The Indian Springs Board of Trustees is made up of different generations who provide wise leadership and godly perspective. They have a cross-section of professional skills needed to steward our campground. During our 2021 camp meeting, the Board elected three dedicated trustees:

Ed Vinson, Pecan Farmer, Fort Valley, GA: Ed grew up coming to Indian Springs after Helen Rhea Stumbo invited his family to attend. “The Lord led me back to Indian Springs after my salvation in 2015 in search of the meaning of holiness. My heart for Indian Springs is to see a renewed fire in our own lives, to be Holy as He is Holy, and to spread this message in our churches. Ed and his wife, Stephanie, have two teenagers.

Dr. David Hafner, Retired Vascular Surgeon, Marietta, GA: David has a passion for the children and youth programs while helping young people become a part of the larger Indian Springs family. He is profoundly grateful for the missions emphasis of Indian Springs. “My hope is that our founding principles will be maintained, will be spread to our children, and taken into the world.” David and his wife, Susanna, have two adult children.

Joe Frank Harris, Jr., Attorney, Cartersville, GA: Joe has practiced law for over 30 years and is currently at Harris Georgia Law, PC. While he was growing up, he observed both sets of grandparents involved in leadership and spiritual roles at Indian Springs. Joe’s passion is to faithfully propel Indian Springs and its mission forward for generations to come. He and his wife, Brooke, have two children. The Harris family’s favorite place is Indian Springs!