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How old are you?


How did you hear about TCBC?

It’s been a part of my family for a long time; I kinda always have known about it.

How did you decide on your camp name?

I got stressed {when it was time to announce it] and said the first thing that came to mind.

What did you want to be when you grew up?

I wanted to be a vet.

If you were stranded on an island and had to pick 3 TCBC staff members to rescue you, who would it be and why?

Cookie – she’s my best friend and she would help me laugh through the situation.

Mozie – she would calm us down and help us not be dumb and provide a much-needed clear mind.

Hornet – he would actually help us stay alive and probably get us rescued. He would be the dad of the group.

What is one of your favorite camp songs?

“Another in the Fire”

What is your favorite camp meal?

Chicken strips all the way.

How has your life been transformed by serving at camp?

I have so much more respect for those who work hard every day and still have a smile on their face.

What spiritual truths have you been learning about lately?

There is no such thing as the “perfect” Christian.

What has God been teaching you lately?

God has been teaching me that nothing matters more than maintaining a relationship with Him.

What has God been saying to you lately?

He’s been encouraging me to keep pursuing Him and leaning on Him instead of myself.

What is one embarrassing camp moment that you've experienced?

I walked on the bridge at the Jungle Jimmy and fell flat on my butt. Then I had a wet mark on my jeans for the rest of the afternoon.

What is one of your fondest memories from serving on staff?

Crew Bible studies; they were such abounding experiences. I learned a lot about others’ views, and I learned so much about God.

What is your favorite place at TCBC? Why?

Definitely the drivable bridge, it’s so peaceful and you get to appreciate God’s creation. I also feel the closest to God when I’m there.

What staff member has had the biggest impact on you at TCBC?

Definitely Pivot (Hannah); she was so kind and understanding. She treated crew girls like equals. She did everything with joy, and you could genuinely tell she loved serving the Lord.

What do you love about your job?

I loved babysitting and cleaning bathrooms.

What jobs have you had at camp?

Crew in 2021!

What is the hardest part of your job?

I think it’s the social aspect; you are around so many different types of people and have to learn how to work with different personalities.

What makes serving at camp so fun?

You are with your best friends glorify the King of Kings there is nothing better.

Would you recommend serving at camp to someone? Why?

Yes, 100 times yes. You grow so much, and it’s such an amazing way to grow in God. He teaches you more than you think you could learn in three months. You also get to make so many incredible memories. And meet people with the same passion for the Lord as you!