Cary grew up in a loose Catholic home near Lake Tapps, Washington. While attending Western Washington University, he got saved, by the grace of God! Even as a new believer he knew God was calling him to the ministry, so after college he attended The Master’s Seminary in Sun Valley, California. While there he met his wife, Lois, and a year after graduating, he and his family left for nearly ten years of ministry in East Berlin. During those years they helped to plant a church (Bible Church Berlin) and establish a Bible school (European Bible Training Center), both of which are still going strong today. The LORD moved the Green family back to the USA in 2009, where Cary again became involved in planting a church–originally called Everett Bible Church, now Cornerstone Bible Church. It is his joy and privilege to pastor this congregation. Cary and Lois have fifteen children.
Chris also grew up in Lake Tapps, Washington. He got saved as a young family man, and as the Lord grew him, he became an elder in his previous church, where he served faithfully. When his twin brother, Cary, came back from Germany, Chris joined him in his church-planting endeavor in Everett. Chris leads a Home Fellowship Group in his home, shares the teaching responsibilities for CBC’s Discipleship Hour, and leads a weekly Bible study at his work with the dual purpose of building up fellow believers and evangelizing unbelievers. He and his wife Jennifer have six children.
David grew up mainly in Everett, Washington. He was saved at a young age and immediately fell in love with God’s Word, reading, studying, and memorizing it. God also gave him a deep love for the Church, and he has been involved ever since in his local church; even as a young man, David aspired to meet the qualifications of an elder. Here at Cornerstone Bible Church, David leads a Home Fellowship Group, serves in leading the Sunday morning Prayer Meeting, makes announcements during the Worship Service, and teaches various discipleship classes during the week. He loves books and is responsible for the books in our Resource Center. He and his wife Sinouan have four children.