Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Pastor Chad Everson's Blog has Moved!

Pastor Chad Everson of Trinity Baptist Church is now posting through the Trinity website.  To find his blog from here on out, please link to

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

I Love This Song

Leading up to our Grand Opening and celebrating our building renovation (even though there is a lot more to do and our Children’s area will not be done for a few more months as far as the d├ęcor goes), I have had the opportunity to reminisce a little bit... to think about how far God has brought us.  I think about what I walked into at Trinity versus where we are now, how for the first time in 6 years we have church that is unified and healthy (or much healthier). We have direction and a passion! I must confess to you that there genuinely is no where I would rather be and I have never had more joy being a Pastor than right now.  But, I also must confess that prior to this period in our fellowship I had never suffered in any ministry like this (and that is saying quite a bit).  From the depths of despair, doubt, anger, sin, and you fill in any other blank you desire, it has been a long and tiresome time.  Early on it was like we, as a church, were in a place so dark and ugly, with so much division that, because I was unaware of the history of it, I didn’t even know where to start. I have said many times that one of the turning points for our fellowship was a “Repentance Service” we had my first year or so. God was working in lives but, we also had some get mad and leave because we were focusing on repentance. I have reread some journal entries from that period and just reading them blew me away. 

All of this to say, the song below sums up where are have come from and where we are on this journey. It is an older song, but one I have listened to time and time again. I am reminded that God has been faithful in spite of me. He has loved me even when I doubted His love. Trinity, I love you. I am  blessed to be your Pastor and you have loved me through tough days in our fellowship. Who would have thought, that after 6 years, much prayer, tears, sermons and meetings we would be here! Truly He was in it after all.