This will be Becca’s third summer at Camp Wyoming, and we are so excited that she is joining us again. As a kid, Becca spent some time at summer camp and has very fond memories. “My favorite parts were singing worship songs around the campfire under the stars with our stomachs all full of marshmallows and making friendships that lasted years after!” Now, as an adult, she has come to cherish working with the campers who come to Camp Wyoming and helping them create their own memories and friendships. When she was asked what she was most looking forward to, Becca replied, “Everything!! My heart has been singing since I decided to return! I especially cannot wait to meet the campers, though! I am praying God would bless our summer together and teach us so much more about Him!”
Originally from Waverly, Iowa, Becca currently attends Iowa State University where she studies Family and Consumer Science Education. She’ll begin student teaching this fall. In her free time, she loves spending time outside, going on walks with her cat, Rosie, and dog, Goose, bike rides, and adventures with friends. She also loves painting and reading. When the weather is nice, she likes to have her own outdoor picnics and tea parties. Becca claims to make a very good raspberry lemon scone, and she always has treats ready for the women who come to her Bible study at Iowa State.
For Becca, she feels closest to God when she is journaling or going on walks. She says there’s nothing like talking with God while surrounded by God’s creation! In the last few years, she’s started to learn to play the ukulele, though she says she cannot play and sing at the same time, yet. Maybe your group can write a theme song with Becca accompanying on the ukulele!
Becca’s favorite Bible passage is Lamentations 3:21-24: “But this I call to mind and therefore I have hope: The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.’The Lord is my portion,’ says my soul, ‘therefore I will hope in him.’”