Nate Hagen and his family originated from southern Illinois. His previous 13 year ministry was in Jasper County, Illinois. Nate is a 1997 graduate of St. Louis Christian College where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Preaching Ministry. He has been in the Ministry over 25 years. His wife Vicky has a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology with a minor in Special Education and has been a teacher for over 12 years. They have been married since July 20, 2001. They have three sons Patrick (22), Brandt (15) and Jarrett (14). Nate’s family has a family verse that they try to live which is Colossians 3:17,23 17 And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.23 Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters,
Nate enjoys Hunting, fishing, Biking, and just being in the great outdoors. His favorite author is Max Lucado.
Nate’s goal is to fulfill the great commission by seeking the lost and at the same time providing Encouragement to the body of believers.
Evan is a student at Liberty University. He is projected to graduate in December of 2021 with a Master of Divinity in Military Chaplaincy. He received his Bachelor's Degree from Manhattan Christian College in May 2017 in Biblical Leadership. Evan was born in Buffalo, Minnesota and moved to Waterville, Kansas in 1997 when he was six years old and lived there until he went to college in 2010. Evan is the youngest of six kids. He became a Christian when he was in High School at the age of 17. Evan joined the military when he was 17 and has served for 13 years in the Army National Guard. He has been deployed twice to the Middle East with the 2-130th FA out of Marysville, Kansas and 1-116th out of Newton, Kansas. Evan currently serves as a Chaplain Candidate in the Kansas Army National Guard.
Evan enjoys coffee, fishing, working with his hands, and bowling. His favorite author is David Platt.
Evan's goal is to reach the youth with the love of Christ by remembering 'we love, because He first loved us' (1 John 4:19).