Keep Not Silent.

“I have set watchmen upon thy walls, O Jerusalem, which shall never hold their peace day nor night: ye that make mention of the LORD, keep not silence.” Isaiah 62:6

As we near our Savior’s return, we have each been given a specific role to fulfill in order to prepare a people to stand true during the investigative judgement. The fulfillment of this role will not only determine our destiny, but the destiny of those we are called to reach. 

What is your role? How can you fulfill this role? The answers to these questions will be explored and practically answered at our 3rd Annual Red River Outpost Campmeeting– The Time & The Work. Our theme this year will be “Keep Not Silence”. We found this theme to be relevant especially as we witness our religious liberties being threatened. As we see a proliferation of a mental health epidemic with so many secretly suffering, we are admonished to “Keep Not Silence”. As we see prophecy fast fulfilling and the messengers of God unwilling to give the trumpet a certain sound, “Keep Not Silence”.

There will be practical breakout sessions such as end-time gardening, natural remedies demonstrations, food preservation, herbs and remedies, health coaching and more!  

 At the conclusion of the Campmeeting, you will be equipped to “…preach good tidings unto the meek, bind up the brokenhearted, proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to them that are bound; to proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord, and the day of vengeance of our God; to comfort all that mourn; To appoint unto them that mourn in Zion, to give unto them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; that they might be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the Lord, that he might be glorified.” Isaiah 61:1-3

 We pray the Lord will lead you this year so that you too can “Keep Not Silence”.

June 29 – July 3

$35 Registration Fee. Children 12 and Under are FREE.

Meals are available for purchase at registration



Ron Kelly

Ron Kelly

Although I was not raised as a Christian, my mother required me to attend Peoria Junior Academy as a young teenager. This encounter put my feet on the path of life. Through Adventist schools God gave me my life calling, a wonderful friendship in my wife, Collene, and the joy of being a part of the family of God. I am eternally gratefully to the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the myriad of dedicated members who believe that everybody ought to know who Jesus is. I believe in a cross-generational approach to ministry, the power of the out-of-doors to shape lives, and the freedom of obedience to God’s law. Maranatha!

Mercy Ballanrd & Dr. Joyce Cho

Mercy Ballanrd & Dr. Joyce Cho

Dr. Joyce is an ophthalmologist who works in the Pacific Northwest. Through the paradigm of her background as a Seventh day Adventist (pioneers in the health and wellness movement) she brings a Bible-based approach to the practical science of healing.

Mercy and her husband opened the Years Restored lifestyle center and since 2013, the plant based protocol and menus used at Years Restored have helped hundreds of clients find remission and healing.

Narlon Edwards

Narlon Edwards

Narlon and his wife Samantha Edwards has been engaged in full-time ministry and self-supporting work for the last 12 years. They founded Tree of Life Ministries and have helped direct other self-supporting ministries in their formation and growth.  Their one passion is to see the Three Angels’ Messages practically lived out and to develop outpost centers all around the world. Narlon currently serves as the Director of the ‘Total Campus/Community Involvement’ program at Weimar Institute and is the Director of Red River Outpost, strengthened by the hands of his lovely God-fearing wife.

Mark Sandoval, M.D.

Mark Sandoval, M.D.

Mark Sandoval is a board certified physician in emergency medicine and lifestyle medicine. Currently, he serves as the medical director of the Uchee Pines Institute’s lifestyle center, director of the Gulf States Conference health ministries department, and founder of and
He has a passion for God and seeks to serve Him in everything that he does. He particularly enjoys
sharing about the gospel and its impact upon healing, spiritually, emotionally, and physically. He also
enjoys home life with his wife and seven children.


Dr. Thomas Jackson

Dr. Thomas Jackson

Dr Thomas Jackson is the director of M.E.E.T. Ministry, a gospel-medical missionary training ministry located in the state of Tennessee.
Dr. Jackson have been involved with Gospel-Medical Missionary work full-time for 44 years. He has a PhD in Natural Health Science and is a certified Biblical Life-style coach. He has been married for 49 years to Dr. LaVerne Jackson.
He has traveled extensively throughout the United States and internationally conducting health seminars and gospel medical missionary training.

Romone Gibbs

Romone Gibbs

Romone Gibbs is graduate of theology from Ouachita Hills College. He has a deep passion for teaching and preaching about Jesus and helping people understand more of Him in a very practical and intimate way. He is a former canvassing director and student of M.E.E.T Ministry.
In 2017 he became one of the founders of Red River Outpost with the deep desire to see self-supporting work flourish and missionary schools follow more closely God’s blueprint.

Directions and Travel


Campmeeting Location

3276 Pecks Creek Rd, Stanton, KY 40380


If You Are Flying In…

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




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.

(606) 663-4379 

Camping On-Site

We offer FREE campsite spots at our campus, so feel free to bring your tents! Showers, Porta Potty and potable water sources available.

Bring Your RV

We will provide FREE available spots for self-contained RVs on our campus.

4Guys Rv Park

RV Park at the Gorge

10137 Campton Rd, Stanton Ky 40380

(606) 663-4444

Callies Lake & Campground

5515 Campton Rd, Stanton Ky 40380 

 (859) 559-2554

Volunteering Opportunities


Are you interested in helping before and/or during the campmeeting? We’d love to work together with you!

If you are able to come a few days before campmeeting we need volunteers for:

  • Meal Preparation
  • Grounds Preparation

If you would be interested in volunteering during campmeeting we need help with:

  • Registration
  • Meal Check-Ins

If you’d like to volunteer for any of these positions and for more details please contact us at and specify which position you are interested in volunteering for.


Additional Information


Nearby Wholesome Attractions

Near Red River Outpost there are some amazing family-friendly spots to visit while you’re here. Some of those spots include The Ark Encounter and Creation Museum located 1hr and 10mins North from the Outpost.
If you’re looking for a beautiful nature hike, there is the Natural Bridge, located in the Red River Gorge area about 20 minutes away from the Outpost.

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.