Bryan & Rebecca Johnson
Bryan C. Johnson is Board Chair and current Managing Director of Psalm68Five Ministries. Bryan became fatherless at the age of 4 when his father became Missing in Action in Vietnam. It was not until 13 years later that Bryan and his family learned the fate of his earthly father, that he had died in Vietnam all those years earlier. He came to know that his Heavenly Father had a special compassion for those who grow up fatherless. Bryan is burdened to share the messages of changing from an orphan spirit identity to a child of God identity. He and his wife, Rebecca, live in McKinney, Texas and have two adult married daughters, Rachel and Kathleen. Rebecca handles many of the administrative duties of Psalm68five.
Steve Foster worked in the oil & gas industry for over 35 years. He has taught Sunday school for children and young teens for 35 years and has been involved in various prison ministries for the last 7 years. He and his wife, Sharon, live in The Woodlands, Texas, and have four grown children and seven grandchildren.
Kent & Colleen Nunn
Colleen and Kent Nunn reside in Highland Village, Texas and have been involved in Psalm 68:5 since inception. Kent works for a global technology and consulting business and Colleen is involved in various ministries. They have been married for nearly 40 years and have three children and 2 grandchildren. They are both active in Community Bible Study and their home church in Hickory Creek, Texas. Kent is a member of the Executive Committee of the Psalm 68:5 board and Colleen chairs the Resource Committee for Psalm 68:5 as well as the Prayer Team.
Matt & Maggie Raines
Matt and Maggie met while serving on the summer staff at Frontier Camp. They married in 1995 and moved to Dallas where both were involved in church work while Matt earned a Masters in Christian Education from Dallas Seminary. Upon completing studies at DTS, they moved back to Frontier Camp where Maggie served in various capacities and Matt was the Assistant Director and became the Executive Director in 2003 and served in that capacity until his retirement in September of 2020. They both have a passion for the underserved and they led the camp to begin outreaches including a week of camp for children of prisoners, a Christian camp in Haiti and a summer camp week for the Fatherless. Maggie earned her BS in Nursing from UT Tyler in December and Matt is a Financial Advisor in Crockett. They have two children, Emma and Will, both of which attend Texas A&M University and are active in campus and summer camp ministries. The Raines continue their work with Frontier Camp in a volunteer capacity, they are active in their local church and they participate in an area children’s ministry of which many fatherless children are a part.
Bruce & Margie Johnson
Bruce and Margie Johnson from Holland, MI have been part of the leadership team at Higher Ground at Lake Louise since its inception. A camp focused on the Father Heart of God through Faith In Jesus Christ, it offers a special place for kids growing up in a home without a father present and their moms. Bruce has also been a board member of Psalm68five since it was formed. Bruce and Margie have been married for over 40 years, have 5 children scattered throughout the U.S. and 8 grandchildren with more on the way. Bruce has been transitioning his investment firm to a new leadership team, creating space for he and Margie to be more available for the plans and purposes the Lord has placed on their hearts.
Bill & 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 while supporting overseas orphan and local / global Christian ministries for many years. Bill has recently retired from the energy and property insurance business. He and Janet have been married for 36 years and currently live in Houston. They have three married children and three grandchildren.
David & Molly Shmidt
David and Molly have been involved in youth ministry around the world. They have always had a heart for children and for sharing their love of God as Father.
Melinda lived in St. Petersburg from 1992 -2002 with her husband, Mark, and their three children.
Dr. Nick Eno
Dr. Nick Eno is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Private Practice in The Dallas/Fort Worth area. He specializes in Soul Repair after Trauma, Mood Disorders and Marriage and Family Therapy. He has been a certified EMDR Provider since 1995.He is a member of Give An Hour -a national consortium of Clinicians who donate clinical services to veterans and front line workers. He is a graduate of Regent University (MA Counseling 1992) and Therapon University (ThD Practical Theology 2006).Dr Eno is an ordained minister. He is also author of “The Orphan Syndrome”