Our Mission

Psalm68five is a Non-profit organization on a mission to help change the trajectory of fatherless kids from very poor statistical outcomes in life, to great outcomes where they learn to understand and accept the special relationship promised to them by God the Father.

Currently we are doing this by providing opportunities for fatherless kids to go to Christian Summer camp so they can unplug from the influences of the world and learn that God is longing to have a “special” relationship with them as promised in Psalm 68:5.

Most of us have fathers. They teach us things… life skills, how to tie a tie, how to drive a car, how to succeed at that job interview, how to follow God. But what about the millions of kids whose father is absent? The statistics tell us that many of them will grow up to become drug addicts, school drop-outs, alcoholics or teen suicide stories. We believe God has a better plan.

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of U.S. children live without their father
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of homeless and runaway children are from fatherless homes
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of pregnant teenagers lack a father
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of Adolescent patients in chemical abuse centers come from fatherless homes
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of children from fatherless homes exhibit behavior disorders
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of high school drop outs are fatherless
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of youth suicides are from fatherless homes
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Boys whose fathers are absent have double the odds of being incarcerated.

Camp For The Fatherless

is a program that provides scholarships to fatherless kids so they can attend a Christian summer camp. The program also sponsors counselors who attend the camp with the purpose of showing the love of God – The Father to the kids who don’t have a father figure in their life. 

Camp For The Fatherless currently partners with:
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100% of public donations goes toward sponsoring kids and counselors. We have a special and efficient structure with almost all administration and operating costs covered through private funding. As such, 100% of all public donations to Psalm68five go toward camp scholarships and camp counselor costs.

Board of Directors

Bryan Johnson


is the executive director and founder of Psalm68Five Ministries and Camp For The Fatherless. His desire to help change the trajectory of fatherless kids’ lives stems from his own experience growing up. Bryan currently lives with his wife, Rebecca in McKinney, Texas. They have two daughters, Rachel who is married and is currently in vet school at Texas A&M and Kathleen who attends Wheaton College in Illinois.

Kent Nun


Kent Nunn is a member of the board of directors of Psalm68Five Ministries and Camp For The Fatherless. His business background is in accounting, law and technology management. Kent has a deep love for children and their relationship with the Lord. Kent currently lives with his wife, Colleen, in Flower Mound, Texas. They have a daughter, Chelsea, a son and daughter in law, Alex and Megan, and a son, Andrew.

Bruce Johnson

Bruce Johnson is the founder and CEO of an investment firm serving clients throughout the United States and based in West Michigan. Bruce and his wife Margie have five children who have all grown up deeply influenced by their years at camp. Bruce and Margie met while youngsters at camp and years later continue to serve in many capacities. Over the last few years they have had an opportunity to help start the Psalm 68:5 initiative at Camp Lake Louise in northern Michigan as the pilot camp. Having grown up fatherless, Bruce remembers with great thankfulness the many who invested spiritually in him while a young camper, speaking towards the promises found in the “Father heart of God”. Years later, both Bruce and Margie desire to carry on in this next generation what was so freely given to them, through our savior Christ Jesus.

Bill and Janet Hopkins


Bill and Janet Hopkins are members of the Board for Psalm68Five Ministries and Camp for the Fatherless. They both have a longstanding heart for young people and have served with the Young Life ministry for many years. Bill and Janet currently live in Houston. They have a son and daughter-in-law, Will and Katie; a son, Tom; a daughter, Elizabeth and a granddaughter, Elsie.