BOARD MEMBERS

 
Mark Boyle
 
Mark Boyle
Cottonwood Community Church
Mt. Meadows Bible Camp been a part of Mark Boyle’s family for generations.  Mark’s father, Jerry Boyle, served as Mt. Meadows Camp Director for over 25 years.  While Jerry was Camp Director, Mark met his future wife, Elizabeth, as 4th graders at Junior Camp.  Mark and Elizabeth later served as Mt. Meadows Camp Counselors in college and Mark’s girls (Heather, Grace, and Hannah) have all worked and counselled at Mountain Meadows.  Mark Boyle is a Teaching Elder at Cottonwood Community Church and School Director of Cottonwood Creek Charter School.  Mark has shared that the highlight of Cottonwood Community Church’s year is their July Family Camp at Mt. Meadows.  Mark has seen Mt. Meadows impact thousands of lives for Christ and he counts it a privilege to serve on the board of Shasta Christian Youth. 
jones family
 
Troy Jones
Oak Grove Bible Fellowship
Troy Jones has served 10+ years as a Board Member of Shasta Christian Youth.  He spent a week each summer during his childhood as a camper at Mountain Meadows and now gets to  relive the experiences through his kids.  One summer during his college season he was a camp counselor.  Camp is always special and he still enjoys as an adult staying at camp and experiencing it again.
 
 
 
 
steve kerns
 
Steve Kerns
Oak Grove Bible Fellowship
Steve and his wife Joy have been involved in Mountain Meadows Bible Camp for a long time, having celebrated their first wedding anniversary there as counselors. Their kids have also grown up through camp as campers, counselors, Mountain Valley Expedition leader, and pretty soon their oldest grandson will be old enough to be a camper (with the other grandkids to follow)! Steve and his wife live in Round Mountain and attend Oak Grove Bible Fellowship. 
 
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Mark McKinley
 
Mark McKinley
Neighborhood Church of Anderson/Cottonwood
Mark McKinley has served as a camp board member since 2008.  God used a camp youth ministry much like Mountain Meadows Bible Camp to lead him to the Lord when he was 12 years old.  He has seen God at work in the lives of many campers and staff at Mountain Meadows as well.  This is probably why he is so enthusiastic about Camp.  In 2014 he retired after teaching more than 30 years at Black Butte Elementary School in Shingletown.  Since then God has given him a surprising amount of joy working with the camp volunteer maintenance crew on the Tuesday work days.  Each of his five children have been campers and three of them have been counselors at camp.  Camp has been so important in their social and spiritual development.  He and his wife, Anne,  enjoy spending time outdoors in God’s creation.  Mountain Meadows Bible Camp, up in the fresh cool air, is a great place for that.
 
Dale Pack
 
Dale Pack
Cottonwood Community Church
 
Dale and his wife started camp ministry at Hume Lake many years ago – and have continued that tradition of service at Mountain Meadows Bible Camp! They have three boys that have all been involved in camp one way or another. One through Child Evangelism Fellowship, one became a program director for a number of summers, and one has brought his new bride to camp as  counselors and music leaders whenever they can. Dale calls Cottonwood home and goes to Cottonwood Community Church.
 
 
Jim Weaver
 
Jim Weaver
Shasta Community Church
 
Jim has been involved at Mountain Meadows Bile Camp from it’s very earliest beginnings until now – that’s over 50 years!! He has been active on the board for these many years in every role imaginable. His family has come with him as well – from sewing the curtains for the cabins, counselling, campers, and even his grandkids have been campers and volunteers in the kitchen as well! His son, Dave, is currently head of maintenance at camp as well, so the legacy lives on!