Women's Ministry Bios

Camiel Hull - Ten Things 

  1. I am a word nerd and an ink slinger. I find that my voice is loudest and most clear when I write.
  2. I have no middle name. My dad says that he spelled my name phonetically, which explains the unusual spelling.
  3. I once worked at an orphanage for disabled children in Mexico. I hopped in my car with a hand drawn map and a few days later landed on their doorstep.
  4. I rarely make my bed - like mostly never.
  5. There is a 33 year age difference between my youngest brother and me.
  6. I’ll try anything twice, well, except for cilantro. My Hispanic roots cringe at such a statement.
  7. I am frequently teased about my baby hands.
  8. I love to get lost on purpose. Alaska provides the perfect playground for my wanderlust spirit.
  9. I have a slight shoe obsession.
  10. I have five grandchildren.

Candice DeGraaf - Ten Things

  1.  I was born in Las Vegas, NV but moved to Alaska when I was six months old.
  2. My fondest childhood memories are spending my pre-school years flying all over bush Alaska with my dad.
  3. When asked who is the weirdest one in our family, my husband AND kids looked at me…so there’s that.
  4. I was once on the Price Is Right with Bob Barker and I won a car!
  5. If laughing was a hobby it would be my favorite. I love to laugh and to make others laugh too. It feeds my soul.
  6. Food is my love language.
  7. I cannot stand to touch hands or feet (mine included) that have been shriveled up from being in the water too long.
  8. I just learned to hold my breath underwater LAST YEAR!
  9. My happy place is when I’m painting, crafting, or anything that requires creativity and sipping on a good cup of coffee.
  10. I went on two dates with my husband before we decided to get married.

Rochelle Wissehr - Ten Things

  1. I went to high school in Germany but graduated in Arizona.
  2. I learned to snow and water ski when I was four years old.
  3. I like to be on time, which means five minutes early.
  4. I have lived in seven different states and two countries.
  5. I recharge by spending time with my husband.
  6. I was on a dance team in high school and I still love to dance.
  7. I love to organize stuff.
  8. I coached cheerleading for 12 years.
  9. I have met Toby Mac three times and one of those times I asked him to call my husband and he did!
  10. My grandma Alma is my biggest hero!

Sarah McGhee - ten things

  1. I think brunch is always a good idea.
  2. I grew up calling my grandfather Seanathair (Irish) and my grandmother Bestemor (Norwegian).
  3. I still haven’t found a food I don’t like besides sauerkraut and goat cheese.
  4. My husband and I are on the same page that the Christmas tree must stay up until the end of February. We’re those people.
  5. I’m an extrovert but some of the best days are when I have no plans, stay home and get to snuggle my daughter, read books to her and play with her.
  6. I was due to be born on Christmas and was almost named Holly but was born on New Year’s Day instead and my parents chose Sarah. I still love the name Holly.
  7. I’m not a fan of TV or reading fiction books.
  8. One of my favorite things is how the Lord will use His Word in the Bible and in devotionals to speak to our hearts about exactly what it’s yearning for.
  9. I feel accomplished when I can keep my hair in the same messy bun for 2 days in a row.
  10. My weaknesses are: my husband’s blue eyes, coffee and chocolate.

Maxi Chousand - ten things

  1. I was born in Indonesia, of Chinese descent.
  2. I went to Singapore to visit my aunt without knowing her address and was able to arrive at her house without getting lost once!
  3. I would love to live in a small house on a mountain top.
  4. I love Alaskan winters more than the summers.
  5. I tried to walk on water once and sunk.
  6. To earn tuition, I worked as a cashier in Soho, NYC, where I met Richard Gere and didn’t know even know it.
  7. I love fishing, yet I rarely eat the fish I catch.
  8. Cooking is a way for me to destress.
  9. I hate cockroaches and snakes.
  10. I am directionally challenged.