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Posted: August 9, 2012 7:54 p.m.

Salem Campmeeting to be featured online

This year's Salem Campmeeting will be featured on the Internet at AIBnet.tv from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Aug. 12 through Aug. 18. Two-hour long programs will be rotated throughout the week.

The campmeeting was held in early July and featured internationally acclaimed speakers, Dr. Winston Worrell and Dr. John Huffman.

Dr. Winston Worrell is an experienced evangelist, lecturer, administrator, pastor and preacher in national, international, multicultural, multi-ethnic and multilingual settings worldwide. He serves as director of the World Methodist Evangelism Institute, a ministry of the World Methodist Council and Emory University, where he has served for 19 years.

He has served in ministries in 54 countries around the world. Winston's most recent text is a nine-session training workbook with teachers guide is called, "Becoming More Missional for Christ: An Organizing Model." Winston Worrell and his family are natives of Barbados and they now reside in Norcross.

Dr. John A. Huffman Jr., after 47 years of active local church ministry, was honorably retired by the Los Ranchos Presbytery in 2009 and elected Pastor Emeritus by the congregation of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. He has now re-emerged as a Minister at Large.

During the past 40 years, several thousand of his printed sermons were mailed each week to all 50 states and more than 30 foreign countries.

He has written nine books and recently was active in the world relief justice efforts in Africa, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

Officials of the Salem Campmeeting were very thankful for the opportunity to be featured online.
"The Salem Board of Trustees want to thank the Atlanta Interfaith Network for producing these high quality programs to help spread the gospel of Jesus Christ around the world," said Sam Ramsey, Salem Board of Trustees Chairman. "Please tell your friends, including servicemen around the world."

The Salem Campmeeting was founded in 1828 and is one of the oldest existing camp meetings in the nation and continues to thrive today.

 

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