Everett Tustin elected superintendent of Washington Pacific District

Everett Tustin elected superintendent of Washington Pacific District

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Nazarene News Staff
| 18 Apr 2024
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Everett Tustin

Everett Tustin was elected superintendent of the Washington Pacific District on 15 April 2024. Tustin currently serves as pastor of Kent Hillside Church of the Nazarene.

“Christ has been incredibly faithful to give guidance and help in every place he has taken our family throughout our years of ministry," Tustin said. "He always leads us to people of peace and places of peace. We are humbled and thankful for this opportunity to serve the Washington Pacific district. We are hungry to see Jesus move in a tangible way through our churches.”

Tustin’s new assignment will be effective 15 May 2024. He replaces Randall Craker, who has served as interim superintendent since the death of Jerry Kester in October 2023.

Tustin received a Bachelor's from Northwest Nazarene College (now University) in 1984. He served as a minister at Enumclaw Church of the Nazarene (1986-1987), Issaquah Church of the Nazarene (1987-1988), Oak Harbor Church of the Nazarene (1988-1991), and Spokane First Church of the Nazarene (1991-1994), all in Washington state. He became pastor of Mountain Home Church of the Nazarene in Idaho in 1994 and served there until 1998.
In 1998, Everett and his wife, Rhonda, answered a call to missions, serving as missionaries in Kenya, Italy, Poland, and Bulgaria until 2012. In March of 2012, they returned to the Pacific Northwest to pastor at Kent Hillside, where they have served since.
Everett and Rhonda have two children and currently reside in Kent, Washington.

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