Staff

Pastor Kevin

President and senior pastor, Kevin D. McAnulty and family relocated from Homestead, Florida to Poplar Bluff, Missouri in late August in time to start read more…

Pastor Ken

Ken McAnulty grew up in Poplar Bluff and graduated High School in 1970.  He attended Evangel University where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biblical studies read more…

Pastor Zach

Zach McAnulty is the oldest son of Kevin and Lucia McAnulty. He spent the first 12 years of his life in Homestead, Florida and moved to Poplar Bluff, Missouri with his family. He graduated from Poplar Bluff High School in 2010, received his Associates of Arts degree from Three Rivers College in 2013, and graduated with his Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Management from Hannibal-LaGrange University in 2016. He is serves as a Worship Leader, Youth Pastor, and Ministry School Teacher at the Church.

Pastor Tim and Rhyah

Meet Tim and Rhyah Fletcher. They lead the pre-teen and children’s ministries. Tim has a heart for the middle school students who are on the cusp of their teenage years and on their way to high school. He knows the importance of these years and what it means to have a firm grasp on who Christ is in us at that age. His wife, Rhyah, has a passion for the elementary aged students. She strives to give them base knowledge of Bible Stories, scripture memorization, and tangible ways to take home what they have learned in class. Tim and Rhyah are also the parents of Gavin, Avlyn, and Olivia. Originally from Miami, Florida, these high school sweethearts call Heartland Christian Family Church their home.

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