🔔 {RING THE BELL} Campus Pastor


What does Ring the Bell mean? At Vanderbloemen, we want to celebrate as a team every time we have the honor of helping a church, school, or organization find their perfect candidate to fill a gap in their team and further their ministry. To do that, we have a bell on the wall in our Vanderbloemen office, within hearing distance of the entire team. Every time a candidate is placed, the team members who worked on that search ring the bell so that our team can celebrate!

Ring the bell! Bannockburn Church has found its new Campus Pastor.

Since 1973 when Bannockburn Church was founded, its aim has been to help individuals become completely dedicated disciples of Jesus Christ. Bannockburn Church members communicate the Gospel’s truth and display God's love by reaching out to as many individuals as possible in South Austin, TX. The church is very excited to welcome Harlie Raethel as their new Campus Pastor to help further the mission of Bannockburn in their community.

Harlie is passionate about using his skills for ministry growth and church planting. He has specifically felt the Lord call him to Austin, Texas. Harlie is a dual citizen of Australia and the United States, he has experience working in many churches throughout Scotland to Texas. His ministry vision is to engage in the lives of others and we are confident that this position will be a great fit for his mission and vision.

Harlie and his wife, Liz, are ecstatic to return to Austin, TX since they enjoy the outdoors and everything the city has to offer. They are thrilled to be a part of the Bannockburn Church community. We are grateful for the opportunity to work with Bannockburn Church and Harlie on this search, and we are excited for the future of their Campus under Harlie's direction. 

When churches like Bannockburn need help to find the right person to further their mission, that’s where we step in to find the perfect match. If you need help filing a role that will further your mission, get started by contacting us today