Jay Gallimore retired as president of the Michigan Conference in January 2018. Previously he served as Conference Secretary and Ministerial Director of the Michigan Conference. He has served as Director of Northwest Ministries Training Center for the North Pacific Union Conference, Associate Ministerial Director in the Kansas-Nebraska Conference and as a pastor in both Kansas-Nebraska and the Carolina Conference.
Ty is Cco-director of Light Bearers, and pastor of Storyline Adventist Church in Eugene, Oregon. A passionate communicator with a message that opens minds and moves hearts, Ty teaches on a variety of topics, emphasizing God’s unfailing love as the central theme of the Bible. His most recent work includes the digma.com video project and the Truth Link Bible study series and web-course at truthlink.org. He has authored nine books, including, A God Named Desire, and his latest book, "The Sonship of Christ". Ty and his wife Sue have three adult children and two grandsons.Website: Light Bearers
Ivor Myers is pastor of the Campbell SDA Church in San Jose, CA, and Speaker/Director of Power of the Lamb Ministries. He is dedicated to spreading the three angels’ messages, uplifting Christ as our hope of salvation, and teaching how to become new creatures in Christ. Ivor co-hosts Battles of Faith on 3ABN.Website: Power of the Lamb
Wintley Phipps was born in Trinidad and Tobago, and has sung for thousands around the world—including six U.S. presidents. He is pastor of the Palm Bay Seventh-day Adventist Church in Florida, and is the founder and CEO of the Dream Academy, providing educational assistance for at-risk children. He and his wife Linda have three sons.Facebook
David Shin is the Pastor of the Hillside O’Malley Seventh-day Adventist Church in Anchorage, Alaska. He is a graduate of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University and has a love for sharing the gospel to public university students in meaningful ways.
James Rafferty is co-director of Light Bearers, and pastor of the Cascade Seventh-day Adventist Church in Bend, Oregon. He has spent the last 30 years preaching the gospel around the world in revival seminars and evangelistic meetings. He is an author, and has hosted many 3ABN programs over the years. He and his wife Risë have two children.Website: Light Bearers
Pastor Reggie Whiddon accepted Christ as his Savior and determined to become a pastor at age 9, fulfilling this promise to the Lord after earning his doctorate degree. He pastored a “First Day” church for 32 years, until he was introduced to the life-changing truth of God’s seventh-day Sabbath in the book Ten Commandments Twice Removed. It took reading the book five times for Reggie, but only once for his wife, Cathy, to become convinced of the biblical Sabbath day. Not only did they begin to celebrate God’s Holy Day, but they led their entire congregation to become a seventh-day Sabbath-keeping church. After 12 years, Reggie and Cathy remain very passionate about the day God blessed in the beginning—God’s seventh-day Sabbath
Danny Shelton is the founder, president, and CEO of Three Angels Broadcasting Network (3ABN). He travels extensively throughout the United States and around the world, sharing the gospel and the miracle stories of 3ABN. He has eight grandchildren, and in his spare time, he enjoys writing books, songwriting, raising horses, and country living.
Yvonne Lewis-Shelton, Dr. Yvonne Lewis-Shelton, Founder/Consultant for 3ABN’s Dare to Dream Network, has enjoyed successful careers as a studio vocalist, doctor, author, lecturer, and television host before coming to 3ABN, and has been pleased to use all her expertise to launch and manage the 3ABN Dare to Dream Network. Dr. Lewis-Shelton is married to 3ABN Founder and President, Danny Shelton, and is the proud mother of two sons, Marc and Jason, with “bonus” daughters, Melody and Trinity. She gives all praise to God for His favor and mercy in her life.
Jill Morikone serves as general manager of 3ABN. She is the author of HeartLift–Experiencing God’s Freedom, and hosts a television program by the same name on 3ABN. She loves to share the Word of God at women’s conferences and churches, and is a columnist for the Adventist Review magazine. She often co-hosts the 3ABN Today program with her husband, Greg. Her passion is to help people experience transformation and freedom in Jesus.
Greg Morikone serves as 3ABN’s production manager and general vice president. He has held many positions since he began working at 3ABN in 1999. In addition to his production responsibilities, he also frequently hosts the 3ABN Today program, and loves to travel with his crew, producing programs that uplift Jesus Christ. Greg serves on 3ABN’s Board of Directors and has been happily married to Jill—the love of his life—for 15 years.
Brian came to serve as 3ABN's CFO in 2008 after nearly 22 years of pastoral, administration, human resources, and treasury responsibilities in the Michigan, Wisconsin, and Southern California Conferences of Seventh-day Adventists. During this time he oversaw several major building projects such as a new cafeteria for Wisconsin Academy and a cafeteria/conference center for Wisconsin’s Camp Wakonda. Born in Walla Walla, Washington, he is a graduate of Andrews University in Michigan with a BS in business administration and later an MDiv from the Theological Seminary.
Mollie Steenson has been with 3ABN since September 1995 and now serves as 3ABN board member. She and her husband, Hal Steenson, figure prominently in early 3ABN history through their support and pledge of television equipment, which signaled to Danny Shelton that "where God guides, He provides"! She has faithfully served this ministry in many capacities, and her strength and dignity have been a singular testimony to her Christian life.
CA Murray is a member of 3ABN’s board of directors, and has recently retired from his 3ABN Proclaim! Network general manager and 3ABN Today producer positions. An ordained minister for over 27 years he spent most of his ministerial life in New York City and worked extensively with the media as a writer, producer, consultant and host of television and radio programs for the Adventist church, TBN, ABC, NBC, and FOX. He has authored three books, and now lives with his wife Irma in Panama.
Shelley Quinn is the 3ABN Program Development Manager/Producer and hosts several 3ABN programs. As a popular Christian author and Bible teacher, she travels the U.S. and abroad preaching the gospel of God’s grace at revivals, retreats, and camp meetings. She has authored numerous books, including The Grace Pipeline, Pressing in to His Presence, Exalting His Word, and Ten Commandments Twice Removed (co-authored with Danny Shelton).
Pastor John Lomacang is 3ABN’s Director of World Evangelism and has served as an ordained minister for over 29 years. He is the pastor at the Thompsonville Seventh-day Adventist Church, and hosts several 3ABN programs, including House Calls and A Sharper Focus . He has shared the gospel in 59 countries, sung with the Heritage Singers, and been a vocalist for 3ABN, Amazing Facts, It Is Written, and Voice of Prophecy. He has recorded numerous music projects, and written his autobiography, Abandoned but Not Alone. His wife Angela works for 3ABN Radio Network.
Roy Hunt Roy Hunt is the Director of 3ABN Planned Giving and Trust Services. He previously held several management positions with the Seventh-day Adventist Church, including the ministries of Voice of Prophecy and the Adventist Media Center.
Earlenne Hunt Earlenne Hunt is Trust Officer with 3ABN Planned Giving and Trust Services. Educated in business management and accounting, she previously worked for the Wisconsin Conference, Pacific Press, It Is Written, and Voice of Prophecy.
Websites: Planned Giving & Trust Services
Brenda Walsh is the General Manager of 3ABN Kids Network. She has been a full time volunteer at 3ABN for over 20 years, producing and hosting the popular Kids Time and Kids Time Praise programs as well as hosting cooking programs and singing with her sisters. Together they have recorded four gospel CDs and have authored six vegan vegetarian cookbooks. Brenda is a best-selling author of many books, including her life story, Battered to Blessed, and a five-volume set of children’s books, Miss Brenda's Bedtime Stories. Her latest project is a devotional book called Moments with God. She is a dynamic speaker, traveling around the world speaking at camp meetings, Women's Retreats, churches, and wherever God leads her.
Moses Primo, Director of Broadcasting Operations and Engineering. Moses began his television career working for the Globo television network in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Arriving in the United States, he earned a masters degree in television management and worked at several Boston television stations, including the NBC and Fox affiliates, before coming to 3ABN in 1992. Under his direction 3ABN has grown from two local television stations to a worldwide network of hundreds of television and radio stations. He has also built and equipped satellite uplinks, mobile production trucks, automated Master Control and has converted 3ABN to an HD television production facility.
Tim Parton, Tim Parton is the general manager of 3ABN Praise Him Music Network, an internet-based channel devoted to glorifying God and edifying Christians through Christian music. His life centers around Christ-focused congregational worship, and for 30 years, Tim has performed as piano-accompanist and singer.
Kenny Shelton has been in ministry since 1985, and is the president of Behold the Lamb Ministries. Early in his ministry, Pastor Kenny worked together with his brother, Danny, in raising up the first Adventist satellite television network, 3ABN. His program, Behold the Lamb Presents is seen weekly on 3ABN.
If you haven't attended a 3ABN Camp Meeting, you're missing out on a blessing you won't find anywhere else! 3ABN Camp Meeting usually occurs twice each year: once in the spring, and again in the fall. More than a thousand people come from all over the United States, and often from around the world to attend on campus.
These live broadcasts are normally held on our campus in rural southern Illinois, near the small town of Thompsonville.
We have seminars throughout the day, and inspiring music and meetings in the evenings. Our lineup of speakers includes many of the favorite presenters seen on our 3ABN networks.
3ABN has been hosting camp meetings for many years. The idea of a Christian "camp meeting" comes from an American Protestant tradition that began in the 1800s, and is preserved in various Christian circles even today. In many church calendars, camp meetings have been replaced by conventions and retreats. But for many people the words "camp meeting" bring back happy memories of yesteryear, memories they'd like to relive. Most of 3ABN's camp meeting guests forgo the camping experience for the comforts of a hotel or RV. Still, we like the down-home feeling that the words "camp meeting" convey, and their association with warm fellowship, great music, and inspiring messages.
Traditionally 3ABN's Spring Camp Meeting is the longer event, drawing a larger attendance. Recent themes include Ten Commandments Weekend, Pillars of Our Faith, Pillars of Prophecy, and Exposing the Counterfeit. The fall event is our 3ABN Homecoming, which has more of a family get-together feel.
Three Angels Broadcasting Network (3ABN) is the “Mending Broken People Network,” a 24-hour Christian television and radio ministry. Surrounded by the rolling farmland of Southern Illinois, 3ABN beams its television and radio programming to eight satellites which carry it to every inhabited continent. 3ABN is not owned, operated or funded by any church, denomination or organization, so people from all cultures and backgrounds appreciate 3ABN programming. Many of 3ABN’s employees and volunteers are members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.Read more about 3ABN here.