Prophecy & Medical Ministry Camp Meeting & Reunion
The Prophecy & Medical Ministry Camp Meeting seeks to inform and inspire Seventh-day Adventists with our special prophetic identity and calling in these last days of Earth’s history. As a church, we have a special message to give to the world—the Three Angels’ Messages—and a special work to accompany that message—Medical Missionary Work.
Whether you are a seasoned medical missionary or are just now learning about this divinely inspired work, you will be blessed by attending the Prophecy & Medical Ministry Camp Meeting. Messages will focus on current events in the light of Bible prophecy, our prophetic identity as a people, divine counsel regarding what medical missionary work is and its scope of practice, and the Three Angels’ Messages and their application in our lives and today’s society.
We want you to be refreshed, inspired, and informed so that you can begin or continue to carry on this most important work in these last days of Earth’s history.
We are specifically designing the schedule so that you can have time to reflect, network, and plan as you are challenged by the various presentations.
Theme: Raising the Right Arm
Date: September 17-23, 2017
Location: 30 Uchee Pines Road, Seale, AL 36875
Contact Information: 1-334-855-4764, ext. 7005 | 1-877-UCHEEPINES | [email protected]
Dave Fiedler spent twenty years in Adventist classrooms sharing his love for common sense and history with scholars from fifth grade through college. Since 2008, he has been seeking to learn the combination of practical ministry and evangelistic outreach that the Spirit of Prophecy says will take the gospel to the large cities of the world. Dave has written three books–Hindsight: Seventh-day Adventist History in Essays and Extracts (lessons from Adventist history), d’Sozo: Reversing the Worst Evil (the largely unrecognized history of medical missionary work and it’s irreplaceable role in the final work), and Tremble (the counterfeit “spirituality” of Satan’s final deception). He currently lives in British Columbia, Canada, with his wife, Clarissa.
(Bio coming soon)
Norman McNulty, M.D.
Norman McNulty, MD, is a board-certified neurologist practicing in Lawrenceburg, TN. Prior to starting his neurology practice in Lawrenceburg, he served for two years as a missionary at the Adventist hospital in Trinidad. He served in senior leadership capacities of Advent HOPE Sabbath School and Southwest Youth Conference while in Loma Linda. In his childhood, he lived at Uchee Pines for one year with his family in 1990-1991 and believes strongly that the medical missionary work is the right arm of the third angel’s message. He enjoys studying and speaking about Adventism’s prophetic message and mission in his free time. He is married to Joelle, and they have two daughters, Saralyn and Anneke.
Mark Sandoval, M.D.
Dr. Mark Sandoval obtained his doctorate in medicine (MD) from Loma Linda University, School of Medicine, and then pursued specialty training in Emergency Medicine at Synergy Medical Education Alliance in Saginaw, Michigan. He was subsequently certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine and practiced emergency and urgent care medicine in Michigan. He also received training in Biblical counseling at the same time.
He and his family moved to the island of Trinidad to pursue mission work at the Community Hospital of Seventh-day Adventists, where he was director of emergency medicine and family practice. In Trinidad, he was involved in church & community health education, developing health literature, and radio and TV health programming. Since April 2012, he has been practicing lifestyle medicine at Uchee Pines Institute, in Seale, Alabama. He is currently medical director of the lifestyle center, and president of the institute. He is the proud husband of LeEtta—his wife of 17 years—and father of his five children, Amalee, Anthony, Angelise, Amberly, and Abrielle. He is also honored to be an adopted son of God.
$50 registration fee per adult 13 years of age or older. Children 12 and under are free.
$5.00 per person per meal (Breakfast & Lunch) | $45 (per person for the whole seminar)
$3.50 per person per meal (Supper) | $17.50 (per person for the whole seminar)
Free (Children under 3 years old)
$65 per room per night (Lifestyle Center)
$35 per room per night (Anvwodi – the old lifestyle center)
$25 (dorm room, staff housing)
$15 per night (RV Site)
$10 per night (primitive camping with access to bathroom/showers)
Anvwodi Guest Room – Older facility, smaller rooms, shared bathrooms, central AC/heat, toiletries, on-site laundry, common living room area.
Lifestyle Center Guest Room – New facility, private bathrooms, toiletries, individual AC/heat, free internet, limited telephone services, ice available, on-site laundry, common living room area, direct outdoor access from room, 2 rooms with handicapped-access showers, and 2 rooms with oversized recliner chairs, exercise room.
Dorm – A bed in either the women’s or men’s dorm. You may have one or more roommates and will be sharing a bathroom with others. Most dorm rooms contain two to three twin beds and bathroom is shared between two rooms.
Staff Housing Room – A room or bed in the home of one of our Staff. Size varies. Get to know one of the lovely families on campus.
All lodging options listed below are within 20 minutes drive of Uchee Pines’ campus.
600 Martin Luther King Jr. Par, Phenix City, AL 36869
Hampton Inn & Suites
620 Martin Luther King Jr Pkwy N, Phenix City, AL 36869
1600 East Highway 280 Bypass, Phenix City, AL 36867
Holiday Inn Express & Suites
1702 US 280 Bypass, Phenix City, AL 36867
Super 8 Phenix City
905 E 280 Bypass, Phenix City, AL 36867
More lodging options can be found in nearby Columbus, Georgia. Commute times to Uchee Pines will vary between 30 and 50 minutes, depending upon location.