Shane Hatfield (Coweta H.S.; B.S. Oklahoma State University; M.A.E. Northeastern State University; M.A.R. Reformed Theological Seminary) is a lifelong Okie who has spent the last fifteen years as an educator, including five years as a public school teacher and ten years as a pastor. He’s married to Shari and has three children: Tucker (’08), Emmarie (’11), and Frances (’14). Shane enjoys exercising, reading, watching sports, coaching sports, and spending time with friends and family.
Steve Harden (Ponca City HS.; A.S. Oklahoma State University; BS Oklahoma Wesleyan University; MA Tyndale Theological Seminary) Steve has been a farmer, entrepreneur, pastor, and church planter. He is married to Shelley and has 5 married children and 7 grandchildren. He enjoys spending time with his kids, gardening, everything Old West, and doing anything, or nothing, with his wife.
Charlie Ireland was born and raised in Tulsa and has attended Grace & Peace since its start as Ethos Presbyterian Church. He comes from a family of artists and musicians. He has played guitar in many different bands since the age of 14 and has toured the midwest as a drummer. He is the proud owner of Backshack recording studio here in Tulsa, OK where he records, mixes, and produces all types of music. He enjoys spending time relaxing with his wife, Julie, and their sons, Crosby and Gibson, kicking back with a good beer and listening to metal.
Julie Ireland considers herself an OG Ethos member. She’s from Broken Arrow, now living in Tulsa with her loves: her husband, Charlie, and sons, Crosby and Gibson. Julie enjoys documentaries, true crime, softball, hoppy beers, sitting crooked and talking straight.
Amy Lashar was born in Ponca City, but moved to Tulsa with her family in high school. She is a graduate of Oklahoma Baptist University with a degree in Early Childhood Education. She lives in Oklahoma City with her husband, Evan, and their german shepherd puppy, Argos. Her day job is teaching Early Headstart at Educare through Sunbeam Family Services. Amy loves books, coffee, babies, crafting, writing, and baking.
Madison is originally from Minnesota, but she moved to Tulsa after graduating from Oklahoma State (go pokes!) At OSU, she was heavily involved in Reformed University Fellowship (RUF); this ministry blessed her with excellent community and faithful counsel. She is now a physical therapy student at OUHSC. Madison loves coffee dates, celebrating small things, and all types of dance.