David Staal serves as the president of Kids Hope USA, a national non-profit organization that partners with schools to provide mentors for at-risk students. In addition to his position at Kids Hope USA, Staal serves as senior editor and columnist for Christianity Today International. Staal also chairs the advisory board for a nearby college, and served ten years in leadership for Willow Creek Community, following a 13-year corporate career. He lives in Grand Haven, MI, with his wife Becky. The have two children, Scott and Erin.
Scott Staal serves as the Northwest Indiana Area Director for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), the world's largest interdenominational Christian sports ministry. Upon accepting his current position, Scott became the first FCA staff member to oversee that area, fostering focused leadership to create new administrative and programmatic efforts. A Summa Cum Laude graduate of Valparaiso University (Valparaiso, IN), he holds a BS in Business Management with an emphasis in Philanthropic Leadership and Service. Scott played quarterback on the Valparaiso football team and received top academic honors for his achievements as a student-athlete. Scott lives in Valparaiso with his wife Abbie.