Mark Brouwer is a native Minnesotan, and has served as senior pastor of churches in Minnesota, Austin, TX, and Chicago, IL. In addition to his work at Bethel, Mark writes and leads workshops about recovery from addiction, and spiritually and emotionally healthy leadership. His writing can be found at markbrouwer.com, medium.com, and lastingleaders.com. He shares teaching videos about the role of faith in overcoming in mental health challenges in his YouTube Channel. He is author of “Rise Above: Overcoming Discouragement in Challenging Times,” “Leaving Your Mark without Losing Your Mind,” “The Solid Foundation Journal,” and several articles in “The Ministry Essentials Bible.” Mark and his wife Charlene live in Princeton, and have two grown sons, and two immature dogs.
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Mitch De Haan – Youth Director and Worship Coordinator
Mitch De Haan is a long time member of Bethel CRC and, after living in Florida for nearly three years, accepted the call to work at the church following he and his wife’s return home. In addition to the work he does at the church, Mitch is in the process of completing his Master’s of Education: Administration and Supervision and will be graduating May 15th. Mitch and his wife, Ali, live in Zimmerman with their two dogs which have been recently dubbed “The Boys” to their friends and family.
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Heather Kittok and husband Tom have been members of Bethel Church since moving to the area in 1985. They raised their four children in the Bethel family, and have been active in teaching Sunday School, Boys Club and GEMS, VBS and BAC, and have served on Council. They are the proud grandparents of six. Heather retired from nursing home social work in 2020, but decided that she enjoys working part time, and is now serving Bethel as Administrative Assistant.
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