Northeast Washington
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2018 Schedule
Tuesday
July 24
Wednesday
July 25
Thursday
July 26
Friday
July 27
Sabbath
July 28
 7:00 am
Rhonda Backman
Rhonda Backman
Rhonda Backman
Rhonda Backman
 9:30 am
Melody Mason
Melody Mason
Melody Mason
Bob Folkenberg
11:00 am
 
Phil Mills
Phil Mills
Phil Mills
Lewis Walton
 2:30 pm
Bob Folkenberg
Bob Folkenberg
Bob Folkenberg
3:00 GYC Report
 4:00 pm
Melody Mason
Terry McComb
Phil Mills
3:30 Young Disciple Music and Missions
  6:45 pm
Lewis Walton
Lewis Walton
Lewis Walton
Lewis Walton
Lewis Walton
Lewis Walton is the author of 14 books, the latest of which is The Lucifer Diary, which is a portrayal of the Great Controversy theme as if seen through an angel’s eyes.  His other books include Morning’s Trumpet, Omega, and Omega II.  He is a tax attorney in Marina del Rey, a coastal community west of Los Angeles, and practices with his son.  Prior to becoming a lawyer, he was a newscaster, and reported such stories as the Cuban Missile Crisis and the assassination of John Kennedy.
Rhonda Backman and her husband Bob, live and have their own business in Sandpoint, Idaho. Rhonda loves gardening, sewing, and most of all giving Bible studies emphasizing the righteousness of Christ. She has a passion to know Christ, then to share Him in practical ways with others. She is a volunteer coordinator for BibleInfo.com and has traveled many places around the world teaching children and adults alike the precious message of Righteousness by Faith through the truths of the Word of God.
Melody Mason is passionate about Jesus and about helping people develop a vibrant walk with Him. She is author of the book Daring to Ask for More: Divine Keys to Answered Prayer and speaks worldwide on the topic of prayer and surrender. Currently she is coordinating the United in Prayer program for the world church and assisting with resource development for the Revival and Reformation initiatives at the General Conference in Silver Spring Maryland. Melody loves to write, hike, spend time in nature, and whenever possible, she volunteers her time in overseas missions.

Phil Mills, MD, a '75 alumnus from the Loma Linda University School of Medicine, is dual board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as well as dermatology. For twenty-three years he had a private practice in Wichita, KS serving on the faculty of Kansas University School of Medicine and as medical director of a rehabilitation hospital during many of those years. Currently he practices dermatology in Dalton, GA and in Grants Pass, OR.

Robert Folkenberg Jr. is president of the Chinese Union Mission in the Northern Asia-Pacific Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. He was previously the president of the Upper Columbia Conference.

Terry McComb is a retired pastor and avid naturalist with an enthusiasm for discovering illustrations of the gospel in creation. He has had several articles featured in Creation Illustrated Magazine. He is also an artist and co-author of several books and DVDs on creation. He and his wife Jean have shared nature seminars in churches across North America, as well as in Lithuania and Australia. They presently reside in Cherryville, BC.