Meet the staff


Staff members

Greg Meyer 

Greg has been doing ministry for youth and adults for over ten years. He has worked in the information technology field for over twenty years, in various marketing and sales leadership roles. He has been married to his wife, Yvonne, for twenty-three years. They have three children Ali (23), Owen (20), and Zeke (9). The Meyer's make their home in Monument, Colorado. 

Jesse Schwindt - Director of Ministry Summer 2019

Jesse graduated from Colorado State University with his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting. Although he is good with numbers, people are his passion. Through college he was heavily involved in a campus ministry called Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ). This organization gave him opportunities to serve The Lord in Cape Town, South Africa, San Diego and even Walt Disney World in Florida. After spending every summer on mission while in college, he knew that The Lord was calling him to ministry. Watching someone truly understand the gospel for the first time and their need for a savior is something that propels Jesse to continue to do Kingdom work. He cannot wait to step into this role with Outfitters for Christ and allow his knowledge and experience to impact the people we will be with. 

Ethan Arbuckle - Director of operations summer 2019

Ethan Arbuckle is a Junior at Louisiana State University at Shreveport where he studies Business Administration. He was born and raised in Shreveport Louisiana but loves spending time in Colorado. He actively studies apologetics and helps with the youth at the local church. This will be his third year coming to Outfitters for Christ and he was a wrangler last year. He has been massively impacted by Outfitters for Christ in the years past and looks forward to passing this on to everyone that is coming this year. His favorite quote is “I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.” - C. S. Lewis

2019 OFC Wranglers

Lexie Kinch

Lexie is a freshmen in college at Northwest Kansas Technical College. She has lived in Colorado for 14 years and considers it home. Lexie is one of five siblings, and she loves all animals. She is very creative and has a love for the arts. Lexie enjoys hanging out with friends, listening to music, hiking, and photography. One of her all-time favorite verses in the Bible, which she lives by is Acts 24:16, which states "So I strive always to keep my conscience clear before God and man."

Annelise Berger

Annelise Berger is a college freshmen from Chattanooga, Tennessee. She plans to pursue a degree in horse science starting this fall. She has always loved horses but has only been able to ride since the fall of 2017. Annelise now barrel races every chance she gets and there’s nothing that makes her happier. She chose to come to Fish and Cross Ranch this summer because of the amazing opportunity to do what she loves and to serve God. She said “He has opened so many doors for me in the past few years and I can’t wait to see what he has in store for this summer!”

Megan Arbuckle

Megan Arbuckle is currently a junior at Louisiana State University at Shreveport, and she grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana. In 2017, she attended OFC as a student, then returned as a youth group chaperone in 2018. Megan is excited to spend the summer at OFC ministering to students as she was ministered to. During her two week-long experiences at the ranch, she learned about herself and grew in her faith in a way she has never experienced anywhere else. She looks forward to sharing this experience with the students who come this summer. Megan enjoys singing and playing music, reading, writing, painting, and running. She also enjoys participating in the debate team at LSUS, participating with her church’s college group, helping with their youth group, and volunteering at LSUS’s Baptist Collegiate Ministry.