Pastor Bob Lindstrand
I live in Rockford with my husband, Luke, and our four kids: Asher, Matias, Zoe, and Kai. We also have 3 ginger dogs named Teddy and Ruby, plus a Bearded dragon named Bebo. I enjoy listening to audiobooks, arranging flowers, organizing, and planning fun things for our family to do.
I grew up in Panama and came to Rockford for the first time in 2007 to join Youth With A Mission (YWAM). I have been serving with YWAM since 2007 and am currently in Nursing school.
OFLC has always had a soft spot in my heart, as it was a refuge to me when I became a mom almost 12 years ago and was invited to attend the OFLC MOPS group. I am excited to bring good communication and organization to you guys!
Coordinator of Community Outreach
I live in Greenfield with my husband, Corey, and our two children, Connor and McKenzie. We also have two cats, two dogs and too many chickens to count running around. Most sunny days, you’ll catch me in the garden. I enjoy growing our own food and preserving our harvest for healthy eating year round! We love anything outdoors and try to spend as much time as possible being outside.
I grew up in Western North Dakota, where my family raised Bison, we then moved to Eastern Montana for my high school years. I attended North Dakota State University for Child Development and Valley City State University for Elementary Education. Ever since I was a young child I was passionate about helping others. I am excited to be able to serve and support other members of our community.
Sunday School Coordinator
I have been serving as the OFLC Sunday School Coordinator since September of 2019. I live here in Rockford with my husband Dan Bervig and our three kids: Allison, Haley, and Ethan. I also work part-time serving our Nation’s Heroes as a pharmacist at the Minneapolis VA Hospital. In my free time I enjoy reading, traveling with my family, and singing along to my car radio!
“For surely I know the plans I have for you, says the LORD, plans for your welfare and not for harm, to give you a future with hope.” Jeremiah 29:11