Retirees Department

Speakers





Monday – May 14 & Wednesday  May 16 

Roger Seheult, MD


Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Specialist and Assistant Professor of Medicine at LLU


Dr. Roger Seheult has been a member of the Loma Linda University Church since 1983. He graduated from Loma Linda University  School of Medicine in 2000 and is a Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Specialist and Assistant Professor of Medicine at LLU. Hebrews 4:12 states that The Bible is alive and active. We as Adventists believe that God is the author of both the Bible and the Human body. Given the complexity and harmony that science has uncovered in the human body – won’t God reveal himself through the Bible similarly. Dr. Seheult deeply delves into the Holy Bible to uncover an astounding system of truth hidden for 2,500 years.







Tuesday – May 15

Elden Ramirez  


Montana Conference President


Prior to becoming President of the Montana Conference of Seventh-day Adventist, Pastor Elden Ramirez served in the North American Division (NAD) where he served as Director of the Office of Volunteer Ministries. He was responsible for connecting Seventh-day Adventist volunteers from throughout North America to mission opportunities across the NAD and around the world. He provided leadership to this valuable ministry that serves as the processing center for the Adventist Church in North America, with over 58,000 volunteers serving in short- term and long term mission service.

Prior to his assignment at the North American Division he served as Assistant to the President of the Central California Conference where he also served as Director of Youth Ministries and Executive Director for Camp Ministries.

Throughout his ministry he has served in 4 different states as academy chaplain, youth pastor, senior pastor, church planter, and departmental director in the areas of family life, camp ministries, health and temperance, national servicemen organization and youth ministries.

His primary goal is to train and equip youth leaders. “By training young people we can multiply our efforts and reach countless for Jesus Christ.”

Pastor Elden’s wife Jenny is a registered nurse who has been his greatest support. Over 20 years of marriage she has been his right hand in ministry and continues to be an intricate part in accomplishing the great commission. They have two daughters, Elennie and Jasmine who have an active gospel ministry. His favorite scripture is Joshua 1:5, “No man will be able to stand before you all the days of your life. Just as I have been with Moses, I will be with you; I will not fail you or forsake you.”





Tuesday – May 15

Peter Seheult  


International Musician


Peter Seheult began studying piano at six years of age with various instructors and continued lessons through high school and formally in college and university. While working on a Bachelor’s degree in Piano Performance with Dr. Larry McFatter from California State University, San Bernardino in 1993, he started Organ studies with Dr. Kimo Smith in Loma Linda and later pursued a Masters degree in Organ at University of Redlands under the instruction of Irmengard Jennings and Jeff Richard. He completed his Masters degree in Organ Performance in 2003. In 2004-2005, he and his wife, Katie moved to London, Ontario, Canada. There, he studied Piano Technology at the University  of Western Ontario. He has performed nationally and internationally including Ontario, Canada and Nantes, France. Currently he works as a Piano Technician and music teacher in the Southern California area. He lives in Yucaipa with his wife and their four beautiful children, Karyssa, Mikaelyn, Alexandra and Daniel.