You have heard that it was said, “Love your neighbor and hate your enemy.” But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, that you may be children of your father in heaven.

(Matthew 5:43-45)


Kelsie Wessels has accepted the role of director of Laity Lodge Family Camp. Kelsie has been a valuable part of the LLFC team for the past six years, and we are excited for this new chapter.

Dayton Whites is our new director of Singing Hills for LLYC. He has served in various roles at the H. E. Butt Foundation for more than six years, including assistant director of operations at LLFC.

Joshua Gill is our new assistant director of LLFC. He has been working in youth ministry in San Antonio for six years, and we are excited to welcome him, his wife Veronica, and their daughter Grace.

The Last Word

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