What drew you to become directors of Camp Galilee?
E & K: Honestly, God drew us to Camp Galilee. We both were working steady jobs and were in the middle of purchasing a home when we got the offer to be the Site Directors. After lots of prayer we really felt that God wasn't even giving us the option to say no. So in an effort to be at least somewhat submissive submissive to that call here we are.
Can you tell us a bit about your yourself?
K: Well, we are both young. We are newly married and both grew up in unique backgrounds. I was homeschooled my entire life while Enos was Amish up until a few years ago. He has an extensive background in construction and maintenance work and I have a a lot of experience as former staff here at camp. We both believe that the children and young adults of today are the future and that they need to be blessed and led as much as possible. We hope and pray that God will work through us for His mission in students lives.
Where is your favorite place at camp and why?
K: It's Knights Chapel for me, is the eighth grade that is were I accepted Christ into my life and it's just been a special place to me since.
E: For me it's the waterfall below the lake. It's just really awesome looking when it rains and reminds you of how awesome Gods creation is.
What is your favorite camp tradition?
K: Probably singing to our pie on Peanut Butter Pie Night.
E: I enjoy the traditional camp pastime of hiking and observing Gods creation.
What are your goals for Camp Galilee?
E & K: Ultimately our goals for the camp are just that it will be a thriving ministry that brings students to know Christ more while they also have a blast at camp! We want more people to be involved and to share their own faith, love, and passions with students. We hope and pray that every person that encounters Galilee will also encounter God, no matter if that person is a young camper or a 100-year-old volunteer counselor.
The Camp Galilee blog exists to be a helpful resource to alumni as well as future campers and their parents.