Michael & Diane Peebles
Michael Peebles is organizing the “Feast of the Nations” event at Camp Windermere. He and his wife Diane have been keeping the festivals and walking in Torah since the early nineties. They have been married for 31 years, have nine children and eleven grandchildren, and live a fairly simple life on the land in a multi-generational setting (4 generations on bordering farms, in a community where family connections go back over 150 years.) Their life experiences include having children at home, homesteading, ministering and counseling individually and as a team, and running a sawmill and timber products business. They facilitate a weekly home school coop.
Michael testifies that he is called and sent by YHWH to labor in things that pertain to the uniting of the sticks of Ephraim and Yehudah. His ministry invites people to participate in the full Torah life. Among other things, this includes teaching and serving to build up individuals and local fellowship groups, and hosting festivals and other events. Michael also serves in a pastoral and teaching capacity with Congregation Echad, the local fellowship he attends with his family.
Dan & Agniya Grieve - Verbeke
Happily married since 1998, Dan and Agniya have lived in Belgium, Colorado, Panama and currently in Seymour, MO.
Dan owns a small apartment complex and runs their family business, Ava Bread, providing fresh baked artisan bread to local stores while Agniya takes care of their little boy Evan.
They joined the family of believers in 2007, and together they came to an understanding of a Torah lifestyle a year later. It has been a blessed adventure ever since.
Although Dan studied Music Performance, Classical Guitar, his professional background is Sound Design and Sound engineering for theater. He is now putting to good use his music degree and audio skills by leading worship and serving as technical coordinator for events as needed.
Agniya truly enjoys worshiping and praising the Father through dance and is blessed to be the dance leader at their fellowship Congregation Echad. She enjoys teaching dance and creating new choreographies as well. Her degree in PR and Event Management is coming in handy as she helps organize
Sukkot – Feast of the Nations.
Many people will join our team as we continue to plan for the feast's activities, meals, worship, technical needs, etc.