Nine Baptized at Idaho Camp Meeting

August 25, 2016 | Eve Rusk

Idaho Conference Camp Meeting 2016 was actually an Evangelism Summit. Jose Rojas of MOVEmentum spoke for both the Spanish-language and English-language meetings, which required some time adjustments. Both groups met together on Saturday night, after the baptism of nine individuals.

Francisco Altamirano baptized seven into the Caldwell Hispanic Adventist Company.

Marcia Racehorse-Robles and Brooks Davis, mother and son, were baptized by Rojas and will become members of the Pocatello Church. Racehorse-Robles had been baptized 20 years ago but says, "I fell off the wagon and got run over."

A member of the Shoshone-Bannock tribes, Racehorse-Robles is actively ministering to the Shoshone-Bannock men and women in the justice system of the Shoshone-Bannock Fort Hall Reservation. In the last year, she has been studying her Bible and praying more, and she wanted to recommit her life to Jesus and reconnect with God's last-day church family.

Davis thought about baptism in the 1990s but pulled back and put it off. In the last year, he has sensed the power of the Holy Spirit and sees the events of prophecy coming true in today's world. Davis and his mother serve together in ministering to Native Americans and ask for your prayers for themselves and their ministry.