Our Editors

Matt McKethan

Matt McKethan is a Conservative Christ Follower who has a passion for defending Christianity and the bible. He believes scripture is the inspired, infallible, inherent and the authoritative word of God. Currently, completing his Master of Divinity with a specialization in Ethics and Philosophy, Matt also works full-time in medical ministry. Over the last several years, he has served as a Chaplain within Hospice, Trauma, Cardiac, Oncology, and the Intensive Care Unit. Furthermore, he has experience working with college and men’s ministry in church.

Jonathon Hallett

Jonathon Hallett is originally from upstate New York and now resides in Beulah, ND. He earned his Bachelors of Theology while in NY, then moved to TX and earned his Master of Theology degree. In 2014 he and his wife Tyrena moved to ND to begin serving the at Grace Evangelical Free Church. In his free time he loves to be with his wife, write books, play basketball, lift weights, and loves good music. His passion is to see unbelievers come to an understanding of their need of Christ & believers embrace a more biblical worldview. His favorite Bible verse is Galatians 6:14, “But far be it from me except to boast in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, by which the world has been crucified to me, and I to the world.”

Stephen Agnew

Stephen is a servant of Christ who believes in the infallibility of Scripture, both Old Testament and New Testament—holding to the truth that man’s mind and his ways are far beneath the Lord’s mind and ways. Stephen earned his undergraduate degree in graphic design from UT Arlington, and then went on to earn his Master of Business Administration and his Master of Science in Human Resource Management from UT Arlington as well. An artist at heart, Stephen is an avid photographer and storm chaser where he photographs the power of the Lord's creation. Currently serving as a Publishing Specialist with a Christian ministry, Stephen designs Bibles on the computer and sends them out to be printed and given to communities and villages in need across the world.

Amber Elkins