Children's Coordinator: Nicole Brueckner
Nicole, Tyler and their three kids, Lucy, Adam and Owen love living in Gillette. Nicole is serving as our Childrenís Coordinator and enjoys spending time with her family, playing games and exploring new places.
I grew up in a Christian home and have always been actively involved in church. I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior when I was 12 years old but my faith really took root and flourished during college when the Lord opened my eyes to the weight of my sin and the desperate need of a Savior. Iím thankful for the new life He has given me!
Office Administrator: Vickie Schmidt
I have lived in Gillette, this time, since 1985. I graduated from CCHS, graduated from business school, was married and had two children. I became a widow in 1986 and stayed in Gillette and raised my two fantastic kids. My goal for them, as a single mom, was that they would graduate from high school and not go to jail; with Godís help, each of them helped me reach those goals and they have become remarkable adults with awesome families. I have learned to trust and lean on God more than I ever thought possible in these many years of single parenthood. Shopping at garage sales, consignment and thrift stores, and clearance racks brings me great joy and fulfillment.
Testimony: I grew up in a one-sided Christian home with my mother, being the Christian influence. I loved Sunday School and accepted Jesus as my Lord and Protector and was baptized at the age of seven in a horse trough in a very small church in Kansas. God has let me experience many faith building events since he and I became friends and I am very thankful for those tough times and his love and grace to see me through them.
Facilities Manager: Cara Rodgers
Testimony: From the time I was a little girl, I have been taught about the Lord. However, my faith was founded on rules and fears.
Not until my adult years did I genuinely understand Godís love and grace, and the gravity of what He did for me on the cross.
My desire is for God to use me to bring honor to His name.