The Bulletin for the Week of October 29, 2021 • Season 5, Episode 38
This week, we look at new leadership here in the Pacific Union Conference and the exciting ways that God continues to lead His church in this territory.
On October 24, the Arizona Conference held their constituency session. Elder Ed Keyes has been reelected as president, a position to which he was elected in 2017. Elder Jorge A. Ramirez has been reelected as executive secretary, and Elder Reggie Leach has been reelected as treasurer.
On October 18, the Nevada-Utah Conference voted to elect Elder Carlos A. Camacho as the conference’s new president, effective immediately. Elder Camacho has been serving as conference executive secretary.

Elder Camacho has served as a pastor in Southeastern California Conference, in the publishing ministry as a department director at Pacific Press Publishing Association, and as executive secretary in the Nevada-Utah Conference since 2014.

Elder Camacho replaces Elder Leon B. Brown, Sr., who was elected vice president of the Pacific Union at the Constituency Session in August. The work of the church in the Pacific Southwest of the United States is strengthened and blessed by the leadership in all of our conferences.
There is another Nevada-Utah Conference alumnus on the Pacific Union leadership team: Elder Bradford C. Newton, who served as the president of the Nevada-Utah Conference before coming to the Pacific Union in March of 2008 to serve as the executive secretary.

Elder Newton was elected president of the Pacific Union in August 2021 at the union constituency meeting in Tucson, Arizona.
ROSEVILLE, CA – Kerry Heinrich, JD, will serve as the next CEO of Adventist Health, Board Chair John Freedman announced this week.

Heinrich brings a deep understanding of Adventist Health’s mission and culture to his new role, having led the Seventh-day Adventist Loma Linda University Medical Center, Children's Hospital, and Behavioral Medicine Center as CEO for more than seven years and having served as the organization’s legal counsel for more than 20 years. During his tenure as CEO, he helped guide the construction of the new 16-story hospital and nine-story Children’s Hospital tower that opened in August. He was also named one of Becker’s Hospital Review’s “135 Nonprofit Hospital and Health System CEOs to Know” in 2017.

Heinrich will replace Scott Reiner, who announced his resignation in July to establish a family foundation that is focused on global health and well-being. The leadership transition is expected to be completed by the new year.
"He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God."
Micah 6:8 (NIV)
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