Hometown: New Baltimore, MI
Years on Staff: 21
Strangest Food You Enjoy: Braunschweiger Sausage
Bio: Married to Sarah, three children: Grace (14), Kate (12), Charlie (8).
Favorite thing about Camp: I love bringing people to rest in the beauty of God’s creation.
Hometown: Arcadia, MI
Years on Staff: 10
Strangest Food You Enjoy: Avocados!
Bio: Married to husband, Sam; mother to son, Nelson; mother to dog, Gracie, and another puppy on the way! I love living near the big lake, enjoy running, walking, and being outside.
Hometown: Macomb, MI
Years on Staff: 8
Strangest Food You Enjoy: Cake soaked in milk.
Bio: Married to wife, Callie; father to son, Niko, and expecting a baby in October; father to dog, Roxxy. I really enjoy riding and working on jet skis.
Hometown: Saginaw, MI
Years on Staff: This is my fifth season.
Strangest Food You Enjoy: I would say the dishes I ate in Namibia and Brazil were pretty unique and incredible!
Bio: I am a Michigan native! I have a furry family: Oliver and Cooper, my cats, who spend most of their day window watching; and Nyla, my dog, who spends her day dreaming of hiking, beach romps, and walks with her mom. I really enjoy hiking, SUPing, cooking, traveling, and have recently taken up mountain biking.
Favorite thing about Camp: It’s a gift to serve God on the shores of Lake Michigan. I love welcoming new people to Camp and get great joy out of deepening relationships with people who come year after year.
Hometown: Fresno, CA
Years on Staff: 2020 marks my 30th summer on staff.
Strangest Food You Enjoy: Nothing. I’m a picky eater.
Favorite thing about Camp: I enjoy preserving Camp Arcadia’s rich history as we can stay connected to our RKD legacy, while looking forward to the next 100 years.
Hometown: Gladwin, MI
Years on Staff: First season on staff!
Strangest Food You Enjoy: Escargot.
Bio: Married to wife, Adrienne; dad to daughters, Bobbie Jo (3) and Isadora (1). When I’m not chasing kids around you can find me reading a presidential biography and cheering for the green and white out of East Lansing.
Favorite thing about Camp: Camp presents the Gospel in a way that is creative while holding fast to the truth.