Warren was never a camper; however he served on summer staff beginning in 1991. So far they've been unable to get rid of him since. Warren felt a calling to serve at Loucon and to serve as the Loucon director. He was the program director beginning in 1997 and became Loucon's youngest director in 2003. Currently Warren has served as the director longer than anyone else in Loucon's history.
Josh grew up attending camp at Loucon. This is the place where Josh accepted Christ into his life, and it has been a joy to see him live out that life. He served on summer staff in 2008 & 2009. Then God called him back to Loucon in 20l2 to serve as the Program Director...we are so glad!
Benji has been with Loucon since 1988. He is a Loucon staple, and utilizes his expertise and love of this ministry to keep it running smoothly!
Bridget has served on summer staff, as a camp dean, and she was tricked into joining the full time staff in 2009 by her husband Roger who wanted to spend more time at Loucon! She is the friendly voice you'll hear when you contact camp.
Heidi Arnold joined our staff in 2010. She's responsible for keeping our campers and guests well fed. Heidi and her crew feed us and also make sure things are clean and ready for our guests. They remove obstacles to grace so that our campers and guests may hear that still small voice of God rather than focusing on unmet needs. She's a blessing to our team!
Jamie served on our summer staff for two summers and then became Loucon's first fall intern in the fall of 2013. She was so good we couldn't remember how we got anything done without her so we brought her on board in January of 2014. We still aren't sure how we did anything before Jamie.
Alex served on summer staff for four summers before becoming our 2014 fall intern. He loved it and we loved him, so he became full time at the end of his internship.
A summer at Loucon is both demanding and rewarding. Through long days and long nights, one learns what it is to have a servant’s heart. With Christ at the center of every activity, task, job, or chore, the opportunities for growth are endless. Not only will one have the opportunity to grow personally, but he/she will also have the opportunity to grow in Christian community with the fellow staff members. With a focus on service to every camper and volunteer as well as each other, it is our prayer that everyone who enters the gates of Loucon will grow in their relationship with Christ.