Updates from Kenbrook!

Posted by Kenbrook Staff on

May 9, 2019

Dear Supporters and Friends of Kenbrook Bible Camp,

We write to you today to inform you of an unanticipated transition that is occurring at Kenbrook. As you are aware, after four years of rebuilding and growth in the life of Kenbrook, Nick Ressler completed his service as Executive Director at the end of 2018 to take a pastoral role. Kenbrook's Board of Directors desired to continue this positive growth and chose to hire an applicant from within.  We hired Tim Courtright, at that time Kenbrook's Director of Guest Services, to serve as Kenbrook's next Executive Director. We appreciated the seamless transition that this provided, and the Kenbrook family was eager for what God had in store for our future. 

As probably most of us have experienced in our lives, things don’t always go as we may have planned.  Recently the Board of Directors received notification of Tim’s intentions to resign from Kenbrook as our Executive Director.  While this came as a surprise to us, we certainly wish Tim blessings as he pursues another opportunity that aligns better with the needs of his family. 

In the midst of this transition, Kenbrook's Board of Directors is taking an active role in providing interim leadership while we identify our next Executive Director.   

God is at work at Kenbrook, drawing people to Himself through youth camp and retreat ministries! We are thankful that both registrations for summer camp and retreat center bookings are strong! We especially appreciate your continued financial and prayer support during this time of transition. Your support ensures our programs remain strong as we provide Kenbrook with the leadership it needs to advance its mission in the years to come.  


Greg Starr
Board Chair

Doug Umble
Assistant Chair

Jessica McCormick

Dennis Funk




The mission of Kenbrook and it's staff is to be like Christ in all relationships in order to facilitate a closer connection to God, self, others and nature.



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