“If anyone is above reproach, the husband of one wife, and his children are believers and not open to the charge of debauchery or insubordination. For an overseer,[c] as God’s steward, must be above reproach. He must not be arrogant or quick-tempered or a drunkard or violent or greedy for gain, but hospitable, a lover of good, self-controlled, upright, holy, and disciplined. He must hold firm to the trustworthy word as taught, so that he may be able to give instruction in sound[d] doctrine and also to rebuke those who contradict it.” – Titus 1:6-9

Senior Minister
Andy Bratton Kalkaska Church of Christ

Andy Bratton

Andy and his family are ready for the next adventure in the journey God has called them to. He enrolled in the Master’s program at Cincinnati Christian University. He attends classes once per week at their satellite campus in Indianapolis. He has two semesters of classes left after the current fall semester is over.
Kevin Davis

Kevin Davis

TESTIMONY – HOW I BECAME A CHRISTIAN Growing up, my family was not a regular “Church going family”; occasionally we attended the Catholic Church. It wasn’t until 1997 when my wife, Debra, and I had our first child and experienced that miracle that I really had a motivating experience to move me to understanding. My wife had been a regular church attendee when she was younger. Over the next few years and the miracle of another child, I really began How COVID has affected us
Associate Minister
Tim Severance Kalkaska Church of Christ

Tim Severance

Testimony – How I became a Christian My mother was a strong example of a Christian to me in my youth. I enjoyed church and the people there. When I was 11 years old I remember a singing group called, The Gospel Couriers, came to our church for a week of music and revival. Friday night of that week, I went forward and was baptized at KCC. Family Life I was married in September 2000 to Anita Sherman. We had How COVID has affected us
Mike Babcock - KCC Elder

Mike Babcock

Testimony – How I became a Christian I have been blessed to be part of the Kalkaska Church of Christ family my whole life. I was 9 years old when I was baptized by Paul Stacey, our KCC Minister at the time. I knew I was a sinner and wanted Jesus to be my Lord and Savior and it has been my deepest desire to serve God wherever He’d use me. Education I went to Great Lakes Christian College for How COVID has affected us

Darin Cummings

My family started attending the Kalkaska Church of Christ around 2004 when we were looking for programs that our children could be engaged with. Shortly after that, my wife and I were baptized by Dan Johnson after several discussions. Since that time all three of our children were baptized at Wilderness Camp or at the old church building on Main Street. All of our children are now married and we have seven grandchildren.  I enjoy working with the youth and How COVID has affected us
Dean Farrier - KCC Elder

Dean Farrier

Testimony – How I became a Christian I was born into a Christian family, which dedicated me as is an infant to be raised in a Godly way of life. I asked Jesus to be my Savior and Lord at age 4 and was baptized at KCC at age 14. I have known since childhood that God expected me to work in and for His Church. To keep vocational ministry an option, I attended Milligan Collage to get Bible basics How COVID has affected us
Richard Hodgman - KCC Elder

Dr. Richard Hodgman

TESTIMONY – HOW I BECAME A CHRISTIAN My mother and my maternal grandparents were strong Christian examples throughout my younger life. My mother taught the woman Sunday school class, and I was active in youth activities. I loved studying the Bible. During high school, I attended a Wednesday night Bible study with the minister and six elderly members. I learned a lot about the Bible during these sessions. FAMILY LIFE I married Karen Spencer in June 1968.  She went to How COVID has affected us
Dave Israel - KCC Elder

Dave Israel

Testimony – How i became a Christian I was raised Southern Baptist. When I was seven or eight years old there was an altar call. I wanted to go up there for a few weeks but I was scared to go in front the of all those people. Knowing this my mom offered to walk me up to answer the call. I was baptized at a later date-Freewill Baptist Church! Family Life I was born in Asheville, North Carolina and How COVID has affected us