Camp Meeting &
Ministries Convention 2021
Information about speakers at this conference
Akehil Johnson is a young man from Hamilton who currently lives, works and studies in Ottawa, Ontario. He is a young elder at the Ottawa East Seventh-day Adventist Church and also serves in the Ontario Conference Youth Ministries Department as the co-chair for ACF Ministry. In this role, he serves to build and manage a diverse roster of ACF clubs on Ontario’s public campuses, where students are commissioned to “Reach the campus, thus changing the world. Akehil is currently studying history and political science at the University of Ottawa. He hopes to one day graduate with distinction, get married and serve others for Christ. Akehil’s passion for ministry stems from his belief in being a Kingdom Ambassador. He loves to cook, eat, sleep, ride his bicycle and spread the love of Jesus.
Akehil Johnson will be the Wednesday Evening Worship speaker for the Young Adults Section.
W. Derrick Lea
Director of Community Service, North American Division of Seventh-day Adventist
Vice President for Multilingual Ministries, North American Division
Ministerial Secretary of the Northeastern Conference and Pastor of the Village Fellowship Worship Center of SDA (VFWC) Rosedale, New York.
Youth/Young Adult Pastor at Spencerville Seventh-day Adventist Church
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