Administrative Pastor

Bob Seeger
Children’s Ministry Coordinator

Liz Gamblin

Liz serves as Heartland’s Children’s Ministry Coordinator. She has been volunteering as a Sunday school teacher and with VBS at Heartland since 2013. She splits her time between the church and Nebraska Christian where she is the middle school/high school Librarian. She is married to Scott and they have 2 children, Eli and Mali. In her free time, Liz enjoys walking, reading books and finding new things to bake.

Tom Dockweiler

Tom Dockweiler and his wife, Sherry, have attended Heartland Evangelical Free Church since they moved to Central City in the summer of 1985. They are grateful to the people of Heartland for the opportunities to minister and to be ministered to throughout the years. They are especially grateful for the many individuals who came alongside their four children, Melody, Carmen, Zachary, and Jonathan, as they matured into the young women and men they have become today. The three oldest are…
Facility Care & Productions

Paul Beyer

Paul wants to live in a world filled with Pepsi fountains, endless chocolate covered peanut butter cups and a lot fewer vegetables. His life’s ambition is to grow a beard like Pastor JJ. With his history in law enforcement and his current job, Paul has been blessed to realize his passion for helping people. He has seen people at their best and at their worst and that has helped him develop a deep compassion for God’s people. God has also…
Women’s Ministry Director

Jamie Pipher

Jamie serves as the Women’s Ministry Director at Heartland. She is married to Zeke and has three kids – Kate, Aidan, and Claire. Jamie has attended Heartland since 2005 when she was a young wife and mom. Now she has a house full of teenagers and more than a few gray hairs. The seasons of a woman’s life change quickly (even when some of those days with young kids seem to last forever). Jamie believes that the local church is…
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