Our Staff



Mitch Chase


In August of 2012, Kosmosdale Baptist Church called Mitch to be our senior pastor. Prior to coming to Kosmosdale, Mitch pastored a church in Texas for several years. He holds degrees from Houston Baptist University (B.A.), Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div., Th.M.), and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Ph.D., Biblical Studies). Mitch is the author of two books–The Gospel is for Christians (2010) and Behold Our Sovereign God (2012), and provides the commentary on Daniel for the ESV Expository Commentary, vol. 7 (2018).

Mitch and his wife, Stacie, were married in 2005. They have four children–Jensen, Logan, Owen, and Grayson.

You can read his blog, Soli Deo Gloria.

Mike Senior


Mike Senior joined Kosmosdale in 1973. He has served our church in a variety of roles, including Sunday School teacher, deacon, song leader, and elder. Mike is actively involved in lay care and visitation activities at our church. He is passionate about seeing the gospel preached, sinners converted, and believers grounded in the truths of God’s Word.

Mike serves Christ alongside his wife Joyce. Mike and Joyce have three grown children.

Daniel Scheiderer


Daniel came to Kosmosdale from San Antonio (though he grew up in Tucson) to continue his education at Boyce College and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He served in the U.S. Army as an Infantryman for nearly six years (with a short stint as a Chaplain’s Assistant), being deployed twice to Afghanistan. While both deployments were cut short by combat wounds, he gained valuable experience in these roles. He holds degrees from Boyce College (B.A.) and Southern (M.Div.), and he is currently working toward a Ph.D. in Systematic Theology while serving the saints at Kosmosdale.

Daniel married Patsy shortly after high school in 2007. They have four small children–Analise (Ana), Malia (Mimi), Daniel Jr. (Danny), and John.

He blogs sporadically at Reformed. Southern Baptist. Growing.


Caleb Dye and Chris Tellis faithfully serve as deacons among the people of Kosmosdale.