has been pastor of Trinity Fellowship since its beginnings in 1992. His philosophy of ministry is simple: “Preach the Word and love the people.” His attitude toward preaching is also simple: “I want to say again for contemporary hearers what God has already said in the Bible.” Bob also serves as an elder and the chairman of the elder board. He is married to Gail and has eight or so kids. See the fuller biography on Bob’s Bio Page
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is the associate pastor of Trinity Fellowship. He has been a member at Trinity since 2006 and on staff since 2011. Todd also serves as an elder. He has a passion for people. He tries to meet and talk with as many people as he can each week. He would say, “it’s all about people.” His heart is for the lost to be saved and for believers to be discipled. He graduated from the College of Biblical Studies and is now attending Dallas Theological Seminary (Houston campus). He is happily married to his wife of 22 years, Titia. God has blessed them with four wonderful children, Kristen, Courtney, Kevin, and Colton.
Iva Foster has been an administrative assistant of Trinity Fellowship for seven years. Iva loves the Lord and is grateful for His abounding grace in her life. She has a servant’s heart and enjoys providing help and or support to others. Her tasks at Trinity include answering the phone, maintaining the calendar and directory, providing support to both pastors, managing the office, providing assistance to the church body and many other miscellaneous tasks. Her ministry includes greeting and helping those who visit the church office throughout the week. She has five children, two sons-in-law, and a grandson.
Hannah Gronseth has been attending Trinity for the past 13 years and has been involved with the worship almost since the beginning. Her desire as worship leader is to help God’s people enter God’s throne room through lyrics that speak profound truths and music that is both skillful and beautiful, for the glory of God. She firmly believes that generations should worship side by side, so Trinity incorporates many different musical styles in each worship service in order to meet the needs of many generations and personalities. She is happily married to her husband, Ben.
decided to follow Jesus over 30 years ago. He became a member of Trinity shortly after moving to the area in 2002. Mark is grateful that God’s saving grace is augmented by God’s continuing grace to provide everything we need (Heb 4:16) in fulfillment of God’s commitment as “a rewarder of them that diligently seek him” (Heb 11:6). Mark is madly in love with his wife Karla and proud of his 8 children. Mark has a degree in engineering and has served in several industrial markets.
has been a long time member of Trinity Fellowship. He is married with thirteen children. David serves Trinity teaching Sunday School and as a member of the Worship Team.
has been a member of Trinity since its inception in 1992. He has been happily married to his wife Joanna since 1974, and they have eight children. Doug serves as Missions Committee chairman, has participated in short term missions trips to Russia and Slovakia, is a record keeper and listener for the older boys in AWANA, and has taught Junior High, High School, and adult Sunday school. As a former atheist, Doug is passionate about Christian apologetics, and believes the entire Bible is the word of God, inerrant in the original manuscripts, and as applicable to all aspects of life today as it was when it was written (2 Timothy 3:16-17; John 17:17; Isaiah 40:8).
Dan Wales has been a part of Trinity Fellowship since 2003. He is currently serving as an elder, children’s church teacher and as Awana Commander. Dan has worked at KHCB (105.7 FM, Christian radio) as engineer and announcer since 1989. Dan and his dear wife, Api, were married in 2000, and have two children, Rachel and Caleb. Few things inspire Dan more than seeing spiritual reproduction and strong growth within healthy Christian families. “I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth.” (III John 1:4)