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Prepare to Meet Thy God.

There is an old saying that says “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” Our focus for this years annual “The Time & The Work” campmeeting will be “Preparation”. We will be focusing on the preparation for what is just ahead.

Said the angel, “Get ready, get ready, get ready. Ye will have to die a greater death to the world than ye have ever yet died.” I saw that there was a great work to do for them and but little time in which to do it. – {EW 64.1}

God wants us to be prepared physically, mentally and spiritually. What does that preparation look like practically? Join us for spirit-filled messages and workshops on Prayer, Bible study, mental health, agriculture, food preservation, natural remedies and more! It is our prayer that we all will be prepared to stand true to God during the final test and to be one with Christ in the crisis.

Prepare to meet thy God, O Israel. — Amos 4:12

June 30 – July 4

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

Meals are available for purchase at registration

Topics Include:

 

Agriculture 101

In this workshop you will learn all about how to start your garden, sustain your family and also bless your community. More importantly, you will learn how this is a means for the harmonious development of body, mind and soul.

Strengthening Prayer Life

Prayer is the breath of the soul, yet too often we go about our days suffering from want of communion with God. In this session you will learn ways to strengthen your prayer life on a day to day basis. 

Mental Wellness

Our minds are constantly under attack from numerous sides. Depression, anxiety, worry, fear and anger are more and more common— even amongst God’s people. This year, we will focus on tools in God’s Word that will empower us to win the battle over our minds. 

Food Preservation

Food preservation is a valuable skill we all should know. It is especially important in preparation for what’s coming ahead. In an hands-on way, you will learn the different methods available. (Bonus…It is also a great family activity that brings everyone together!)

How to Study the Bible

If you ever feel like sometimes the Bible seems hard to understand, dry, and hard to find answers, in this session you will walk away with a deeper knowledge on how to use your sword and you will also learn how to answer the most difficult questions about your faith.

Natural Remedies

God has given us countless herbs for healing. Learn all about “God’s Farmacy” and use these natural remedies for you, your family and others in need.

Speakers

 

Steve Dickman

Steve Dickman

Steve Dickman currently serves as the president of Harbert Hills Academy in Savannah Tennessee. He also serves as the President for ASI National, and The Layman Foundation, and serves as Board Chair for Outpost Centers International. In addition, he is serving on the Advisory Committee for Philanthropic Services for Institutions, LifeTalk Radio and Pathway to Health. Steve has a passion for helping organizations
follow best practice and plan strategically to enhance their effectiveness.

Dr. Isaac Olatunji

Dr. Isaac Olatunji

Isaac Olatunji Jr., PhD has pastored in the Southwest Region and South Central Conferences of Seventh-day Adventists, and is currently is pastoring in the Gulf States Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Dr. Olatunji is currently a professor of Religion and Theology at Oakwood University. He is also Director/Speaker of Project Latter Rain Ministries fostering revival and reformation through youth ministry, evangelism, church growth, leadership/motivational training and medical missionary work.  He is the author of the motivational book, “You Can Fly Beyond The Sky” teaching motivational principles based on the word of God for peak performance and ultimate success.

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 HealthbytheBook.org and
www.BetterLivingCreations.com.
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

Lodging

 

Hotels

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.

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 info@redriveroutpost.org 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.