How long have you worked at BCC?
Since May of 2012
What do you for fun?
I love backpacking, fly-fishing, motorcycles, and spending time with my family, but not in that order.
What’s one of your proudest moments?
Every time I gaze upon my sons.
What is one of your unfulfilled dreams?
I really do not have any unfulfilled dreams.
If you had no limits what would be your dream vacation?
Fly-fishing in Alaska
What is something God’s been teaching you lately?
Less of me, more of Him: how to step back and allow God time to work instead of me trying to make things happen.
George Krebs serves on the staff of the Pennsylvania-Delaware District Council where he directs the Christian Education Department (since 2001) and leads the Bongiorno Conference Center (since 2012). George and his wife Jan have five adult children along with six beautiful grandchildren who refer to him as Poppa G. George spent many years of his life as a layperson, working for a mechanical contractor in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. While there, he had the opportunity to minister to hundreds of coworkers and was actively involved in the local church.
After graduation from Central Bible College at age 36, he served as Associate Pastor at First Assembly in Peoria, IL for two years and Christian Education and Children’s Pastor at Christian Life Assembly in Camp Hill for seven years.
George’s passion is to partner with the local church in building people into fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. This is accomplished through a number of District venues: camps, retreats, mission’s experiences, training conferences, and leadership development settings. George believes some of the greatest life-changing moments occur in a camp and retreat setting. When individuals take a few days and close themselves off from the noise of everyday life, they can hear God whisper to their heart like no other time.
George identifies most with the disciple Peter, due to Peter’s love for Jesus and Peter’s love for fishing.