Christian Aguilar is a Pastor of Vida Life Bilingual church in Hummelstown PA, Married for 23 years with Ximena Suarez and father of Martin and Joaquin. He is been the Executive Director for 3 years. Christian&Ximena also are Missionaries of ABWE
The Rev. George Scott is married to Donna Scott and is the father of Alexandra and Nicholas . He lives in Dillsburg, PA, and graduated in May 2013 with a Master of Divinity degree from the United Lutheran Seminary.
Bill has served on the Board of FFCM for the past two years and works closely with Pastor Christian in various aspects of the mission of the ministry, including coordination of volunteers and donations supply, fundraising, administrative responsibilities, and visiting camps. Bill has worked in a variety of church and mission roles over the years, including Sunday School teacher, AWANA leader, small-group Bible study facilitator (along with his wife, Karen), elder/council member and Vacation Bible School leader. Bill has served on both domestic and international mission trips. Bill and his wife were employed as House Parents at the Milton Hershey School and Bill also served on the Board of Directors for the Kidney Foundation in Baltimore, Maryland.
Bill and Karen currently reside in Hershey, PA and attend Vida Life Church faithfully. They have three grown sons and five adorable grandchildren.
Milo, along with his wife Carrie and their four children, live in Waynesboro, PA. In conjunction with with six other family members, they own Treasure Apple Ranch, a 286 acre Apple Orchard also located in Waynesboro. Milo and Carrie also own a Laser Engraving business serving the local community and businesses, as well as homeschooling their children. They attend Mt. Zion, a district of the German Baptist Brethren New Conference church, and while not in any official capacity, help with the youth when possible.
Pastor Harold Wantz has been a born again Christian for 53 years. He has served 45 years on the FFCM Board. Participated with Churches to “Befriend A Camp” at Bonnie Brae Orchards since it began as Adopt A Camp. He spent two years in the US Army as a Medical Corpsman in South Korea. He worked for the State of PA 33 years in over nine different positions and retired after being Site Administrator for five years at the Adams County CareerLink in Gettysburg.