Brady Collier

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Burt Bradley

Originally from Denton, Texas, Burt Bradley studied optometry at the University of Houston. In 1977, Burt was saved while at a campus Bible study. Following graduation, Burt moved to Lubbock where, in 1981, he married. Since then Burt and his wife, Terry, have made Lubbock their home. They have three daughters and a son. Burt and his family have been part of the Chapel family since 1985 and he has served as elder in the church since 1988. Burt is a much appreciated by the assembly and has shown particular aptitude in teaching and writing.

Jim Haesemeyer

Originally from Kansas, Jim received Christ while attending Texas Tech University and was nurtured in his early Christian faith at the Chapel. It was during those years that Jim married his wife Sharon. After completing graduate studies at Tech, Jim took employment at Texas Tech Medical School as the manager of a research department. In 1986, Jim and Sharon (and their three children) moved to California, where Jim participated in a discipleship program (he later received the M.Div. and D.Min. degrees.). In 1989, the Haesemeyers moved to Honduras, Central America. Currently the Haesemeyers divide their yearly calendar in order to minister in both Honduras and Lubbock.

Larry Brown

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Timothy Lambert

Tim Lambert and his wife, Lyndsay, have long made Lubbock their home. During his college years, Tim received Christ as his Savior and, along with his wife, began meeting at the Chapel shortly after their marriage in 1973. Following his graduation from Texas Tech University (located in Lubbock) with a major in Political Science, Tim began his career in sales, later establishing his own business. Although successful in business, Tim's interests have long focused on political concerns.

In 1990, Tim was asked to assume the leadership of the Texas Home School Coalition, a non-profit advocacy organization supporting Texas home school families. Currently he serves as president of that organization. Tim has faithfully and capably served as an elder at FreeWay Bible Chapel since 1982. The Lamberts have four children, two residing in Lubbock and in fellowship at FreeWay while one lives in Austin, Texas and another in Midland, Texas.