Historic Weekend First Hispanic Camp Meeting Held in Washington Conference

September 01, 2007 | Omar Grieve

Washington Conference Hispanic Ministries presented its first three-day Hispanic Camp Meeting in June. More than 1,000 members attended Sabbath morning.

Armando Miranda, General Conference vice president, was the guest speaker. Miranda made an altar call and many people made decisions for baptisms.

Weekend seminars included the importance of going back to our roots as a church by Pedro Pozo, Florida Conference pastor; practical counsel on family relationships by Rosa Alicia Miranda, a family life speaker; nutrition by Nessy Pittau, Washington Conference health director; and Daniel 11 and 12 by Omar Grieve, Washington Conference Spanish coordinator.

These three days were a blessing to many, and we plan to do it again next year with emphasis on an evangelistic revival.