broadcast via satellite.
WORLD MISSION REPORT
William Johnsson & Roy Adams—editor and as-
sociate editor of the Adventist Review, Silver
Spring, Maryland. One of the most dramatic mo-
ments of Camp Meeting, this time is packed with
stories videographed from around the planet. Ex-
perience the breadth of the global mission we are
all involved in—even if it’s simply giving offerings to World Mission in a tithe
envelope. Sabbath, May 27, 2:30 p.m. Broadcast via satellite.
MORNING DEVOTIONALS
Derek Morris—professor of preaching and pastoral theology,
Southern Adventist University School of Religion, Collegedale,
Tennessee. “My greatest joy is helping people to realize a life-
changing experience with Jesus Christ,” says Morris. He will con-
duct the morning devotionals, titled, Transformed by the Word of
God, Sunday-Friday, May 28-June 2, 7 a.m.
BIBLE STUDIES
Jon Paulien—professor of New Testament interpretation,
Andrews University Theological Seminary, Berrien Springs,
Michigan. Paulien is a specialist in the study of Johannine litera-
ture—the Gospel of John and the Book of Revelation. He will
present The Gospel in the Book of Revelation during the weekday
Bible Study Hour, Monday-Friday, May 29-June 2, 11 a.m.
TUESDAY EVENING
Rosa Banks—associate secretary and director of human rela-
tions, North American Division, Silver Spring, Maryland. Banks
was one of the organizers of the Church’s women’s ministries de-
partment. She has since developed a Commission for People
with Disabilities, a Sexual Ethics Commission, and a Commis-
sion for the Development of a Multicultural Relationship Model.
She also coordinated a Summit on Race Relations for the Division last year that
focused on racial harmony in the new millennium. She will present the evening
sermon on Tuesday, May 30, 7:15 p.m. Broadcast via satellite, 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS
Richard Neil, M.D.—president, Rilenco Associates in Redlands,
California, a health and human resource consultant company.
Neil takes a special delight in applying spiritual principles and
concepts to mental and physical health issues, helping make his
understanding of the Word of God clear. He presents the
evening sermons on Wednesday and Thursday, May 31 and June
1, 7:15 p.m. Topics: You Ought to be Ashamed of Yourself and
Born Two Times. Broadcast via satellite, 7:30 p.m.
SECOND WEEKEND
Greg Nelson—senior pastor, College View Seventh-day
Adventist church, Lincoln, Nebraska. Nelson’s congregation in-
cludes the students of Union College. Through music and
preaching, he loves to share his picture of a gracious God who
makes a difference in our lives. He will present the evening ser-
mon on Friday, June 2, 7:15 p.m., and give identical Sabbath
worship sermons on June 3, 8 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Broadcast via
satellite: Friday evening, 7:30 p.m., and second worship service only, 10:45 a.m.
SECOND SABBATH EVENING
Gordon Retzer—president, Florida Conference, Winter Park,
Florida. Retzer will present the Sabbath evening service, June 3,
7:15 p.m. “Camp Meeting is a little bit of Heaven as we worship
Jesus together,” he says. “On the last Saturday night of Camp
Meeting, we will again join in a crescendo of praise and worship
as we sing in family unison and allow our hearts to be filled with
passionate love for God.” Broadcast via satellite, 7:30 p.m.
CAMP MEETING 2000
 Theme: “From Generation to Generation … And The Promise Brightens!”

         May 26–June 3, 2000 • Forest Lake Academy
 3909 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka • Seminars Are Available
      On Campus Only—Not Broadcast Via Satellite

THIS YEAR’S SEMINARS AND PRESENTERS
All Seminars—Monday-Friday, 9:15-10:30 a.m.; Repeated 3-4:15 p.m., Except Where Noted



Journeys in the Life of Jesus: An Interactive Study of the
Gospels—Administration Building, Room 101
Ben Holdsworth is pastor of the Tampa Carrollwood and Plant
City Seventh-day Adventist churches in Florida. Learn the “story
behind the story” in the Gospels in this seminar where you’ll dis-
cover what the Gospel writers were conveying to their readers
and to us today.
Monday: The Birth and                    Wednesday: The Parables of Jesus
          Infancy of Jesus               Thursday: The Miracles of Jesus
Tuesday: The Teachings of Jesus          Friday:    The Eschatology of Jesus

Lifestyle Stressors & Simple Stress Solutions—Boys’ Dormitory Chapel
Three-quarters of Americans report being “stressed out” at least
once a week. This seminar will show positive scientific validation
of Biblical principles and the positive benefits of Christian living.
Lifestyle choices do affect the brain, health, mood, immune func-
tions, and stress levels. Dane and Vicki Griffin are president and
vice president of LifeStyle Matters, Inc. in Hot Springs, North
Carolina. They created the award-winning Let’s Eat! for Strength video series.
Monday:       Diet—The Stressing-         Thursday: Mooove Over, Milk
              Out of America              Friday:    Immune Invaders
Tuesday:      Fat … or Fiction?                      and God’s Answer
Wednesday: The Deadly Duo

New Hope: DivorceCare—Administration Building, Room 102
Richard D’Avanzo, B.A., psychology, presents the weekly
DivorceCare seminars at the Forest Lake church in Apopka,
Florida. There aren’t many people around you who understand
the pain your divorce or separation has caused you, your family,
or your friends. You can now begin to rebuild your life.
Monday:      Facing Your Anger          Thursday: Child Care
Tuesday:     Facing Your Depression     Friday:   Forgiveness
Wednesday: Facing Your Loneliness

All printed information is subject to revision. See Camp News on campus for any changes.
Hope for the End Time—Administration Building, Room 106
Marvin Moore is editor of Signs of the Times Magazine in Nampa,
Idaho. His seminar will cover events of the final crisis and show
you how to develop a character that can endure the end time.
   Monday: The Coming Great             Thursday: Does Jesus
             Calamity, Part 1                        Really Give
   Tuesday: The Coming Great                         Victory? Part 1
             Calamity, Part 2              Friday: Does Jesus Really Give
 Wednesday: Does Jesus Really Save                   Victory? Part 2
             Sinners?

Putting Together the Pieces of the Estate Planning Puzzle—
Administration Building, Room 103
Presented by the Florida Conference estate services department.
    Monday: Introduction. Floyd Powell and José LeGrand,
             director and associate director of estate services.
   Tuesday: Wills, Trusts, and Taxation. Julie Kronhaus, attorney.
Wednesday: Transferring Assets Held in Pension Plans, Individual
             Retirement Accounts (IRAs), and Other
             Qualified Plans. Glenn Repple, financial planner.
  Thursday: Estate Administration. Robert Seal, attorney.
     Friday: Investing. Milt Erhart, senior vice president,
             investments, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter.

Church Property Development—H.H. Schmidt Performing Arts
Center, Sunday, May 28, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. only
Cynthia Duncanson is director of the Florida Conference church
property development department. Her seminar will offer expert
advice to congregations preparing to build a church facility. Top-
ics include: budget planning, loan and subsidy qualification, pre-
liminary construction planning, environmental concerns, how to select archi-
tects and contractors, audio/visual needs, landscaping, and quality control.

Singles’ Ministries Seminars—Cafeteria, evenings, 6:15-7:30 p.m.
Teri Haggerty, president of Haggerty Consulting,
Inc. in Tampa, Florida, and Dwight Bain, a na-
tionally-certified counselor for New Life Clinics
in Winter Park, Florida. Haggerty’s expertise is in
conflict resolution, leadership coaching, and ex-
ploring a minstry’s mission, vision, and goals.
Bain is a motivational speaker, talk show host, mental health counselor, and
family law mediator who specializes in emotions and relationships.
    Monday: Celebrating Our Journey—Secrets to How We Have Come This
               Far. Teri Haggerty.
    Tuesday: It’s Never Too Late for a New Beginning. Dwight Bain.
 Wednesday: Finding a Place in This World. Dwight Bain.
   Thursday: Hidden Keys to Mastering Your Emotions. Dwight Bain.
      Friday: Dreams and Destiny—Charting Our Course. Teri Haggerty.

				
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