Jeff and Carol Kahl graduated from Northland Baptist Bible College in 1987 (Carol) and 1989 (Jeff). They served at Northland Camp & Conference Center and Northland Baptist Bible College in various positions until 2003. After twelve years of serving ministries in Michigan and North Carolina, they are assisting Northland to reestablish a stable and impacting Bible camp and institute ministry.
Pastor Daniel Minton has been senior pastor at Trinity Baptist Church in Westfield, Indiana, since 2015. Daniel and his wife, Joy, spent four years on the mission field in Africa as church planters. While they were in Mozambique, a sixteen-foot crocodile attacked Daniel. Through many providential helps from God, Daniel not only escaped death but also found God’s grace more than sufficient. The crocodile attack resulted in drawing people to Christ and in transforming Daniel’s passion for service. He wants to serve Northland so he can see God bring young people to Northland again.
Fred Barribeau, a pastor and businessman, graduated from Northland Baptist Bible College in 1988 with a degree in pastoral studies. He became a pastor in 1990 and has been preaching ever since, most recently at Northwoods Chapel in Pembine, Wisconsin. He became a certified lumber inspector and moved on to begin his own business. From his experience in the lumber industry, he started Precision Lumber Company, a hardwood sawmill specializing in contract sawing. He currently resides in Dunbar, Wisconsin, and lives a half mile from campus.
J. Eric Lomax, MD
Eric and his wife, Debbie, began attending Northland Family Camp, with their three children, in 1994. Over the next several years their children also attended Junior and Teen Camp. Since Northland, Debbie and Eric have served on various mission and medical mission teams. They were serving 24 miles from Port au Prince when the Haitian earthquake struck and were part of one of the first relief teams into the area. Eric has served on the boards and committees of two Christian colleges as well as local, state, and national medical societies. He is excited to serve Northland and looks forward to seeing Northland's ministry reach others.