Megan Evans

Megan was born and raised in Southwest Virginia. She moved to the New River Valley in 2003 when she entered Radford University as a freshman. She completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology in 2007 and just recently joined our staff team as our Administrative Assistant. Megan has been a member of Northstar since November 2014 and is extremely thankful to be part of such a close knit church family. She enjoys biking, hiking, napping, reading and playing with her dog, Winston. Megan’s husband John works at VPT, Inc in Blacksburg Virginia as a Senior Design Engineer. John and Megan have both been very blessed by the Lord and are eternally grateful for the grace and mercy offered through our savior, Jesus Christ.

Megan is the Office on the staff at Northstar. Visit our leadership page to get to know the rest of the team.

Posts by Megan Evans

What Could Possibly Be THAT Valuable?

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“The kingdom of heaven is like a treasure hidden in a field. When a man found it, he hid it again, and then in his joy went and sold all he had and bought that field.” –Matthew 13.44 ESV This past Sunday, we wrapped up a four week teaching series on stewardship by walking through the parable of the hidden …

Unity Takes a Wholehearted Effort

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“I, therefore, as a prisoner of the Lord, urge you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling to which you have been called, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another in love, eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.” — Ephesians 4:1-3 As I sat at the kitchen …

To Whom Will We Go?

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This past Sunday, Jeff kicked off a new sermon series titled BE’N’GO. The high point of this week’s message was the importance of knowing who Jesus is before we attempt to serve Him. As we read through John 6:60-71, we saw Jesus’ followers walk away from Him. I know that, as I listened to the message, I was quick to judge …

Butterflies and Rainbows

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As our church family prepares to vote on borrowing money for our building project this coming Sunday, my heart is filled with hope. Sure, there are butterflies in my stomach because, let’s face it, we are talking about 4.7 million dollars. That’s A LOT of money, y’all. As I think about this journey our church has been on, my mind wanders …