Meet Our Elders

David Bills

Carrie and I are native Idahoans and have 3 grown children and 11 grandchildren.  We have been a part of Lakeview Bible Church since 2008.
I have been involved in real estate, construction and development having the privilege of assisting or overseeing several church and parachurch facilities, including LBC.  I enjoy leading Sunday School classes, home groups, men’s prayer times, men’s retreats, and have served as an elder at Lakeview in previous years. Carrie has been a part of women’s ministries and leading women in Bible studies.  We look forward to being a part of what God is doing and joining Him as we seek to do His will here at Lakeview.  
-David Bills 

Scott Jarrow

My wife Leslie and I retired and moved to Idaho from the Washington DC area in 2018. We have lived more than half our married life overseas in the Far East and in Europe, where I worked first in the military and later as a defense contractor. Prior to moving to the Washington DC area, we spent 14 years in Germany, where we were heavily involved with Protestant Chapel on military posts. We have two married adult children and two grandchildren.
At Lakeview Bible Church, Leslie is involved with the Women’s Ministry and leading Ladies Life Group. I have been involved with Servant Hands and leading Men’s Life Group for the last couple of years.
We desire to grow where God has planted us and to serve Him at LBC in the coming years (Eph 4:12)!
– Scott Jarrow

Mike Miller

My wife and I are both Idaho born and raised. We were high school sweethearts and have been married for 26 years. God has blessed us with 3 beautiful children, our oldest of whom is married and has given us our first grandchild. Our second oldest is engaged and we are excited to see what God has planned for his life. Our youngest is in 7th grade at Nampa Christian Middle School.
I have been part of Lakeview Bible Church my entire life. My dad has served on the elder board previously and I consider it an honor to serve the Lord while following in his footsteps. My hearts desire is to follow Gods plan for my life and to be a Godly example to my family and those around me. I look forward to serving together at Lakeview and seeing what God has planned for the future of our church.
– Mike Miller

Jeff Good

I was born in Nampa Idaho in 1961. I have lived, and went to school in Kuna, Melba and Grandview. Later moving to Murphy where we currently live and farm.
I went to a church college in Hesston Kansas, where Vivian and I met. We were married in 1982. We have three children, Jake, Katie and Micah, and eight grandchildren.
As a young boy I accepted Jesus, was baptized and became a church member. Because of this history, I have had the privilege to serve in various positions including usher, Sunday school teacher, trustee and currently as elder.
– Jeff Good

Dave Bashore

I have been married to my wife, Dawn for over 41 yrs. We have 7 Children, 5 which are adopted, and 3 grand children, all who have accepted Jesus as their Savior.
I currently serve in the Youth Ministry and assist Scott Jarrow in leading small groups.
We have been worshipping at Lakeview as a family for about 3 1/2 yrs.
– Dave Bashore

Jeremy Hayek

My wife Tricia and I have been married for 26 years and we have 10 children
and 2 Grandchildren. We love serving God and people and have spent our
life in volunteer and full-time ministry. 
– Jeremy Hayek

Scott F. Guinn

I was born on January 7, 1964, in Tacoma, Washington, the 7th and last child in a mixed family. I attended Tacoma Baptist School, where I accepted Christ in kindergarten at a chapel service where a Gospel magician and ventriloquist was the guest speaker. At age 7, I was baptized. I felt called to be a pastor when I was 8, and this was reaffirmed at church camp when I was 14. I ministered in various capacities as a volunteer for many years, including as a youth minister, worship leader, college group leader, Sunday school and AWANA, etc. I moved to Idaho in 1989 and married Kristi (who was raised in Star) on September 7, 1991. In 2005 I was asked to be the part-time lead pastor at Christian Life Fellowship Boise (where we had been attending for 11 years), and in 2010 I was moved to full-time.
Kristi and I had been unable to conceive or adopt, and we assumed God’s plan was for us to be childless. But then, in June of 2011 (nearly 20 years into our marriage), I received an email regarding a young local woman who had gone to get an abortion but was turned away because she was too far along under Idaho law. She was looking for someone who would be willing to adopt her soon-to-be-born son. Kristi and I were thrilled to offer to be the child’s parents. Our son, Josiah Scott Guinn, was born on October 12, 2011, at West Valley Medical Center in Caldwell. The hospital gave us a room just down the hall from the birthmother. Josiah spent his first night in our room and we took him home the next day. The adoption was finalized on December 15, 2011.
I love God, God’s Word, and God’s people, and I am excited about ministering to His flock at Lakeview.
-Pastor Scott

Dustin Yonkovich


My family and I moved to Idaho from Texas in the fall of 2017. We have fallen in love with Idaho and Idahoans. It is a great joy to serve here at Lakeview. I graduated with a Master’s degree in ministry from Dallas Theological Seminary and have been involved in children’s ministry since 2005. I have been married to my beautiful bride, Jala, for over fifteen years. We have two children, Aiden and McKenna. Jala, and I both have a passion to see children grow in their relationship with the Lord and have served together in ministry since before we were married.

My heart is to see kids reached with the Gospel, grow in their faith, and to minister to parents in raising their children. To this end, we reach out to our schools with after school clubs, providing for the physical needs of families, and doing several events that reach out to children and families. Similarly, in the church, I seek to provide a dynamic, Bible based children’s ministry where kids and families are excited to come.

Outside of ministry, I love the outdoors. I enjoy hiking, backpacking, and camping with my family. When I’m not toasting a marshmallow around a camp fire, you can usually find me in my garden.
– Pastor Dustin