Support Staff

Jaime Keoshian

Office Manager

 
Jaime is the Office Manager for Calvary Baptist Church and Academy and has been on staff since May of 2000. Jaime works with the church and school finances and oversees the events that happen at the church. She is also the Awana game leader for the 3rd – 6th grade girls and she is the varsity girls volleyball coach at Calvary Baptist Academy.
 
Jaime grew up in Caro, Michigan and attended Juniata Christian School. She graduated from Bob Jones University with a B.S. in office administration and a minor in coaching. During a Sunday morning church service at First Baptist Church of Caro, God showed Jaime her need to become a child of God. Later that Sunday afternoon of January, 1981, She prayed with her mother to give her life over to Christ.
 
Jaime’s vision would be for Calvary “to see people encouraged and growing in the Lord as we strive to glorify God in our service to Him.”
 

Kathye Hunt

Church Receptionist

 
Kathye is the new church receptionist as well as an administrative assistant. Her duties include answering phone calls, greeting and assisting office visitors, helping the deacons, as well as helping all as needed.
 
Kathye was born and reared in Los Angeles in an unsaved home but because of her aunt’s influence and commitment to have her in church every weekend, a fourth grade Sunday School teacher gave her a Bible when she was little girl. As a teenager, despite hard times, God worked in Kathye’s heart through the Bible and led her to eventually give her life to Christ when she was 19. A commitment to Christ for full time Christian work while in her 20’s brought her to us.
 
After working for Bechtel Power Corp. in Los Angeles where she was the administrative assistant to the chief mechanical and chief nuclear engineers, Kathye was a stay-at-home mom for nine years before she began working at Calvary Baptist Church in March, 2001. Kathye and her husband Johnny have three adult children, Katie, David (Krista) and Drew and a four year old granddaughter named Liliana who has brought great joy to their family.
 
Kathye’s vision for Calvary Baptist is for the church “to continue the preaching of the undiluted Word of God and for exponentially greater outreach to singles in the Midland area as well as to the needy here in Midland County.”
 

Janae Winkles

Church Secretary

 
Janae started working at Calvary in August of 2004. She coordinates church events and special services, administrates Sunday School and church attendance, assembles the church emails, prayer sheet and bulletin. She also teaches Home Economics at Calvary Baptist Academy.
 
Janae was born and raised in Bay City, Michigan. She came to know the Lord as a kindergarten student at Christian school in Bay City. One day after a Bible story her teacher asked if anyone would like to know how to be saved. Janae raised her hand and the teacher’s assistant then took her out of the room and led her to the Lord.
 
Janae graduated from CBA in 1997 and then graduated from Bob Jones University in 2001 with a Bachelors of Science in Family & Consumer Science and a minor in Office Administration. Previously, She worked as a purchasing assistant at a manufacturing company in Bay City. She married her husband, David, in June of 2001 and they have two wonderful children, Miranda and Lyndsey.
 
 
Janae’s vision for Calvary is that it would “continue to be a church that teaches and preaches from the Word of God actively, continues with the wonderful music program that the Lord has blessed us with greatly and that we show the love of God to our community.”
 

Tara Draves

School Secretary

 
Tara was hired in April of 2017 to be the new secretary for Calvary Baptist Academy. She works with the staff, parents and students of CBA. Tara answers phones, welcomes office visitors, plans school events for the elementary, and junior and senior high. She is also involved in the Marriage ID class and the nursery.
 
Tara grew up in Midland and attended CBA from kindergarten to high school graduation. She accepted Christ at a young age during a conversation with her mother. Tara rededicated her life as a young adult and was baptized at that time. The Marriage ID group has also impacted her and her husband’s spiritual growth. “Having a close group that is experiencing a similar stage of life and actively looks for ways to help build one another up is a blessing.”
 
After graduating from Calvary in 2003 she married her husband, Doug, in 2005. They have two beautiful children, Kaleb and Addy. Tara worked at a local financial institution for nine years before being hired at Calvary.
 
Tara’s vision for Calvary is that it would strive “to encourage young families to be living for the Lord daily and to help in raising the next generation to be light in this dark world.”