Elder Marty Reihle

My Christian Life as it is now includes: the Senior Ministry, Jail Ministry and the role of Christian Counselor, as well as my involvement in the church government of West Point Family Worship Center and Truth University. I serve as Director, Elder, Deacon, Chaplain and resident Christian Counselor. My education is diverse and well-fitted for my role on the church staff. BA in Technical Services- Bellevue University. AA in Professional Studies- Metro Tech Community College. Officiate Minister Ordination- Christian Leaders Institute. Christian Counseling Diploma- Light University. Completion Certificate- School of Christ International. General Studies Curriculum- UNO (UNL) at Omaha. I have a loving marriage to my wife, Mary for the last 54 years. She has been my partner in ministry since the first day we were called in service to God. We were blessed with two fine sons, two grandsons, two granddaughters and five step grandchildren. Our home is in the town of Scribner, NE.

Deacon Joe Clark

Joe Clark was born and raised in Nebraska and got born again in April of 2013. Joe began attending FWC in September of 2013 and then sold his farm in Neligh and moved to West Point in September of 2014. And since that time the Lord has given him a wife and 5 children to raise and provided for his family wonderfully. Joe is currently a deacon at FWC.

There is a vast difference between knowing what you are (your role) and knowing what you are supposed to do (your responsibilities). When I first got married I knew that I was a husband. However, I had no idea what I was supposed to do! Now that I have been married for over thirty-two years to my wonderful wife, I still have no idea about what I’m supposed to do, but I enjoy it much more. Ah, ignorance is bliss, and I’m a happy guy!

A responsibility can be defined as something for which one is held accountable. I am liable for any damage that my car does to someone or his property. It is my responsibility. That is why I have liability insurance. Humm (an expression of deep thought), I wonder if churches could get deacon insurance? I’ve known many pastors who wished they could!

Much of the confusion over the office of a deacon revolves around its purpose. We know that deacons are servants in the church, but exactly what are they supposed do?

It has been said that necessity is the mother of invention. That was the case in the church at Jerusalem. A need arose that necessitated the establishment of what we now call the deacon ministry.

And in those days, when the number of the disciples was multiplied, there arose a murmuring of the Grecians against the Hebrews, because their widows were neglected in the daily ministration. Then the twelve called the multitude of the disciples unto them, and said, It is not reason that we should leave the word of God, and serve tables.” Acts 6:1-2

These verses reveal the dual responsibilities of the deacon ministry. We see that the deacons had the responsibility of meeting the needs of the people (their widows were neglected) and the pastors (it is not reason that we should leave the word of God, and serve tables). There are two distinct responsibilities of a deacon.

Finance Kassia Meister

Kassia handles the church finances. She issues payments, processes collections, and prepares monthly finance reports. She is also part of the Finance Committee.

Kassia has been part of the West Point community since her marriage to Dan in 1994. Together they have 2 children – Jared and Amanda. Kassia has been working in healthcare in the business office for over 25 years. Soon after joining West Point Family Worship Center and giving her heart to God in 2014 she started serving as bookkeeper. She is very grateful God opened the door for her to serve in this area.

Worship: Jay and Toni Maxey

Jay Maxey was born in Osmond, NE and raised in Corvallis, OR. At the age of 20, he surrendered his life to Jesus Christ and was baptized in the Holy Ghost. Jay is married to his best friend and companion in ministry, Toni Maxey for 25 yrs., and is the father of one daughter, Victoria Maxey.

Jay has been a part of two church plants, the first one in Shreveport, LA in 2000 and the second church plant in 2006 in Philadelphia, PA. Jay and Toni have led the young marrieds ministry, college & career ministry, home cell groups, and worship ministry. Jay has been involved with media ministry since 2010 and enjoys formatting production for broadcast.

Jay likes spending time with his family, friends, food & fellowship, quality time, football and a good race.


Brodrick Lierman

Jay Maxey


Aracely Wimbly
Alyssa Lierman
Mary Ann Peterson
Carol Svendson

Head Ushers

Dustin Langenberg
Dave Schnoor
Roger Kingsley