Hubert Harriman was born and raised in Bolivia, as a missionary kid (MK). Hubert met Sarah while finishing his MA degree at Anderson School of Theology, in Anderson, Indiana. They now celebrate 45 years of marriage.
After serving in Argentina, they moved to Ligonier, Indiana where Hubert pastored for 26 years. During his pastorate, Hubert also served on the WGM Board of Directors for a number of years. He was a Conference Superintendent for two years, before becoming the fifth president of WGM where he served for 14 years. This responsibility took Hubert and Sarah around the world, in various leadership and ministry opportunities.
During his recent retirement from WGM, the Board of Directors conferred on him the titles of WGM President Emeritus and WGM Ambassador-at-Large. Hubert and Sarah continue to travel both nationally and internationally, in speaking and teaching capacities and other ministries.
Blessed with three married daughters, and nine grandchildren, their greatest joy is to see their three daughters, with their husbands, each walking with the Lord with all their heart.
Nate Lowe is in his 22nd year as an educator. After 15 years as a public school social-studies teacher, coach, and administrator, he spent 4 years leading a faith-based alternative school that partnered with public schools to serve at-risk students. Nate is now in his 4th year as an Assistant Professor in the School of Educational Leadership at Indiana Wesleyan University. He and Anne (Harriman) have been married for 21 years and have three children: Lydia, Isaiah, and Micah. Nate enjoys reading, biking, hiking, gardening, speaking, and traveling with his family.
Laura Lea Sims was introduced to Jesus at a young age by her family and was exposed to missionaries who visited her church and the camp meetings of Hollow Rock (Ohio). The Lord used her child and teenager years to help Laura grow closer to Him in which she made Him Lord of her life in high school.
Three years after she graduated from Asbury College, Laura Lea taught at Southwest Indian School in Arizona for two years. After becoming a missionary with World Gospel Mission in 1996, she returned to the American Indian Field where she has been serving for the past 22 years. Laura Lea is also an adjunct professor at a Christian college in Phoenix primarily for Native American students.
YOUTH BIBLE TEACHERS
Sarah Harriman was born in Indiana and raised in Oregon, as a preacher’s kid (PK). Hubert and Sarah met while Sarah was finishing her BA degree at Anderson University and now celebrate 45 years of marriage.
During their 26 years of pastoral ministry in Ligonier, Indiana, Sarah, in her very busy “stay-at-home” responsibilities, also worked with women’s ministries, youth ministries, and other church ministries. As she was able, she did substitute teaching and work as a dental assistant.
Sarah is anticipating the opportunity to speak into the lives of the young people during this week of camp!
Becky Steele serves with her husband, Jim, at the Happy Valley Evangelical Church. They live in Happy Valley and have three boys (Anthony, Jameson, and Zachary) and two girls (Maddy and Breanna).
Becky has lead the Vacation Bible School at our Camp Meeting for several years and continues to bring a love and excitement to the kids.
Karl Kochendorfer will be leading the congregational singing and Becky Steele will be presenting the special music before the message during our evangelistic services throughout the week. Becky Steele will also lead the choir that sings on the final Sunday of camp.
Debbie Weatherspoon will be our pianist and coordinate the music for the week of camp.