Southern Oregon Convocation Broadcast by KBLN

The Seventh-day Adventist churches of southern Oregon and northern California were blessed as they joined Don Schneider, North American Division president, May 4 and 5, via Better Life Television in a Southern Oregon Convocation. Better Life Television (KBLN) was not only able to broadcast the messages live into Seventh-day Adventist churches, but also into the homes of our neighbors within an area of 40,000 square miles from the Grants Pass Church where the convocation was being held.

Leaders from the Oregon Conference, bringing their talents to the convocation, transformed the weekend into a area campmeeting, which took the place of the regular Southern Oregon Campmeeting at Milo Adventist Academy.

KBLN wants to expand to include the Benton, Coos, Douglas and Lane counties and is raising funds for a full-power TV station in Roseburg and a low-power TV station in Eugene. Combined, these signals would potentially reach more than 500,000 people. The price for these two stations has been reduced to $2.7 million.

The Oregon Conference has partnered in this evangelistic outreach, which is called Project Oregon, with a $100,000 pledge. Please pray for this evangelistic effort, which is changing many lives and is bringing peace and hope of the soon coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.

August 01, 2007 / Oregon Conference