2019 Speakers

Randy Roberts

Wed., Thur., Fri., Sab. 7 p.m. and Sabbath 11:00 a.m. Worship Service

Randy Roberts is the senior pastor of the Loma Linda University Seventh-day Adventist Church.  He has held this position since September of 2000. Randy has spoken to many audiences nationally and internationally. He has written articles for various publications and has authored the book, Waiting and Longing published by Pacific Press.

Randy has also filled many positions at LLU. He taught full time at the School of Religion; served as a chaplain, providing patient and staff support, spiritual care and counseling; and most recently was selected to serve as the Vice President of Spiritual Life and Mission for LLU Health.

Randy is married to Anita Justiniano Roberts, who works in prayer ministries and pastoral spouse support ministries in their local conference.

Randy and Anita have a son, Austin, a pastor at Sunnyvale, Calif., SDA Church. Austin's wife, Nicole, is an OB-GYN resident at LLU Medical Center. Their daughter, Miranda, attends Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan, along with her husband, Matthew Cosaert.


Sung Kwon
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Wed. and Thurs mornings at 11 a.m.

Sung Kwon has served as the executive director of the North American Division Adventist Community Services since 2001 and is an ordained minister of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. He served as  a pastor in the Ohio and Allegheny East conferences. Kwon studied business administration at the University of Maryland, receiving a bachelor's degree in theology from Washington Adventist University (formerly known as Columbia Union College.) Sung Kwon also earned a master's degree in public administration, concentrated in nonprofit management from Wright State University.

Though Dr. Kwon grew up in a family with Buddhist and Catholic beliefs, he became a baptized member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1991. Since he became an Adventist, he served as the executive director of the Good Neighbor House, an ACS agency in Dayton, Ohio, for eight years. He was also the president and vice president of the North American Association of Community Services Directors (NAACSD) during that time. 

He has served on the board of the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (NVOAD), the Maryland 
Association of Nonprofit Organizations, National Interfaith Coalition of Aging (NICA), and National Mass Care Council.







To be announced

2015-Teddy-Shupe-small.jpgThurs, Fri & Sabbath at 7 a.m.