Jeremiah Bolich, Evangelist
Jeremiah Bolich began his ministry education at Olivet Nazarene University in January 1996. While attending Olivet, Jeremiah traveled and held revivals and teen camps primarily in Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Indiana. After graduating from Olivet in 1999 and receiving his ordination from the Church of the Nazarene, he and his wife entered into full-time itinerant evangelism.
From 1999 through 2013, Jeremiah and Karenda lived on the road, traveling across the United States, preaching the Gospel. In February 2005, they had their first child, Curtis Jeremiah (CJ) Bolich. Two years later in October 2007, they were blessed with their second child, Ellayna Bolich. The Bolich family continued to travel and minister together until 2013 when they purchased their first home in Watertown, Tennessee.
Since 2013, Jeremiah has continued to travel, preaching and teaching across the globe. In 2018, Jeremiah and a group of ministers began work on what has become the City Taker Training Center in Lebanon, TN. Receiving students from across the United States, the Training Center focuses on training both deacons and elders in city-transformation ministry.
Jeremiah continues to preach and teach today, dividing his time between the road, the Training Center, and his family. He resides with his wife and children in rural Watertown, Tennessee.
Dr. James Diehl, Evangelist
Dr. Diehl is a prolific writer of numerous articles that have appeared in the Herald of Holiness, Holiness Today, Preacher’s Magazine, Bread, World Mission, The Holiness Digest, Perspective, and others.
He has a great love for education. He is a graduate of Olivet Nazarene University, and in 1990 Northwest Nazarene University conferred on him a Doctor of Divinity degree in recognition of his outstanding achievements. His passion for education has led him to serve on the boards of trustees at MidAmerica Nazarene University (MNU), Nazarene Theological Seminary, Nazarene Bible College, and Northwest Nazarene University. He also served as chairman of the Board of Regents at Northwest Nazarene University. In 2011the Board of Trustees at MNU invited Dr. Diehl to serve as interim president of the University—a position he held for seven months while they conducted a search for a new president. At the close of his service at the University, the trustees presented James H. Diehl with the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Dr. Diehl has four children, seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren. He makes his home in Lakewood, Colo.
Rev. Jim Slone is no stranger to Beulah Camp as he has been involved for more than 50 years with the camp program.
A retired United Methodist pastor, Jim served as pastor of Marion Aldersgate UMC for 25 years and 16 years at Belleville St. Matthew UMC prior to retiring from active ministry in 2018. He has served interim pastorates in retirement and is the Wednesday night preacher at Aldersgate.
Jim and his wife, Cheryl, have two grown children.