Joanna Chamberlain

Joanna and Corey were married in March of 2000 after having met in High School and attending college together.  Joanna and Corey moved to Omaha after graduating from college and began their life together.  They have two children Gabriella who is 15, and Langdon who is 13.     Joanna...

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Gary Zessin

Gary and his wife, Nancy, have lived in Gretna since the early 1970s. They have 3 grown children and 7 grandchildren. Gary taught upper elementary grades in Gretna for 35 years and is now retired, but still works part-time as a substitute teacher and golf instructor/coach. Gary enjoys landscaping, golf,...

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Jim Warren

Jim and his wife, Patti were married in 1978. They have three kids: Jamie, who is married to Adam Crowe and lives in Fremont, Nebraska; Josiah, who lives with his wife Rachel in the Gretna area; and Sarah, who is a student at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. They...

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Wendy Lopp

Wendy and her husband Joe have attended Journey since the launch. Wendy began leading the children’s ministry, and does a fabulous job creating a safe and fun environment for the Journey Kids to enjoy on Sunday mornings. Wendy also brings her organization skills to the books, and helps make sure...

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Kyle Short

Kyle was born and raised in Norfolk, NE.  After graduating High School, he bounced around at a couple community colleges for a few years until he finally landed at Nebraska Christian College in the fall of 2011.  During his freshman year, Kyle started to feel God calling him to Student...

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Neil Gilsdorf

Neil grew up in the very awesome town of O’Neill, NE. In high school he was asked to come to youth group by a childhood friend. At 15 he heard the Gospel while at summer camp. After a few ups and downs he decided to move to Phoenix, AZ to...

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Phil Human

Phil was born and raised in Nyack, NY, a small town about 20 miles north of New York City. He began his journey with God during his sixth grade year after his mother visited a church that she described as ‘fun’. That church helped Phil discover a loving and gracious...

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