Bible Baptist Church

Show Love | Share Christ

Guest Information

Our Wednesday service on the 26th has been moved to a Thanksgiving service on Tuesday the 25th.
Our Wednesday service on December 24th has been moved to a Christmas service on Tuesday the 23th.

Sunday School

Sunday – 9:45 AM

Morning Worship

Sunday – 11:00 AM


Sunday – 5:00 PM

Evening Worship

Sunday – 6:00 PM

Small Groups

Wednesday – 7:00 PM



About us

Whether you have been around church your entire life or this is your first time checking out a church in Everett, Bible Baptist Church has something for you. Bible Baptist Church has been a part of the Everett community for over 45 years. Countless people and families have been impacted by the ministry. We are a loving church family excited about what God is doing. Our hope is that you will take the next step and visit us at one of our services.

What can I expect on my first visit? 
When you come to Bible Baptist Church you will quickly find a warm, friendly group of people committed to making church exciting, life-changing, and enjoyable. There are services for the whole family that include wonderful singing, a time of biblical teaching, and an opportunity to make a decision to follow Jesus Christ.

Loving nursery care and interpretation for the Deaf H/H is available at each service. Translation earphones are also available for Spanish and Russian.

Church Leadership Team

Erik Sanders


Sam Green

Youth Pastor

Jeff Sebers

Assistant to the Pastor

Bobby Gall

Children's Director

Keith Birdsong

Music Director

John Baron

Head Deacon

Mark Berry


Don Carroll


Jeff Crockett


Milton Vicente


Les Krestel


Contact Us

Looking for further information?
Contact us!

Bible Baptist Church is located in Everett, Washington. You can’t miss our church at 805 West Casino Road. As you approach the main building, one of our greeters will meet you and direct you to the right classes and services. They can also answer other questions you may have.

Address: 805 W. Casino Rd

Everett, Washington 98204


Phone: (425) 353-6200


Living Enlarged

Ps 25:17 The troubles of my heart are enlarged: O bring thou me out of my distresses.

Enlarged troubles! Here the psalmist was going through an especially trying time and desperately needed God’s direction and deliverance. Why does God permit “enlarged troubles”? We would naturally think that our Father in heaven wants his children to be comfortable and free from affliction. But that is not the case. God never promises to make us comfortable, but he has promised to make us conformable. Our Father’s purpose is that we might be conformed to the image of His Son. (Rom 8:29) In order to conform us, He must permit us to suffer. Even Christ exemplified obedience through suffering.

“Enlarged troubles” are but the beginning. There is a second step in this process “Thou hast enlarged me when I was in distress.” (Ps. 4:1) Enlarged troubles can produce enlarged Christians! I said “can” not “will”. We can go through a trial and complain and moan, while God iswanting to do a work in the refining fire of a trial. When we trust God through enlarged trial we become enlarged saints.

How we respond to the difficulties of life helps to determine how long or Father will permit them to continue. I heard it said when our Father permits us to go into the furnace of affliction; he keeps his eye on the clock and his hand on the thermostat. God knows how much we can take and how long we can take it.

What the next step? We see that enlarged troubles lead to enlarged people, and then God takes them to enlarged places. (Ps 18:19 He brought me forth also into a large place; he delivered me, because he delighted in me.) When we allow trials to grow and build our walk with the Lord, He takes us to places we never thought possible.

There is simply no way around this Bible principle. If you want to take to see enlarged places, then you must become an enlarged person; and this is done only when we trust in the Lord in enlarged trials.

God has many “enlarged places” that He wants to share with you, but He is looking for enlarged saints…will you be one of them?

- Pastor Sanders

The Value of a Note

Every note you sing has a certain amount of value. It’s much like speaking words. Some choose to speak many words, while some choose to speak fewer. Some speak of necessity, others of habit, but one truth applies to all speakers of words: every word spoken is given a value by God, by the speaker, and by the listener. How valuable is a word fitly spoken (Prov. 25:1), and how valuable is a note fitly sung!

When we sing we couple music with lyrics. The lyrics are the message of the song, the important part. But the music is like an insinuation. In fact, music is the most powerful insinuation the world has ever known in my opinion. If I were to say to my son, “Son, eat your carrots” with a smile on my face, I’ve insinuated to him that he needs to eat his carrots, but that he hasn’t done anything wrong. However, if he refuses to obey I would say the very same thing, “Son, eat your carrots”. This time there would be a serious look on my face and a stern tone in my voice. I’ve given the same words, but I’ve communicated a different message. Music insinuates, therefore the message of a song could be strengthened, diluted, or even changed by the way the notes are sung. In a few words, the value we give to the lyrics are often dictated by the value the singer gives the notes that are paired with the lyrics.

The secular world gives great value to their words and to their music. Asaph complained about this in Psalm 73:8 when he recognized that the wicked “…speak loftily.” In other words, they speak as if their words are of great value. Should not those who have valuable words ascribe value to those words?

What does it look like to give value to the notes/words in a song? It’s singing with the spirit and with the understanding also (1 Cor. 14:15b). We must sing with an understanding of the message of the song. We must sing with the spirit. Notice the “s” is lower case. “spirit” means life. We must sing with life, with passion, with sincerity and meaning.

For most listener/observers of our singing, their perception is their reality. When we sing a song about God’s grace and give no value to the notes and words we diminish the message. In essence the valuable message of the song is cheapened. What a waste! What an outrage to diminish valuable doctrine with half-hearted singing!