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Carolina Bible Camp is led by many Christian servants who give their time to Christian teens as summer camp counselors, workers, volunteers, and supporters. The mission of CBC is entrusted to a Board of Directors who are committed to carrying on the traditions and values of Christian youth camping in North Carolina. These servants come from all across our state and are engaged at CBC in a variety of ways. Click on any name to send an email.


David Allgood

David Allgood attends the Fuquay-Varina church of Christ in Fuquay-Varina, with his wife of 17 years Kathy. They have four children ages 11-27. David is a contractor and owner of DavidSon Home Crafters and is lucky to have Kathy working with him. David has been volunteering at camp since 1981.


Wilson Burton

Wilson Burton’s involvement with CBC began as a camper during its very first session, continuing to serve for the past 52 years – as counselor, teacher, handcrafts, canteen, camp manager and Board member. He attends the Kannapolis Church of Christ in Kannapolis, with his wife, Lil. They have two adult children who began going to camp with their parents before they were 2 years old and who continue to be supportive of CBC.


Greg Brewer

Greg Brewer is a deacon at the Wilkesboro church of Christ. He is married to Lisa DeMaio Brewer, and they have two adult sons. Greg has practiced law in Wilkesboro since 1988. He attended CBC in his youth, many years before the camp was in its current permanent location. His favorite bible verse is Titus 3:13.


Randal Burton

Randal is the minister for the Siler City church and is married to Teresa who is a guidance counselor at a local high school. Randal has a Master’s degree in counseling and has worked with youth since 1971. He has been the kitchen supervisor for CBC for 31 years ordering the food for 20,000 meals each summer.


Bobby Grigsby

Bobby Grigsby attends the Jericho Church of Christ in Mocksville. He and his wife Bonnie have worked with multiple weeks of camp for almost 20 years. Bobby is an Optometrist practicing in Salisbury and has led teen and young adult ministries at several congregations. He has served on the board of CBC since 1996 and currently serves as board treasurer.


Scott Mills

Scott Mills attends the South Fork Church of Christ in Winston-Salem with his wife, Sue Ann. They have three adult children who all enjoyed CBC in their younger years. Sue Ann works with Scott at Carolina Hearing Doctors where he is audiologist.


Jack Harris

Jack has been married to Linda King for 56 years, having met at the University of Kentucky. They have been married 56 years and have two children, Todd, and Melissa who has gone on to be with her Lord. Jack has worked two jobs for 31 years, one at IBM and the other as a volunteer, counselor, Board member and Chairman of the Board for CBC. Jack and Linda have three grandchildren and he credits his own children with introducing him to Carolina Bible Camp. The Harris’ attend North Raleigh congregation and he counts Philippians 4:13 as his favorite bible verse : I can do everything through Christ who gives me strength.”


Stephen Flatt

Stephen Flatt has been involved with Carolina Bible camp for over 20 years as a camper, counselor, teacher, and/or worker. He met his wife, Barbara, at Carolina Bible Camp when they were teenagers. Stephen attends the Queen City Church of Christ in Charlotte and he is a sergeant with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department.


Cole Hull

Cole and his family live in Hickory, NC and attend the Hickory Church of Christ. I have been married to Margo for twenty years and we have three children. (Magen 18, Bryce 14, Siri 12). Margo and I own and operate a marina on Lake Hickory. I have been involved with camp since age 9 as a camper, counselor, teacher, athletic director, and for the last 10+ years as a board member. Margo and I originally met at camp when we were 13. My favorite verse is I Corinthians 16:14 – Let all that you do be done in love.


George Stevenson

George and his wife Gladys have been married 57 years with 5 children 8 grand children, and 3 great grand children. He has been a member of Highland Acres church of Christ, Statesville, NC and is a retired machinist. He has served on the Board for many years and was one of the original members to examine the site that CBC now sits on. His favorite verse is 2 Peter 3:9 – The Lord is not slack concerning his promises, as some men count slackness; but is long suffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance.


Scott Woollens

Scott Woollens is a member of the Raleigh church of Christ with his wife, Carol Sue. Their children, Nate, Lyman and Ginny thrived in the CBC environment and made many long-lasting friendships there. Scott works for Pfizer Vaccines in Sanford, NC and Carol Sue is a full-time homemaker.


Dennis Conner

Dennis Conner serves as the preacher for the Brooks Avenue Church of Christ in Raleigh, NC. He began attending CBC as a camper in 1963 and has not missed a year since! Dennis and his wife, Sherie, have devoted much of their adult lives to serving young people through CBC. Sherie serves as Craft Director for Week 6. Dennis has served on the board of directors since 1980 and has been a weekly director since 1988.


Andy King

Andy has been married to Melissa 22 years. He grew up in Charlotte and attended Archdale Church of Christ, and was baptized into Christ at the Woodman of the World camp. He has worked at Adaptive Control for the last 22 years as a production and office manager. He is the youth Deacon at Lake Norman Church of Christ in Huntersville, and he enjoys the blessing of working with some of the most amazing teens in the world. He and Melissa have two children,  Cassie and Amia.


Billy Voss


Charley Belch


Forrest Boozer


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