Camp Meeting 2018
“Transformed for His Glory”
June 12 - 18, 2016
Place: Bahamas Academy
Speakers throughout the camp meeting
Allison Marrette Rolle, nee Mason, is a vocal artist, and founder of Eagle Music Ministry Network. She has inspired many audiences with her powerful contralto/mezzo soprano voice, classic/soulful style and diverse repertoire. Allison, is married to Roger Craig Rolle, a horticulturist.She has produced three albums entitled “Ray of Faith”, “My Faith,” and “Be Still.”She attended Oakwood University and is the mother of one son, Trevor Anthony Mitchell.
Mrs. Rolle is an ordained deaconess, and a member of the Centreville Seventh-day Adventist congregation. She has performed at many National Services, Seminars and Conclaves, Her music ministry is most often associated with the evangelistic efforts of Pastor Peter Joseph, among others. She has ministered in Canada, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, and The United States of America and throughout the islands of her very own country, The Bahamas, sharing the stage with many international artists. She is a former member of The Bahamas National Youth Choir and The Oakwood University Choir, and has used her gift of music to support charities such as the Children's Emergency Hostel, The Williamae Pratt School for Girls, The Salvation Army - School For The Blind, The Sister-Sister Breast Cancer Support Group, The Help Haiti Gospel Concert in wake of the 2010 Earthquake, and numerous other individual causes. Mrs. Rolle is an employee of twenty-nine (29) years with The Bahamas Government and is currently assigned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and was selected, Employee of The Year (2015).
Mrs. Rolle considers it a blessing and an honor to share the good news of the gospel in song. She is dedicated to a life of prayer and one of the passages of scripture she uses to encourages herself is, Romans 8:28 "And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose".
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