We are all walking through difficulties in life. Our Care Team exists because we don’t think you should do it alone.
The primary way we receive care as Christians is from each other. The ongoing way we do this at Reach is through DNAs, in which you gather around the Bible with a few good friends, as well as Groups that gather throughout the region. We invite you to move toward these areas of community as your main source of support.
Other ways the Care Team can specifically help support you include:
If any of these areas of support sound like what you need, or if you just want to learn more, click a button below to connect with our Care Team.
I am a counselor who oversees care at Reach. I meet with our people who are dealing with special circumstances (loss, anxiety, depression, addiction, etc.) and I open the Bible with them. It’s awesome. I also direct a counseling program at a local school, working with at-risk teens. My wife Kindal and I love to share our story with others. Reach found us years ago when we were hurting and desperately in need of God’s voice. I’m a cheese addict (I can quit anytime I want to), overly committed to Nebraska football, tattoo enthusiast, and have a child-posse of 4 cool kiddos.
Keeping my garden, cooking for friends/family, dining with friends, and going for long walks with my prayer partners fill me with joy and balance my near obsession with data, systems, and processes (which I love). My husband, Paul, and I have been at Reach for 4+ years; together, we lead the Marriage Care Team. We are blessed to have 4 adult children; 3 are married (so now we have 7 adult children!). In 2015 we began the wonderful adventure of grandparenting; we have 5 wonderful, delightful grandchildren.