Founder and CEO | Email Mark
I have been married to my wife Jane for a joy filled 32 years! I continue to learn from and love my sweetie and am amazed by Gods blessing me with her. I’m a daddy to five daughters (Leah, Hannah, Lindsay, Callie and Sophia) ranging in age from 18-31. Maybe that’s one reason I desire to help boys grow into Godly men.
Professionally over the past 33 years I have been a financial advisor with Northwestern Mutual in Milwaukee WI. Over these years I have also invested myself in helping lead local youth and mens ministries as well some roles within our local christian church.
As I worked and served in these areas I began to understand the way God wired and designed me. I want to share the joy and fulfilled life anyone can have through developing a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. It led me to start a ministry called Hunt4Life Foundation 17 years ago which helps raise funds for christian ministries and causes focused on helping people understand Gods ultimate call on their life. LifeCampUSA is a ministry arm of Hunt4Life Foundation and developed from a desire to help boys understand what the Bible says it looks like to become a Man!
I totally love activities that get me out into Gods creation! Hunting, fishing, hiking or just sitting around a campfire….especially with a few other men talking about God’s plan for our lives! It doesn’t get any better than that!!
Director of Outreach | Email Jane
Mark, my husband, has blessed me with over 30 years of marriage. Coming alongside Mark is a love and devotion that has drawn me closer to Jesus in the most precious ways.
Our five daughters have inspired me to look at life through God’s lens and to challenge myself in communicating what that means or looks like. God has guided me in teaching them through homeschooling for 26 years. Following the 2021 graduation of our youngest daughter, I am now officially retired…whew!
Partnering with single mothers in crises has opened my heart to a greater understanding of God’s unconditional love. Through caring for their children, who’ve stayed in our home, my understanding of Christ’s enduring love and friendship has deepened.
Supporting children, youth, family, and evangelism ministries through training and volunteering is a blessing to me. LifeCampUSA is an extension of that support. Helping develop a program that aids a young man towards fullness in Christ is an honor to be a part of. While surrounded by God’s beautiful creation and the dedication of God fearing mentors, our hope is for a deep-rooted and eternal impact.
Director of Operations | Email Trevor
Trevor has relied heavily on his Christian faith over the past two decades to overcome adversity in difficult military training as well as leading others to succeed. These lessons are the ones he most desires to share with the next generation; to be there for his brothers sons who are no longer able to and mentor them. While there is no replacement for these boys’ fathers, Trevor is steadfast in showing these young men that their heavenly father will always be there for them.
In his free time, Trevor enjoys the daily grind of life, early mornings, and cold weather. He also enjoys functional fitness, remote backpacking, woodworking, and reading about cosmology, military history and leadership.
Director of Development | Email Daniel
I am (not coincidentally) compelled by Daniel‘s commitment to God, even in the face of a den full of lions. As our world is changing around us and seemingly advertising for destructive behavior and denigrating constructive support for others and reliance upon God, the true cost of following Jesus Christ’s example increases every year. As Daniel dependably went to God for spiritual nourishment and comfort through his daily prayer, I hope to follow suit and daily come to communion with God to share my burdens and listen to his guidance in my life.
I make sure to hit the frozen slopes at least once every year on my skis. Whenever I get a chance throughout the year, I love to explore urban and wild environments on foot and by bike. Nights spent by a campfire cooking a dinner of skewered steak and roasting marshmallows (to golden perfection of course) can’t go wrong.