About David Gallimore
David Gallimore is a well-known Nazarene evangelist. He is a product of the evangelical camp meeting environment of the 20th century. He is considered a gifted communicator who can bridge the gap between the revival days of old and the modern day multi-sensory worship era. He has had 20 years of successful church growth in pastoral ministry.
He has been the featured evangelist at the statewide West Virginia Camp Meeting in Summersville, West Virginia, for many years.
David has held hundreds of evangelistic meetings in the United States, as well as conducting missionary outreach in Africa, Russia, Ukraine, Romania and the islands of the Caribbean. He is a contributing author to GROW Magazine, The Evangelist Perspective and The Preacher’s Magazine.
He helped develop an entrepreneurial ministry called “Pigs for Pastors” in Africa. For $180, an African pastor would be given a pregnant pig (with the expectation that she would birth a litter of approximately 15 piglets). The pigs would provide food and future income for an African family.
Presently, David is serving as Lead Pastor at the Midland Valley Community Church in Clearwater, South Carolina. He and his wife, Tami, live in Clearwater, Southwater, South Carolina.
About Lane Loman
Lane Loman grew up attending camp meetings and revivals with his father, the late Dr. J. Harold Loman, who was a frequent speaker at Indian Springs in the 60s and 70s. He has focused on itinerant revival ministry for 32 years by speaking and singing in many different denominational and independent camp meetings. His purpose is to promote spiritual renewal, holiness of heart and life, and revival within the local church.
Lane has recorded 15 song albums and authored three books: The Fruit Still Falls from the Tree, The Fruit is Still Falling, and Road Moments – Memories of Living Life Out of a Suitcase. He is still involved in producing a radio broadcast that his late father began called “The Lights of Spiritual Guidance” that is heard through 14 different radio stations.
He has served the Evangelical Methodist Church, the Church of the Nazarene, the Friends Church and the Free Methodist Church. He is speaker for The Francis Asbury Society.
Lane and his wife, Gretchen, have been married since 1997 and have three sons and seven grandchildren. They live in Columbus, Indiana.
- B.A. in Christian Education from Atlanta Christian College (now Point University)
- Studied Evangelism in the Local Church at Scarritt Graduate Center (Nashville, TN)
- M.A. in Religion and Spiritual Formation from Northwest Nazarene University
About Andy Miller, III
Captain Andy Miller, III, and his wife, Abby Miller, are Area Commanders in Tampa, Florida, with The Salvation Army. He is gifted in music, as well as in ministry. He obtained a B.A. in Music Composition from Asbury University. He has 14 pieces of music published for bands and choirs. He obtained a M.Div from Asbury Theological Seminary and a Doctorate of Ministry from Southern Methodist University Perkins School of Theology.
Captain Miller, who prefers to be called Andy, is the author of Holistic Hospitality: A Bridge to a Future Army (2015) and Stay the Course: Challenges to Salvationists from the Book of Acts (2016). Andy has had several academic and popular articles published in Word and Deed, The Wesleyan Theological Journal, The War Cry and the Officer Magazine which are various periodicals and journals.
The Millers have three children. Andy loves to think, read and strategize about the mission of the church when he’s not playing with his kids or rooting for the Chicago Bears.
Andy’s grandfather, the late Commissioner Andy Miller, Sr., was a regular speaker at Indian Springs. He looks forward to the opportunity to “walk in his grandfather’s footsteps” at Indian Springs. The Millers live in Tampa, Florida.
About Dr. Jim Schuppe
Indian Springs welcomes Dr. Jim Schuppe as our 2020 Bible Teacher. He attended the Washington Bible College and the Capital Bible Seminary, receiving his Th.M. degree in 1966. At that time, he began teaching full time at the Washington Bible College.
In 1989, he taught as an Associate Professor at Liberty University. In 1996 he accepted the pastorate of Belcroft Bible Church in Bowie, Maryland, and served there until retiring.
Jim and his wife, Martha Jo, have six children, fifteen grandchildren and three great grandchildren. They reside in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. They continue serving the Lord at Fellowship Bible Church in Lynchburg.
Music Director: Rev. Scott McPherson (Sterling, KS)
Organist: Jeff Harbin (Dalton, GA)
Pianist: Jennifer Wilson (Augusta, GA)
Youth Ministry (9th Grade – College)
Bible Teacher: To be announced
About Charlie Marquis
Charlie Marquis is this year’s Youth Bible Study leader. He is a speaker from Forge Ministries.
Charlie speaks with intensity, urgency and with passionate stories. He challenges Christians to fully engage in God’s heart and world-wide mission, whether across the street or across the sea.
Through discipleship-focused and missionally-oriented messages, Charlie equips listeners to surrender to the deep love of Christ, to daily seek to hear His voice, and then to radically and lovingly obey Christ.
He is passionate about seeing the Kingdom of God advance in dark, dangerous and despised places world-wide. Charlie’s heartbeat is Romans 15:20: “To preach the Gospel where Christ is not known.” He has put his feet to his faith and has traveled extensively to unreached people groups as a participant, leader and sometimes on his own.
Charlie and his wife reside in Denver, Colorado. He is a former youth pastor, graduate of Colorado Christian University and is an Ordained Minister at his local congregation, Hope Community Church.
Youth Evangelist: To be announced
About Chris Emery
Chris Emery returns to Indian Springs as this year’s Youth Evangelist. He is a speaker from Forge Ministries. He is a gifted communicator, known for equipping youth and adults to live with freedom in Christ and compassion for others.
Chris encourages the body of Christ to exemplify genuine community that sharpens believers with God’s Word and reaches those who are lost or wandering. He is also an experienced church planter.
He seeks to shepherd people toward the heart of God and has been doing so in his years as a pastor. He now serves as Senior Pastor of Bayview Church in Traverse City, Michigan, and on the board of directors for White Stone Project and the Big Ticket Festival.
Chris is a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University. He and his wife have four children.