The Job

Isn’t it amazing how much can change in mere months? Suddenly, we have celebrated our first wedding anniversary, we’ve moved to a new county, and are adjusting to new jobs. WOW. Change is good, but it can be hard.

For our first year of marriage, I stayed home to take a year to rest, reevaluate, heal, and grow. I learned to enjoy housework and cooking (and if you know me, liking to cook is an accomplishment in itself!). During this first year of marriage, my husband and I were praying and considering our future in ministry.

After much time (you can read more about it HERE), we decided to return to Wolf Mountain Christian Camp and are now officially on the resident staff team! For now, I spend the majority of my work week  taking care of the staff children in the Kiddie Korner. I love it! When I’m not taking care of the staff children, I’m helping the hospitality team and working in the coffee shop.

It’s been a long journey to get to this place. It took time for us to think through how we were going to best use our lives together for God. We spent the many of the days in 2015 & 2016 to work through everything, pray, and seek God. And now, we know we have made the right decision, and we are so happy to here.

We know we will get exhausted. We know we will face difficulties, discouragement, trials, and pain. We already have!  But we also know our Source of Strength, our Strong Tower, and Deliverer. God is our Rest. He will provide, restore, and comfort. Our lives are vain if not spent for Him and so we are here with a deep desire to glorify Christ and Him alone.

I look forward to what this adventure will bring, and the miracles we will be able to witness because of God’s great love and power!

More about Us:

Our Engagement Story

Our Wedding Day

I’m a Camp Kid & I’m Going Back


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