My name is Jon Wymer.
I’ve been serving churches in southeast Nebraska since 2007.
After completion of a combat tour in Iraq in 2006-2007, I was appointed as the Assistant Pastor of Gretna Community Church. GCC is a Christian and Missionary Alliance congregation in the Omaha metro. While serving at GCC from 2007 to 2009, I completed the M.Div. in Church Ministries cum laude from Liberty University.
Late in 2009 I was appointed as the Lead Pastor of York Evangelical Free Church. York is a rural town located along the Interstate 80 corridor between Omaha and Denver. I’m currently in the final year of the D.Min. in Preaching through the ACTS D.Min. in Preaching Program and Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary.
Simultaneous to my church work, I have also worked part-time in Army National Guard ministry. After two years as a Chaplain Candidate, I was appointed in 2009 as a Battalion Chaplain. In that role I served the 126th Chemical Battalion in Omaha for two years and then the 1-376th Aviation Battalion in Grand Island for over two years. In 2014 I was appointed as a Brigade Chaplain. In this role I currently serve the 92nd Troop Command in Lincoln and supervise four chaplains.
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