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Holy Convocation 2024


August 28 - 31, 2024

Registration Fee:

  • $25 Per Person
  • Registration for Children under 12 yrs old is free



Meal Tickets

  • Breakfast: $8 - Adults/Children (Ages 5-13)
  • Lunch: $15 Adults/Children (Ages 5-13)

  • Children under 5 years eat for free 
  • Purchase meals during registration


M.E.E.T. Ministry
975 Neely Lane
Huntingdon, TN 38344

Dear Friends,

Camp Meeting 2024 is soon approaching!  Registration ends Monday, August 26th!  Now is the time to begin making preparations to attend this Holy Convocation.   Our theme in Preparing a People for Eternity is "Our High Calling" We read in Philippians 3:14, “I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.”

We have a high calling in Christ Jesus; we are carrying forward a vast and holy work, and God calls upon each one to uplift His standard in the sight of this world and of the universe of heaven, by the power of the Lord Jehovah, in whom is “everlasting strength” {Testimonies to Ministers and Gospel Workers, 386}.

What is this high calling that we must attain? How can we experience the high calling? What does mean to die daily? How do we overcome the strongholds in our lives?

Join us at MEET Ministry 34th annual camp meeting where we will look at these questions and much more.


Dr. Thomas Jackson, Eld. Narlon Edwards, Eld. Raphael Cobb, Pastor David Guerrero, Dr. Raymond Blackburn, Eld. Dwayne Lemon, Dr. LaVerne Jackson, Sis. Lynn Neeley


God Will Give Fit Words—What a privilege it is to labor for the conversion of souls! Our calling is high.... To fit us to do this work, He will strengthen our mental faculties as verily as He did the mind of Daniel. As we teach those in darkness to understand the truths that have enlightened us, God will teach us to understand these truths still better ourselves. He will give us apt words to speak, communicating to us through the angel standing by our side.— Manuscript 126, 1902 . Ev 172.1

Those who accept Christ as their Saviour have the promise of the life that now is, and that which is to come. The human agent owes no part of his ability to the service of Satan; but his entire allegiance is due to the infinite and eternal God. The lowliest disciple of Christ may become an inhabitant of heaven, an heir of God to an inheritance incorruptible, and that fadeth not away. O that every one might make choice of the heavenly gift, become an heir of God to that inheritance whose title is secure from any destroyer, world without end! O, choose not the world, but choose the better inheritance! Press, urge your way toward the mark for the prize of your high calling in Christ Jesus. For Christ's sake, let the aim of your education be shaped by the inducements of the better world.— The Review and Herald, November 21, 1893 . FE 234.3

We are still amidst the shadows and turmoil of earthly activities. Let us consider most earnestly the blessed hereafter. Let our faith pierce through every cloud of darkness and behold Him who died for the sins of the world. He has opened the gates of paradise to all who receive and believe on Him. To them He gives power to become the sons and daughters of God. Let the afflictions which pain us so grievously become instructive lessons, teaching us to press forward toward the mark of the prize of our high calling in Christ. Let us be encouraged by the thought that the Lord is soon to come. Let this hope gladden our hearts. “Yet a little while, and He that shall come will come, and will not tarry.” Hebrews 10:37. Blessed are those servants who, when their Lord comes, shall be found watching. 9T 286.4

We have a high calling in Christ Jesus; we are carrying forward a vast and holy work, and God calls upon each one to uplift His standard in the sight of this world and of the universe of heaven, by the power of the Lord Jehovah, in whom is “everlasting strength” (Testimonies to Ministers and Gospel Workers, 386). LHU 186.6

Early in the history of the church the mystery of iniquity foretold by the apostle Paul began its baleful work; and as the false teachers concerning whom Peter had warned the believers, urged their heresies, many were ensnared by false doctrines. Some faltered under trial and were tempted to give up the faith. At the time when John was given this revelation, many had lost their first love of gospel truth. But in His mercy God did not leave the church to continue in a backslidden state. In a message of infinite tenderness He revealed His love for them and His desire that they should make sure work for eternity. “Remember,” He pleaded, “from whence thou art fallen, and repent, and do the first works.” Revelation 2:5, AA 587.1.

On the Verge of Fulfillment—We are living in a most solemn period of this earth's history. There is never time to sin; it is always perilous to continue in transgression, but in a special sense is this true at the present time. We are now upon the very borders of the eternal world and stand in a more solemn relation to time and to eternity than ever before. Now let every person search his own heart and plead for the bright beams of the Sun of Righteousness to expel all spiritual darkness and cleanse from defilement. AH 549.3

To us who are standing on the very verge of their fulfillment, of what deep moment, what living interest, are these delineations of the things to come—events for which, since our first parents turned their steps from Eden, God's children have watched and waited, longed and prayed! AH 549.4

Fellow pilgrim, we are still amid the shadows and turmoil of earthly activities, but soon our Saviour is to appear to bring deliverance and rest. Let us by faith behold the blessed hereafter, as pictured by the hand of God. AH 550.1

To those who go out to do medical missionary work, I would say, Serve the Lord Jesus Christ with sanctified understanding, in connection with the ministers of the gospel and the Great Teacher. He who has given you your commission will give you skill and understanding as you consecrate yourselves to His service, engaging diligently in labor and study, doing your best to bring relief to the sick and suffering.— Counsels on Health, 539 . CME 19.1

Nothing but earnest, wholehearted labor will avail in the saving of souls. We are to make our everyday duties acts of devotion, constantly increasing in usefulness because we see our work in the light of eternity. Letter 43, 1902. CME 19.2

Its Development Is the Work of a Lifetime—The formation of character is the work of a lifetime, and it is for eternity. If all could realize this, if they would awake to the thought that we are individually deciding our own destiny for eternal life or eternal ruin, what a change would take place! How differently would this probationary time be occupied, and what different characters would fill our world! CG 162.2

Our hours of operation are Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Central Standard Time and closed Friday through Sunday.  We are closed for lunch between 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 pm. 


Registration begins May 7, through August 26, 2024.   Registration fee is $25 per person. Free registration for children under 12 years of age.
DEPOSITS:  You may place a non-refundable deposit of one half of the total cost (including meal tickets) at the time of registration. The remaining balance will be due on or before August 26th.  Refunds will be considered by the business office for the following: uncontrollably dire circumstances, such as death or other unforeseen emergencies.

Please plan to arrive at the administrative office between 3-6pm on August 28th to receive your camp meeting packet. The program begins at 6:30 pm. If you arrive after the registration hours, please report to the camp meeting tent to secure your registration packet.  If your arrival time is after 9pm, we recommend you plan to arrive to the ministry the following day and report to the camp meeting tent at 7AM to secure your registration packet.  


Dorm/Hotel Lodging/Camping Tents/Overnight RV Parking are available

Guests residing in the dorm are reminded to bring linens for a twin-size bed, towels, personal hygienic items, and any additional linens to keep you comfortable during temperature changes.   We also have hotels within 15 minutes from M.E.E.T. Ministry.  


A list of local lodging options is below:

Option 1
Hampton Inn & Suites 
Mention M.E.E.T. Ministry Camp Meeting and receive a discount.: 
21340 Hwy 22N,
Wildersville, TN 38388

Option 2
America's Best Value Inn
21045 TN 22,
Wildersville, TN 38388

Option 3 
(RV Camping)
 RV set up are not available at the ministry
Parker's Crossroads Campground
22580 TN Hwy 22
Yuma, TN 38390

Option 4
(Camping Tents)
 Tent sites are $30 per tent. This cost covers entire period of camp meeting.  Restrooms with showers are located behind the old cafeteria. Portable toilets will be on-site for use during camp meeting.

Option 5 
(Overnight RV Parking)
 Bring your RV to camp meeting. If your RV is self-contained, you may park it on site for $50. This cost covers entire period of camp meeting.

Breakfast Meal tickets are $8 (Adults/Children, 5-13), Adults Lunch tickets are $15, Children (5 and 13) Lunch tickets are $12; Children under 5 eat free per meal.  Meals will not be served on Sunday, September 1, 2024.

Breakfast and lunch meals will be served only to those who have meal tickets. Please purchase your meal tickets by calling the administrative office at 731-244-2140 before August 26, 2024. Your meal tickets will be in your welcome packet. Please plan to arrive at the administrative office between 3-6pm on August 28 to receive your camp meeting packet. Sabbath meal tickets must be purchased in advance.  

PETS:  We request that you do not bring pets to the camp meeting. Thanks for your cooperation.

DRESS:  During camp meeting dress should be in keeping with the fact that this camp meeting is a spiritual convocation. Attire should be modest and appropriate for the occasion. Please do not wear shorts, sleeveless tops, or "see-through" garments.

During the late summer months, the weather may produce thunderstorms and heavy rain. Please bring rain weather gear in case of inclement weather.


Please remember to bring your mask(s) (if desire to wear them) and other items you may use to keep your immune system strong.  We will be taking measures to keep the buildings and rooms sanitized during your stay.  

For the health and safety of our guests, facilitators, and staff, please consider the following precautions for COVID-19.  If you are experiencing or suspect any of these symptoms, please do not come to the camp meeting.  We will be glad to refund your payment.   Watch for these symptoms which may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus.   Anyone can have mild to severe symptoms:

We are looking forward to the Lord's blessings on these most important meetings. Please keep a prayerful spirit, and we all seek to hasten the coming of our Lord.

In Christ Service,

Dr. Thomas Jackson and Staff

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