Narlon and Samantha Edwards
Red River Outpost Founders
Narlon and Samantha have a deep burden for Outpost work. With a wealth of experience in Bible work, medical missionary work, literature evangelism and church planting and growth, he and his wife started Tree of Life ministries and Red River Outpost and recently founded SOWN foods, a health food industry.
Red River Outpost Assoc. Director
Romone has dedicated his life to this work since 2012. He was a former canvassing director and medical missionary student at M.E.E.T ministry, the place where his deep passion for Outpost work began. After years of deep study of God’s blueprint for Outpost work he helped start Red River Outpost.
Dr. Thomas Jackson
M.E.E.T Ministries Director
Dr. Jackson has a Ph.D. in Health Science (Preventative Medicine) and is a Christian Hygienic Practitioner, a Gospel-Health Evangelist, and Christian Health Educator with 30 plus years of experience. He and his wife are the founders of M.E.E.T ministries. He will be presenting on how to start a home sanitarium.
Gabriel & Vonnelle McClover
The Vineyard Cafe
Owners of the Vineyard Vegetarian Café in Summerville GA. Their family has worked with hundreds of individuals over the past 4 years — educating them about plant-based nutrition to help prevent and reverse chronic lifestyle diseases. Their family business/ministry is combining agriculture, restaurant, and medical missionary work.
Red River Outpost Farm Manager
Since 2015, Steven has had a passion for the integration of true education, agriculture and evangelism. He intensely passionate about demonstrating the link between heaven and earth in the garden. He has dedicated himself to this work not only for the purpose of fulfilling a position at Red River but for the rest of his life as a domestic missionary or in foreign fields.
KY/TN Conference Publishing Director
Rocky has been involved in the literature evangelism ministry for over 40 years. He has been also part of the founders for Red River Outpost. He desires to see an army of youth rightly trained for God. He has extensive experience in training successful canvassers for God as the publishing director of the KY/TN conference. Come learn about this important finishing work and how it can help you become self-supporting.
Location & Environment
The Camp-meeting will be located at Red River Outpost
3276 Pecks Creek Rd, Stanton, Kentucky.
Red River Outpost is surrounded by beautiful mountains, with plenty of running creeks and various caves. Come prepared for an amazing summer outdoor camping experience at our campus during the camp-meeting.
We are close to some beautiful nature attractions such as the Red River Gorge and Natural Bridge which can be visited and enjoyed. The Red River Gorge is one of the greatest nature attractions on Kentucky and the camp-meeting is located at about 20 min drive from it.
Getting Here and Lodging
Bluegrass Grass Airport (LEX) 1 hour drive from Red River Outpost
Louisville International Airport (SDF) 2 hours away
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) 2 hours away
3276 Pecks Creek Rd, Stanton, KY
Camping at Red River: We offer FREE campsite spots at our campus. We do not provide shower facilities. Porta Potty and potable water sources available.
Abner’s Motel in Stanton, KY: 15 minutes away. Prices range from $65/night to $90/night. Options for kitchenette, various sizes of beds and free WiFi available.
We provide friday lunch and sabbath lunch for a small fee.
We will also provide fire pits to cook with for those that have their own food. A portable camp-stove is highly recommendable to bring.
Our Red River Market will be selling baked goods such as bread and granola on our campus.
Kroger is about 20 minutes from Campus. A communal camping kitchen will be provided.
Bring your RV
We will provide FREE available spots for self-contained RVs on our campus.
What to Bring?
Bible, notebook, writing instruments, food for your family, cooking implements (propane stove, pots/plates, eating utensils – fire pits available), dish soap and sponges, tent or RV (unless staying in town), sleeping bags, blow-up beds, pillow, weather appropriate modest clothing, hat, light jacket, hiking shoes, gardening gloves, personal toiletries, water filter (optional).
DO NOT BRING: Pets and firearms.