Rev. Dr. Aaron Kilbourn

Rev. Dr. Aaron Kilbourn is an MDiv graduate from Sioux Falls Seminary and has a PhD in Theology and Apologetics from Liberty University Rawlings School of Divinity. He has served as pastor of First Baptist Church in Parker, SD for 21 years. In recent years, he has helped develop and teach certificate, undergraduate, and graduate programs at Colorado Christian University’s Lee Strobel Center. He has also served as a faculty mentor for Kairos University in Sioux Falls, SD and has enjoyed serving on the ABC of the Dakotas Region Policy Board.

Rev. Dr. Kilbourn has great joy in seeing men and women come to understand their God-given gifts and become equipped to serve their community and ministry context for the glory of God and the going out of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He loves the Scripture from Jude 3, “Beloved, although I was very eager to write to you about our common salvation, I found it necessary to write appealing to you to contend for the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints.”

He is married to Michelle, and they have a daughter and son, Aubrey and Zack. In his spare time, he enjoys hunting, fishing, tennis, He also tries to avoid getting beat at basketball by Zack as well as trying new lunch spots with Aubrey.

rev. Lori Dvirnak Lundblad

Associate Executive Minister

Rev. Lori was raised on a ranch near Killdeer (ND). She attended an ABC church where church life and service were part of everyday life. Lori felt the call to full time ministry when she attended the University of Sioux Falls (SD) where she received BA degrees in Psychology and Religions Studies. After graduation, she attended Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary (now Palmer Theological Seminary) in Wynnewood (PA) and received her Masters of Divinity.

Lori began her professional ministry service as Associate Pastor of Youth and Christian Education at the Baptist Church of West Chester (PA). She served as Pastor at First Baptist Church of Rock Springs (WY). For the past 12 years, Lori has worked at CHI Health at Home (Bismarck, ND) as Hospice Chaplain and Bereavement Coordinator as well as being Chaplain Coordinator for seven agencies in ND and MN.

As a chaplain, Lori has accompanied patients and families on the sacred journey home to God. In 2016 she was the featured chaplain by the North Dakota Chaplain’s Association. From chaplaincy to serving a small church in rural Wyoming to a suburban Philadelphia congregation, each ministry setting has been an opportunity to build relationships with people and grow in Christ.

Lori is married to Martin Lundblad and lives in Bismarck (ND) where they raised their two sons, Micah and Ben. She enjoys gardening and playing with their family pets.

Sue and Chuck Kranz

Camp Bentley Managers

Sue and Chuck Kranz are not new faces to Camp Bentley but will now be serving the Lord and Camp Bentley in a new capacity as Camp Managers for the summer season. They have served as junior camp directors in previous years and will continue to do so for the upcoming camp

season as well. Sue and Chuck live in Powers Lake, ND where Sue is the school superintendent and elementary principal. Chuck is a retired educator serving as a former teacher, assistant principal, and

principal. In retirement, Chuck works part time as a student mentor for the Central Regional Education Association and as the youth and family ministry pastor at Bethel Baptist Church in Powers Lake where they attend. Chuck is currently pursuing a Doctor of Ministry degree from

Newburgh Theological Seminary. With many years of experience in education and school leadership, Chuck and Sue are eager to

use their gift of leadership and share their love for people at Camp Bentley. They have been blessed with 6 wonderful daughters and one amazing grandson, Oliver, that bring much joy to their life. Sue and Chuck love to serve the Lord together and are excited to serve as your camp managers this summer.

tracy and danie koskan

camp judson directors

Tracy Koskan grew up on the family farm and ranch near Wood, SD.  He spent many summers as a camper at Camp Judson.  Tracy graduated from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology with a degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2001.  He served on a few political campaigns, helped with the family farm, and worked in Colorado prior to joining the camp staff as Assistant Manager in 2005.  Tracy desires Camp Judson to be a place where disciples are made and equipped to live and love like Jesus.  Tracy's wife, Danie, is also highly involved in camp ministry through administrative support, cooking, media promotions, and many other "as-needed" duties.  In the midst of their unique calling to camp ministry, Tracy and Danie are raising three "men-in-the-making."  The family enjoys skiing, hiking and playing ball together.

rev. dwayne williams

pastor to pastors

Rev. Dwayne Williams is the Pastor to Pastors for ABC Dakotas.  He is currently serving as the Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Huron, SD, and has also served as Pastor of the Friendship Community Church in Sioux Falls, SD, and Associate Pastor of the Emmanuel Baptist Church in Sioux Falls, SD.  Dwayne has also served as the President of the ABC Dakotas Region Policy Board, and currently serves the region as an ABC USA Mission Table Representative.  He has been a member of Sioux Falls Rotary since 2007, and has also provided leadership to several organizations including: All Nations City Church; Human Relations Commission; Sioux Falls Diversity Council; Black History Museum Board; Martin Luther King Day Planning Committee; and Interfaith Task Force.  Dwayne  is well-seasoned with a variety of life and ministry experiences, and is a wonderful resource for our pastors.

Kim AAlberg

Kim has been capably serving the ABC Dakotas as an Administrative Assistant for over 30 years - since 1984. She has worked for five region executive ministers and her knowledge of ABC Dakotas "institutional history" is extraordinary!  Of all her assigned duties, she is most passionate about assisting in the efforts to get kids and families to Camp Judson.  Trustworthy and dependable, Kim is a vital part of our region staff!