Josh Vincent is married to Cari, who is completely out of his league and has three lively sons--Ben, John, and Jack--who have Viking blood running in their veins. Josh earned his MDiv from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Biblical Languages and Theology after receiving a BA from Mississippi College. He's currently working on a DMin with Phoenix Seminary writing about the relationships between men and women in Judges and Ruth. He teaches Master's level ecclesiology, preaching, and pastoral care through an accredited internship with Phoenix Seminary, leads The Gospel Coalition Arizona, and serves on the board of Hope for Addictions. He has taught on line for Grand Canyon University in the past and continues to speak or debate there occasionally. Internships with Mark Dever through 9Marks and Russ Moore through SBTS have helped shape the way Josh views pastoral ministry. You can access his articles through both 9Marks and The Gospel Coalition. Josh is thrilled to be part of bringing about greater health and fruitfulness at Trinity Bible Church, expericing the growing love of this body, and the palpable sense that our best days are coming.
Mike Darus has been at Trinity for 24 years. He was born in Zion, IL, and became a Christian in high school while on a mission trip to Arizona. After becoming involved in Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, he transferred to Moody Bible Institute and went on to Denver Seminary. Mike served as a pastor before transferring to the cemetery industry, where he continues today. He is married to Julie with 3 children and 4 grandchildren (which are a huge source of joy). Mike also serves on our Missions’ MLT and is active in Men’s Ministry.
Harry Fair started attending TBC in 1991, fresh out of college and newly married. He has served TBC in a variety of roles in the past. Currently, he serves as the Chairman of the Board of Elders and oversees Trinity’s youth ministry. Harry works as an engineer for Honeywell, and is married to Paula, and they have three children: Elizabeth, Alexander and Catherine.
Mark Sherid joined Trinity as an Associate Pastor and Business Administrator in 2011. He grew up in Wisconsin and went to college in Minnesota and taught English for 3 years in South Korea. In Washington, D.C., he worked as a paralegal while completing a Master’s in Trade at George Mason. It was during that time he decided to pursue a career in Christian ministry. He then moved to Louisville, KY, to pursue a degree at Southern Seminary. While there he served as a pastor at Grace Fellowship Church. He and his wife, Paige, have two sons: Ian and David.
George Mann has been a member of TBC since 1971 and an elder since 1973. He grew up in Tucson and earned a degree in electrical engineering from the U of A in 1958 and later an MSE degree from ASU. He met his wife Ruth at church in Tucson and married her 52 years ago. They moved to Phoenix in 1961 and have been blessed with two daughters and six grandchildren. George enjoyed a 43-year career in the computer industry before retiring from Bull Worldwide Information Systems in 2005.
Ruben Martinez has been a member at Trinity since 2011. He was born in San Antonio, Texas, but has lived in Phoenix since 1969. He became a Christian when he was 21, and was a member of Victory Outreach ministries for about 22 years. Ruben served in different capacities while there, including associate pastor for six years. He enjoys teaching Church History and Apologetics, two subjects that he feels can never be exhausted. Ruben has worked at Honeywell Aerospace Manufacturing Division since 1976. He is married to Jena, and they have three daughters and three grandchildren.
Dan Diffey moved to Phoenix and became a member of Trinity in 2012. He grew up in Kansas City, Missouri. He went to college in Missouri and completed his MDiv (in Christian Ministry) and PhD (in Old Testament) from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. While in Louisville he served as an elder at Third Avenue Baptist Church. Daniel is assistant professor of Old Testament at Grand Canyon University. He and his wife, Anne, have three children: Hannah, Calvin, and Miriam.
Toby Jennings is originally from Detroit, MI where he practiced architecture and then automotive engineering. God used the artfulness and precision of these former vocations to prepare Toby for the artfulness and precision of his current joy of being a professor of Christian Theology. Having completed a Master of Divinity and a PhD in Systematic Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY, he relocated to Phoenix in 2016 to answer God’s call to teach theology to hungry souls in the valley. Toby has joyfully engaged our Lord's Great Commission to make Christ known in Russia, Africa, India and other parts of Southeast Asia, and, of course, the United States. Toby’s soul is perennially nourished by the hundredfold blessing of communal life with all the image bearers of his Father with whom he will spend eternity.
Andrew McClurg grew up in the Chicago area, and attended engineering school at the University of Illinois - Chicago. He worked for 14 years in telecommunications, and during that time served at a local church as a deacon. In 2002, he decided to attend seminary full time and received an MDiv degree from Midwestern Seminary in 2004. From 2004-2006 he worked as a church planter in Kansas City, MO. In 2006 he began to pursue a Ph.D. in Old Testament at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. While there, he served as an elder at Immanuel Baptist Church. In 2014 he and his wife Janet moved to Phoenix to teach at Grand Canyon University. Andy and his wife Janet enjoy worshiping and serving with the people at Trinity Bible Church.
Heather Shaw: Bookstore. Oversees bookstore inventory, promotes books, and coordinates volunteers.
Scott Schneider: Greeting Ministry. Organizes the greeters for Sunday mornings.
Natalie Veidmark: Children’s Ministry (1st-6th grade). Organizes Sunday morning materials, schedules volunteers, trains leaders and maintains a safe atmosphere for all children.
Lynne Furfie: Food Service. Prepares menus, coordinates volunteers, and schedules all Wednesday dinners, Pulse meetings, and Connections classes as well as general over site of the kitchen.
Clara Yoder: Member Care. Assists in overseeing and mobilizing members to help meet the urgent, physical needs of one another.
David Egolf: Missions. Assists elders in the relational and administrative duties associated with TBC's supported missionaries.
Duane Anderson: Single-Minded. Plans and schedules events aimed at discipling singles 35+.
Paige Sherid: Women’s Bible Studies. Plans and schedules events aimed at discipling TBC women.
Julie Darus: Nursery. Coordinates care for the nursery.
Renee Schneider: Preschool. Coordinates care for preschool-aged children.
Nancy Goodwin: Communion. Prepares the elements for communion.
Dru-Lynn Gentle: Kids' Club. Plans and schedules events for children.