Rev. Bonita Chase Darby is a native New Yorker and currently resides in Woodbridge, VA. She attends old bridge united methodist church where rev. Burton Robinson is the senior pastor.
Rev. Chase Darby has a strong desire to bring the word of god to senior saints who are in long-term care facilities and leads worship every Sunday at tribute assisted living/memory care facility in Woodbridge, VA, and sings hymns and ministers at harbor chase assisted living/memory care facility in Dale City, VA on Thursday afternoons. She also leads a national women’s bible study on Tuesday evenings via teleconference.
She is a published author and her book, “daughter, your faith has healed you,” which tells the story of her escape from the wilderness experience of domestic violence into the promised land of ministry, has been used as a teaching/healing tool in various domestic violence safehouses. She facilitates seminars to empower women and teens who are, or have been in unhealthy relationships. She is currently in the process of writing her next book, “when I’m on my knees,” which tells how her faith and the power of prayer gave her the strength to not give up. Her message to all survivors is “you are a victor; not a victim.”
Rev. Chase Darby has two favorite scriptures: “I will bless the lord at all times; his praise shall continually be in my mouth.” (psalm 34:1) and “for the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of god.” (1 corinthians 1:18)
She is married to john, mother to rev. Dr. Regina C. Groff (married to former colorado state president, senator peter c. Groff) and the proud grandmother of Malachi & Moriah.