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michael Hogan

Michael Hogan is the founder of Freedom14 Camp. Serves currently as President/Executive Director. You can learn a lot about Michael by going to the "Our Story" page. What you might not know is that Michael has an extensive music background. As a professional drummer, Michael has performed with country music legends such as Pat Green and Larry Gatlin as well as many well-known Christian artists such as Randy Phillips and Dan Dean of Phillips, Craig & Dean, Chris Tomlin, Kari Jobe, Michael O'Brien, 33 Miles, and Matthew West. Today, Michael spends the majority of his time with his passion of developing Freedom14 Ministries as well as pastoring Freedom Valley Fellowship church. 

tawnya hogan

Tawnya Hogan is the co-founder of Freedom14 Camp. Tawnya has played an irreplaceable role at Freedom14 Camp. As you will read in "Our Story" it was her dream that led the Hogan's to their property in Wimberley, TX. Tawnya leads many of our women's retreats and is director of catering for all of our camps. Tawnya has a gift and passion for cooking. This will become evident if you attend one of our camps. As Michael says, "Our food is the best feature at F14 Camp, nobody walks away hungry!" Tawnya also spends her time as a school teacher, homeschooling Lynnsey, Katelyn, and Reagan. 

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f14 Ministry support team

These men, and so many others, have been essential to the development of Freedom14 Camp. They have served faithfully and they have lived the message. It is their desire to go after the hearts of men and women and to bring them into the message of the gospel of restoration available through Jesus Christ. Men like Sonny Corbin, Allan Farmer, Jeremie Maxwell, Darrell Hayslip, Corby Richardson, Scott Still, Dean Hanson, Johnny Wood and more. 

Judy Farmer has also been essential to the development and implementation of our women's and marriage retreats. 

 

allies

We are so grateful for the men and women of Ransomed Heart Ministries. These guys have inspired us and they have given us so many tools that we use in our lives and in our camp ministry. 

We pay tribute to the life of Craig McConnell who went home before we were ready. He passed in Summer of 2016.