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Regional Gathering - Washington
  • Overview

    One of my hopes is that pastors in a region who embrace the sufficiency of Scripture will begin to know each other better and in turn work together to advance the kingdom of Heaven in their communities.

    To that end, Church & Family Life would like to invite you to a luncheon for prayer, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and exhortation to be held on Friday, December 10, 2021, in Woodland, WA.

    Date/Time: Friday, December 10 from 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
    Location: Woodland Christian Church 430 Buckeye St. Woodland, WA 98674
    Speakers: Though this event is not primarily about teaching, exhortations will be given by Scott Brown, Scott LaPierre, and others
    Cost: $10.00

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  • Speakers

    Scott Brown

    Scott T. Brown is the president of Church and Family Life and pastor at Hope Baptist Church in Wake Forest, North Carolina. Scott graduated from California State University in Fullerton with a degree in History and received a Master of Divinity degree from Talbot School of Theology. He gives most of his time to local pastoral ministry, expository preaching, conferences on church and family reformation. Scott helps people think through the two greatest institutions God has provided — the church and the family.

    Scott LaPierre

    Scott LaPierre is the senior pastor of Woodland Christian Church in southwest Washington, as well as an author and conference speaker. He and his wife, Katie, grew up together in northern California, and they have been blessed with seven children (and hopefully more) that they homeschool. Scott invests most of his energy in his home and church families, and his free time is usually spent writing. You can learn more at

    Scott Parish

    Scott Parish is a member of Mariposa Reformed Baptist Church, is a semi-retired architect, and represents the ministry of Church & Family Life.  Scott and his wife Sandy have been married for 38 years and have eight children and 15 grandchildren.  In 2005, the Lord Jesus Christ delivered them from the bondage of a cult in which they had spent most of their lives, bringing them hope and light in the forgiveness of sin through the revelation of the grace of God in the true gospel.

    Cary Green

    Cary Green 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 of 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.

    Toby Logsdon

    Toby Logsdon received his M.Div. from Southern Evangelical Seminary in Matthews, North Carolina, and has served as the pastor of New Beginnings Church, located in Lynnwood, Washington, since 2011. He is the founder and host of He and his wife Kristina recently celebrated 25 years of marriage. They have 2 children, a son-in-law, and recently became first-time grandparents.

    Ben Habegger

    Ben Habegger has been pastor at Hope Reformed Baptist Church of Portland, Oregon (formerly Glencullen Baptist Church) since January of 2020. He was previously Associate Pastor at a Baptist church in Sterling Heights, Michigan. He has a Master of Divinity degree from Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary and a Master of Arts in Reformed Baptist Studies from Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary. Ben and his wife Theresa live in Beaverton, Oregon with their three children.

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