As our church family grew in our understanding of our new vision and core values in 2018, God used last year’s first ever PRISM Conference to help us apply these principles more faithfully. Just as a prism can break a single ray of ordinary white light into the seven colors of the spectrum, our prayer for this conference each year is that God would take some aspect of our spiritual lives in the context of our local church and make it an unmistakable, beautiful display of His glory to the world.

This year, the PRISM Conference is back with a specific focus on our theme “Community on Mission.” All of our teaching sessions, worship times, and fellowship meals will focus on how we can more faithfully live in biblical community with each other at MVBC as we seek to fulfill our vision – “to be a caring community…” Intentionally make plans to be here Saturday evening and Sunday and be praying now for God to move amongst our church in a fresh way!

Childcare: for Birth-Kindergarten will be available all sessions. All parents of children who will be in nursery/preschool childcare on Saturday and/or Sunday evening of the conference are kindly asked to RSVP to Dana Keefer at

New this year: Prism Kids (grades 1-6) breakout sessions. See the schedule below.

PRISM ’19 Session Schedule

Saturday 3/2

6:00 pm – “Intentionality: Biblical Community Doesn’t Happen by Accident (It Must Be Pursued)”

6:45 pm – Fellowship Meal

7:15 pm – “Lifestyle: Biblical Community as an Expression of Lives Changed by Christ”
(Also: Prism Kids breakout session for grades 1-6 in the Coffee House)

Sunday 3/3

9:00 am – “Proclamation: Why the Word Provides the Foundation for Biblical Community”
(Also: Prism Kids breakout session for grades 1-6 in the Youth Room)

10:00 am – Refreshments

10:30 am – “Relationship: Biblical Community as an Admission of our Need for Christ and His People”
(Also: Prism Kids breakout session for grades 1-6 in the Youth Room/Coffee House)

6:00 pm – “Application: How Biblical Community Provokes Personal Obedience”

6:45 pm – Pizza Supper

7:15 pm – Discussion of Next Steps by MVBC Pastoral Staff
(Also: Prism Kids breakout session for grades 1-6 in the Coffee House)

About Our Speaker:

Cameron L. McGill, 42, was saved at the age of 8 (led by a Christian school teacher), and called to the Gospel ministry at age 15. He has been in full-time Church ministry for the past 25 years.

Cameron is married to his partner in ministry, Tiffany. They have four children: sons, Hastin (20), Brooks (17), Jay (15), and Daughter Leah (9). In addition, the McGill family claims as their “Adopted Daughter,” Tabitha Mesina of Vadul Lui Isac. The McGill family share a Heart for Ministry and a Passion for Missions “Here, There, and Everywhere.” They have travelled globally on Mission for the Lord.

Cameron served as senior pastor of Dublin First Baptist Church from 2000-2018. In April, 2014, God led Pastor Cameron to birth the LAKE Campus at White Lake. This ministry expanded in 2017 to include White Lake Christian Camp, a 3 acre waterfront retreat at White Lake, NC. In September, 2018, Cameron transitioned to full time ministry at the Church / Camp at the Lake. In addition to his pastoral duties, Cameron preaches in approximately 20-25 Revivals / Conferences Each year. Since 2011, Pastor Cameron has established two mission partnerships with Nueva Vida Church in Woodside (Queens), New York, NY as well as the Baptist Church of Vadul Lui Isac, Moldova (Europe). Cameron and Tiffany have led many mission trips to these and many other destinations. (Acts 1:8).

Pastor Cameron is a 1992 Graduate of Kerwin Baptist Christian School (Kernersville, NC); he attended Wingate College, and holds a BA in Theology / Christian Ministry from Emmanuel Baptist University. Before coming to Dublin, Cameron served as Youth Pastor at churches in Spencer and Rockwell, NC.Cameron is an avid outdoorsman, bicyclist and off road enthusiast. He enjoys adventures with his family and is seldom found indoors. He loves Andy Griffith and all things “Old”.Cameron is actively involved in the work of the Bladen Baptist Association and the Southern Baptist Convention. He has served as the Vice President (2013-2016) and as the President (2017) of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina as well as a member of the Board of Directors and various committees within the State Convention. He currently serves as a Trustee of the Baptist Children’s Homes of NC.

Cameron’s life verses are Proverbs 3:5-6 “Trust in the Lord with all thy heart; lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways, acknowledge Him & He shall direct thy paths.”