Cary Green, Pastor
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 fourteen children.
Chris Green, Elder
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 five children.
Scott Luse, Elder
Scott grew up in Anchorage, Alaska, and got saved in high school through the witness of his older brother. He grew and matured in his Christian walk during his college years in Arizona. When Scott and his wife, Rhonda, moved to Washington after college, they got involved in serving in their local church, where they eventually met both Chris and Cary Green. Scott joined them in this church plant and has been a faithful servant at Cornerstone Bible Church, leading a Home Fellowship Group, teaching Parenting courses, and helping to shepherd the flock of God. Scott and Rhonda have six children.