Stories

April (French) Kwok
April (‘97) (French) Kwok ministers with her husband MikeandApril Kwok in Sydney Australia. After earning her teaching degree, April taught 3rd and 4th grade at Dublin Christian Academy for a few years before she met and married Mike. Mike is the pastor of Fellowship Baptist Church in Sydney. April is active in children's ministries and works with women in the church, heading up a team of women who organize events, teaching Bible Studies, and counselling. She also homeschools her school-age children and teaches French in her local homeschool co-op. Mike and April have three children at home: Sean (12th grade), Olivia (6th grade), and Aiden (3rd grade). They have two grown children, Paul and Lauren.
Kathy (Woetzel) Beaman
Kathy (Woetzel) Beaman (’89) and her husband Todd and are missionaries living in Zambia, Africa where they moved in 2007. Their primary ministry focus is church planting in remote areas. They divide their time between two churches they have established in the villages, and they are praying about more ministry opportunities in the town/city they live in to broaden outreach. You can follow the Beaman’s ministry on Todd Beaman’s Facebook page or request e-mail updates by messaging tbeaman@gfamissions.org.
Han Bin Lee
Han Bin Lee graduated from DCA in 2010. He is Captain/CEO at Seoul Robotics in Seoul, South Korea. His company builds advanced Lidar autonomous perception software for self-driving cars and robots. As of 2020, Seoul Robotics has 20 employees, a new U.S. office in Ann Arbor, MI and partnerships with the four largest Lidar companies in the world. Its customers include BMW and Volvo. We are thankful for Han Bin’s time here at DCA as a dorm student & look forward to what the future holds!
Jonathan Bastoni
Jonathan Bastoni (‘95) is a human trafficking investigator with the Greenville (SC) County Sheriff’s Office and the BEST Upstate Task Force Commander with the US Department of Homeland Security Office of Investigations (HSI). In his role with the Sheriff’s office, Jonathan investigates trafficking and child exploitation. For the Homeland Security Office, he leads a team of 22 federal agents and state and local task for officers from more than 10 agencies. They investigate federal cases involving human trafficking, human smuggling, narcotics and bulk cash smuggling, intellectual property rights (counterfeit goods). Jonathan grew up at DCA where his family was involved in many aspects of the ministry. Thank you for all you do to keep us safe Jon!
Erik and Danielle (Wright) French
Erik (‘03) and Danielle Wright French (‘03) were high school sweethearts at DCA. They married shortly after graduating from Bob Jones University. Erik is a program manager at Raytheon. Through Erik’s work the Frenches have traveled to the Middle East several times and lived abroad in Poland for a year before settling in Bow, New Hampshire where they are raising their three children Jack, Logan, and Evelyn. Erik and Danielle are active members of Trinity Baptist Church where they host a life group. Danielle helps manage the preschool ministry and is involved in discipleship of other women. Erik is active in the community, coaching youth basketball and soccer teams.
Allie Hutt
Allie Hutt (‘14) is a Clinical Nurse in Pediatric Allergy at the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth- Hitchcock in Lebanon, New Hampshire. Her responsibilities include allergy skin testing, food and drug challenges, phone triage and immunotherapy injections. She enjoys caring for her patients and building relationships as her patients return each week. Allie also loves snowboarding and travel on her days off. It is amazing to see all the many places God puts our graduates!
Kristen Greeley-Lawler
In DCA's early days, faculty, staff, and students helped operate Staghead Farm. Although our dairy days have long passed, our campus bears the marks of that era. Hearing from alumni who are involved in dairy farming evokes nostalgia for our farming roots.
Kristen Greeley-Lawler is a 2001 graduate of DCA. She and her husband Kurt live on a 600-cow dairy farm in Snover, Michigan that has been in Kurt's family for 100 years. After Kristen graduated from DCA and Pensacola Christian College, she taught elementary students for several years. She married Kurt after her first year of teaching (her best friend was married to his brother). They have now been married 14 years. Kristen is devoted to the care of her 11-year old son who has autism and supports Kurt in managing the family farm. Kristen and Kurt are also actively involved in their church's youth and children's ministries.
Sam Wullbrandt
After graduating from DCA, class of 2009, Sam went on to study Bible exposition at the Master’s College in Los Angeles, CA. He married his wife Sarah in 2013 and came to serve as a Pastoral Assistant at Crossway Church in Keene, NH. Sam is nearing the completion of his Master of Arts in Biblical Studies through Reformed Theological Seminary. The Wullbrandts have three children and are currently preparing to be sent out by Crossway Church as missionaries to do the work of pastoral training and church planting in Croatia.
Qui esse sumus nunc venimus
What we are to be, we are now becoming