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Main Pavilion Speakers

Dwight K Nelson

Dwight K. Nelson has been senior pastor of Pioneer Memorial Church of Seventh-day Adventist on the campus of Andrews University since 1983. He also serves as adjunct professor for homiletics at the Seventh-day Adventist Theology Seminary. Dwight is married to Karen, a registered nurse. They have two children.

Dr. David Jamieson

Dr. David Jamieson has served for the last 16 years as the lead pastor of the Church in the Valley, A Seventh- day Adventist Church and as Director of the Acts of Kindness Society based out of Langley, British Columbia, Canada.
Dr. Jamieson has served as a pastor for 30 years, as well as President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Newfoundland from 1998-2001. He has been interviewed on The Really Living television program hosted by Don Schneider, the 3ABN Network, as well as written articles for the Adventist Review, Ministry Magazine, and Canadian Adventist Messenger.
He has been married to his wife, Shandra, for 31 years and they have four children.


Jonathan Duffy

Jonathan Duffy came to ADRA International in October 2012 from his previous post as CEO of ADRA Australia. Before joining ADRA Australia in 2008, Duffy served as Director of Adventist Health for the South Pacific Division, where he had extensive experience in health promotion and community health development.

Kevin Wilfley

 Kevin Wilfley is the Director for Health & Prayer Ministries for the Washington
Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. In addition to his conference responsibilities
Kevin is a life coach and author. For the past 35 years Pastor Wilfley has served various
churches in the Oregon, Upper Columbia, and Washington conferences.

He has spoken at ministerial gatherings, revival weekends, prayer conferences and camp meetings all over North America and Scotland on the subjects of prayer, the Holy Spirit, spirituality and evangelism. Pastor Wilfley and his wife, Dolly, have three grown children, and five grandchildren.