Navigation Team

The Navigation Team is the elected governing body of Voyage Church.

Admirals (Elders) - Shepherds of God's People
Our Admirals are the equivalent of elders within the Reformed Church in America's (RCA) Book of Church Order. They will focus on governance, prayer, nurturing, and oversight of the congregation.

Captains (Deacons) - Strategic Leaders of Ministry Areas
Captains are the equivalent of deacons within the RCA Book of Church Order. Captains focus on vision, leadership development, ministries of mercy, service, and outreach.

Don Visker

Admiral/Vice President of Navigation Team
I love the ministries and the vision of Voyage Church and I am humbled and honored to serve as a new Admiral.

Mark Bonham

Admiral
I have worked in Christian ministry for 45 years, and for the last 10 years as director of Shepherd’s Heart, a biblical counseling ministry. My wife, Mary, and I have two children and six grandkids. We love to travel. 

Ekwutosi Nnebedum

Admiral
I am honored to be God’s chosen empty vessel, that He will use to accomplish His work and purpose at Voyage as I rely on Jesus to lead the way.

Alicia Wyman

Captain
I am a Registered Medical Assistant, Sunday School Teacher, and Ministry Leader. I enjoy serving my Lord Jesus, my community, my husband Ryan, and our daugther, Blessing.

Brent Stensland

Captain
Brent has attended Voyage since it's very beginning. Originally from Three Rivers, Brent works at WMED Health Clinics as an LPN. Brent is married to Megan and has two daughters - Adalynn and Amelia.

Jeff Termolen

Captain
Jeff has been at Voyage since the 2nd preview service and has felt at home ever since. He is married to Dawn and has two kids - Faith and Andrew. Jeff enjoys fishing, golfing, and spending time on the Volleyball court. He is looking forward to serving Voyage as a captain.

Holly Glerum

Captain
I've attended Voyage since 2018. I am a medical social worker, and enjoy meeting and serving a variety of different people. I love my family, friends, reading, farmer's markets, and cheering (lamenting?) for Michigan State.