Kim Kjaer spurned religion during his teenage years but through a series of accidents was led to consider what might lie on the other side of death. While reading a popular book on prophecy, he bowed his head at the author's request and invited Jesus into his life. Through a series of providences, he was guided to the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Here he learned to trust more fully in the unspeakable gift of Jesus Christ. Kim is an ordained Seventh-day Adventist minister and brings with him experience in evangelism and pastoral ministry. Before his work in Christian ministry, Kim was an owner operator of a successful software company. After selling software for almost seven years, God called him to a different kind of sales job. Kim worked with Amazing Facts travelling the United States with his wife, Judy, and speaking to thousands in evangelistic audiences on the books of Daniel and Revelation. After working with Amazing Facts for six years, he joined Potomac Conference, planted a church which he pastored along with a sister church. Kim recently was Executive Director of Blue Mountain Television, a non-profit, television ministry in southeast Washington State. Kim and Judy are the proud parents of their daughter, Annie Morgan. They also enjoy spending time with their four grandchildren, Caleb, Joshua, Daniel and Rebekah.
Ron Duffield is a fifth generation Seventh-day Adventist. His great-great-grandfather attended the 1888 General Conference, and both grandfather and father worked for the church for many years. Growing up in Adventist schools, Ron unfortunately, was not truly converted as a young person and was a nominal Adventist living like the world. Through a series of events while attending Walla Walla Community College and in the years following Ron was lead to see his need of Christ but became a concerned legalist seeking to earn his salvation. About this time Ron was introduced to the subject of Righteousness by Faith in the context of Adventist history, and this began an ever growing personal study into the subjects of Adventist history, Righteousness by Faith, the Latter Rain, etc. Ron attended Weimar College, then served as Men’s hydrotherapy/Massage director for Newstart, and afterward College Librarian. With the help of Dr. Herbert Douglass he started a Heritage Room and E.G. White Study center at the Library. Ron currently lives with his wife and three daughters in Washington, where he works as a Respiratory Therapist at Walla Walla General Hospital. Ron has authored two books: The Return of the Latter Rain, vol. 1 and Wounded in the House of His Friends.
Taylor walked away from God at a young age even though he was raised in a Seventh-day Adventist home. At the beginning of his teenage years Taylor fully threw himself into the things of the world hoping they would bring him the happiness he was looking for. However, after a few years of experiencing all the things the world promoted for a good life, he realized life without God was empty. This began his search of the Bible to truly understand what it means to be a Christian. Taylor's life was dramatically transformed after he gave the Lord permission to work in his life. It has been his passion and privilege to share the powerful, life-changing topics of Scripture to thousands searching for hope in countries around the world. Taylor is currently a pastor in Michigan. He has a passion to help young people understand why they are Seventh-day Adventists, and the joy there is in living a life fully surrendered to God.