Josh was born and raised in Harlan County and spent many summers at Camp Nathanael. Spending a number of years away as a student, Josh returned home after finishing his Masters of Divinity, married his bride, and now serves as the senior pastor of a local church.
Melody Dubois’ history began with SMMM before she entered elementary school. Her parents, Bob and Lillian Murr, served many years with our mission. Melody is now married with two children and serves with SIL international, a strategic partner of Wycliffe, as their Global Communications Director and chief Marketing and Communications Officer.
Bill Clark grew up in Harlan County. Bill started Camp Nathanael as a 4th grader and never missed a summer. Now with a wife and two children, Bill serves as a senior pastor in Northern Kentucky and has been on staff with the same church for 21 years.
Pete Youmans has pastored the same church for 32 years. He and his wife have three grown children. In addition to pastoring, Pete teaches Old Testament and ministry courses at Bible colleges here in the states as well as in the Middle East. He has spoken many times at Camp Nathanael and has been a go-to source for counsel for many years.
Michelle Thomas Castle is a native Knott County girl who is now married and has two daughters. A former camper and summer staffer, Michelle now practices law in Bristol, TN.
David Price is the Campus Minister of Oneida Baptist Institute in Oneida, KY and pastors a local church. He is married with two grown children and seven grandchildren. David is a Board Certified Pastoral Counselor with a Doctor of Ministry degree in Christian Counseling and a Doctor of Philosophy in Religion.
Sam Stacy has enjoyed 37 years of marriage, has two grown children, and five grandchildren. Sam was a camper and has more recently been involved as a volunteer with our Outdoor Education program. He recently retired after serving as the Chief of the Hazard Fire Department for 26 years and ending his career as the City Manager. Sam currently pastors a local church in Hazard.