Week of Spiritual Emphasis September 16-23

What To Expect:

Living testimonies and Spirit-filled preaching that re-establishes gospel power
Program begins with: Sabbath services and evening presentation
Main focus: tools that equip you to help others, how to avoid and how to be free of sexual addictions, a basic understanding of identity issues. 

This seminar is to help re-establish gospel power. Its main focus is to give you. tools and equip you on how to help others. 
How to avoid getting into, and how to get out of sexual addictions. Through inspiring LIVE testimonies and practical instruction. 

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Our Speakers:

Ron Kelly, DMin

Ron Kelly is the senior pastor of the Village Seventh-day Adventist Church in Berrien Springs Michigan. He is married to Collene, an elementary school teacher; and together, they have four children. Ron enjoys wilderness canoe trips, mission travel, and working with his family and friends. 

Jay Gallimore

Jay Gallimore is a retired minister. He served in pastoral ministry for eighteen years, and also taught practical ministry to seminary students as Directory of Northwest Ministries Training Center. Then he served as Michigan Conference Ministerial Director, Executive Secretary and then as Conference President. He has two workbooks one on Romans and the other on Galatians, along with many articles. Pastor Gallimore graduated from Southern Adventist University with B.A. in Theology and from Andrews University with an M.A. in Religion. He and his late wife, Linda, have two grown children, a daughter and a son. 

Ivonne Restrepo, BS

Ivonne Restrepo is a certified life and health coach and trainer. Bachelor of Health Education, MCC Certified Life and Health Coach, Adventist Christian Coaching Alliance, PCC Mental Health Coaching, American Association of Christian Counselors. She is currently teaching Biblical Mental Health and Christian Marriage and Family and serves as the Health Outreach Coordinator at Hartland College. For 25years she has been training missionaries and lay people in South America, North America, MENAU, England, China and Ukraine. She is an advocate for teaching mental – spiritual health and education in the context of relationship issues and spends much of her time coaching Christian leaders and people going through trauma and abuse in the Christian, Muslim, and LGBT community. 

Neil Nedley, MD

Neil Nedley, MD, is founder and medical director of the community-based and residential Nedley Depression and Anxiety Recovery Programs and Optimize Your Brain. Dr. Nedley is an award-winning practicing physician who also serves as president of Weimar University, a higher education college that houses the NEWSTART program. He has presented and published numerous scientific studies in the medical/scientific literature and is well known as an author, public speaker, and teacher throughout the world. 

Michael Carducci

Michael Carducci co-founder and senior speaker, shares internationally for ‘Coming Out’ Ministries and has a history of gender dysphoria, same sex attraction, sexual and pornography addiction. Living in the LGBTQ+ culture for over 20 years and then going into church culture was a difficult transition for him exploring the intimacy of a loving Creator and Redeemer. As Michael was experiencing Jesus Christ he started to seek victory over addiction and drives that were long established patterns through the love and power of Jesus Christ. Michael speaks about his experience and encourages others on their journey of identity and sexuality into the arms of a powerful and loving Savior.