Mickey Mallory – Denver, Colorado … The Rocky Mountain Conference (RMC) Winter-Spring Ministerial Meeting will be held at the Littleton Seventh-day Adventist Church, March 18-19.

Dr. Michael Campbell, Director for NAD Archives, Statistics & Research, will be the guest speaker. He has published numerous popular and peer-reviewed journal articles about theology and religious history.

Dr. Campbell served as assistant editor of The Ellen G. White Encyclopedia (Review and Herald, 2013), and editor of The Journal of Asia Adventist Seminary (2015-2018). He is the founding editor of the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of Seventh-day Adventism. His most recent book is a Pocket Dictionary for Understanding Adventism (Pacific Press, 2020).

Some of his other recent books include 1919: The Untold Story of Adventism’s Struggle with Fundamentalism (2019), The Ellen White Pocket Dictionary (2018), and he is currently writing a book on the development of Adventist Fundamentalism.

Dr. Campbell co-hosts with Buster Swoopes, Jr., the “Sabbath School Rescue Podcast” which is available online. Probably his biggest claim to fame is that he used to pastor the Montrose Seventh-day Adventist Church, Montrose, Colorado, in the Rocky Mountain Conference.

The second guest speaker is Bianca Madanat. Bianca is based out of the Washington D.C.-Baltimore Area and works at Adventist Risk Management, Inc. as a Customer Care Representative. She will be sharing insights that pastors and local church leaders can put into place for churches and schools to be safe places of worship and education.

Besides the guest speakers, there will be a number of reports from the RMC departmental leaders.

“I am really excited about our upcoming meeting. It will provide our pastors with opportunities for inspiration, professional growth, and fellowship,” commented Mickey Mallory, RMC ministerial director.

—Mickey Mallory is the RMC ministerial director. Photo supplied.